Tagged with sea trout

Irish Examiner, Tuesday 10 Jan 2017: Fish farms indicted on sea trout – Debate is over

http://www.irishexaminer.com/viewpoints/ourview/fish-farms-indicted-on-sea-trout–debate-is-over-438374.html?utm_source=link&utm_medium=click&utm_campaign=nextandprev A GOVERNMENT scientific agency, Inland Fisheries Ireland, has just published the result of 25 years of research involving more than 20,000 sea trout taken from 94 river systems in Ireland or Scotland at varying distances from salmon farms. The research is objective and utterly credible. It once and for all confirms that salmon farms … Continue reading

Irish Examiner, Tuesday 10 JAn 2017: Today’s Stories Sea lice levels are higher near salmon farms

There have been calls for the Department of Agriculture to boost its monitoring of fish farms after new research showed sea trout carry significantly higher levels of sea lice infestation when closer to marine salmon farms.   For full article see http://www.irishexaminer.com/ireland/sea-lice-levels-are-higher-near-salmon-farms-438383.html   Inland Fisheries Ireland said it hoped any future applications for fish farms … Continue reading

New Research: Aquaculture and environmental drivers of salmon lice infestation and body condition in sea trout

By: Samuel Shephard1, Craig MacIntyre2, Patrick Gargan1,* 1Inland Fisheries Ireland, 3044 Lake Drive, CityWest Business Campus, Dublin 24 Y265, Ireland 2Argyll Fisheries Trust, Cherry Park, Inveraray PA32 8XE, UK ABSTRACT: Infestation of sea trout Salmo trutta L. by salmon lice Lepeophtheirus salmonis is associated with increased mortality risk and possible sub-lethal effects. Separating anthropogenic causes … Continue reading

Salmon and Trout Conservation UK, 5 Oct 2015: Wild salmon populations have fallen below ‘safe’ conservation limits in all rivers in the Scottish west Highland salmon-farming zone

 THE Salmon and Trout Conservation Scotland (S&TCS) has today called upon the Scottish Government to halt any further expansion of the salmon farming industry, following new analysis showing the very poor status of salmon stocks in the West Highlands. Marine Scotland’s newly published classification puts all the rivers in the West Highlands and Inner Hebrides, … Continue reading

Inland Fisheries Ireland, 10 Sept 2015: Salmon farms can have a significant impact on wild salmon and sea trout stocks

Inland Fisheries Ireland, 10 Sept 2015: Salmon farms can have a significant impact on wild salmon and sea trout stocks

A definitive scientific paper, reviewing over 300 scientific publications, has just been published in the prestigious journal Aquaculture Environment Interactions on the effects of sea lice on sea trout stocks. A team of top international scientists from Norway, Scotland and Ireland reviewed all available published studies on the effects of sea lice and have concluded … Continue reading

Inland Fisheries Ireland Press Release, 18 Sept 2014: Salmon Farms can have Significant Impact on Wild Salmon and Sea Trout Stocks

Inland Fisheries Ireland Press Release, 18 Sept 2014: Salmon Farms can have Significant Impact on Wild Salmon and Sea Trout Stocks

Thursday, 18th September 2014 Salmon Farms can have Significant Impact on Wild Salmon and Sea Trout Stocks The Chairman and Board of Inland Fisheries Ireland (IFI) have today (18.09.14) welcomed a definitive review of over 300 scientific publications, which has just been published, on the effects sea lice can have on sea trout stocks. A … Continue reading

New research paper links infestations of sea lice on salmon farms to increasing sea lice burden on sea trout

New research paper links infestations of sea lice on salmon farms to increasing sea lice burden on sea trout

Relationship between sea lice levels on sea trout and fish farm activity in western Scotland S.J. Middlemas, R.J. Fryer, D. Tulett, J.D. Armstrong Fisheries Management and Ecology: Volume 20, Issue 1, pages 68–74, February 2013 Abstract The relationship between aquaculture and infestations of sea lice on sea trout, Salmo trutta L., is controversial. Here, the … Continue reading