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While the UK is the fourth largest aquaculture producer in Europe by volume, it is the second largest by value with an annual first sale value of around £1 billion. Over 90% of this value is from Atlantic salmon farmed in Scotland, but other finfish and shellfish aquaculture species are important...

Author(s)
Regan, T.; Bean, T. P.; Ellis, T.; Davie, A.; Carboni, S.; Migaud, H.; Houston, R. D.
Publisher
Wiley, Melbourne, Australia
Citation
Reviews in Aquaculture, 2021, 13, 4, pp 1958-1985
Abstract

The periodic occurrence of Paralytic Shellfish Poisoning (PSP) toxins in UK surf clams and the recent move away from biological assays for PSP testing resulted in the need to determine method performance characteristics for the replacement analytical method in this species. With the requirement for ...

Author(s)
Turner, A. D.; Lewis, A. M.; O'Neil, A.; Hatfield, R. G.
Publisher
Elsevier Ltd, Oxford, UK
Citation
Toxicon, 2013, 65, pp 41-58
Abstract

The Irish Sea and surrounding regions are a rich source of shellfish production as a result of captive fishing and aquaculture. Key species produced include lobsters (Homarus gammarus), edible crabs (Cancer pagurus), langoustines (Nephrops norvegicus), flat oysters (Ostrea edulis), cockles (...

Author(s)
Rowley, A. F.; Cross, M. E.; Culloty, S. C.; Lynch, S. A.; Mackenzie, C. L.; Morgan, E.; O'Riordan, R. M.; Robins, P. E.; Smith, A. L.; Thrupp, T. J.; Vogan, C. L.; Wootton, E. C.; Malham, S. K.
Publisher
Oxford University Press, Oxford, UK
Citation
ICES Journal of Marine Science, 2014, 71, 4, pp 741-759
Abstract

This issue contains topics on improved practices in life cycle assessment (LCA) of seafood and other aquatic products; implications of high animal by-product feed inputs in life cycle assessments of farmed Atlantic salmon; life cycle assessment of aquafeed ingredients; mapping the impacts of farmed ...

Author(s)
Vázquez-Rowe, I.; Ziegler, F.; Avadí, A.; Henriksson, P.
Publisher
Springer Berlin, Heidelberg, Germany
Citation
International Journal of Life Cycle Assessment, 2018, 23, 5, pp 979-1162
Abstract

Filter-feeding molluscan shellfish (oysters, mussels, clams, and so forth) are grown in areas classified for sanitary quality under EU Regulation 854/2004 on the basis of Escherichia coli monitoring. Rationalizing monitoring programs through use of a single-indicator shellfish species, rather than...

Author(s)
Younger, A. D.; Reese, R. A.
Publisher
National Shellfisheries Association, Southampton, USA
Citation
Journal of Shellfish Research, 2013, 32, 2, pp 527-532
Abstract

The United Kingdom's first large-scale, offshore, long-line mussel farm deployed its first ropes in 2013 in Lyme Bay, southwest United Kingdom, located in an area of seabed that was heavily degraded due to historic bottom-towed fishing. It was hypothesised that due to the artificial structures that ...

Author(s)
Bridger, D.; Attrill, M. J.; Davies, B. F. R.; Holmes, L. A.; Cartwright, A.; Rees, S. E.; Cabre, L. M.; Sheehan, E. V.
Publisher
Wiley, Oxford, UK
Citation
Aquaculture, Fish and Fisheries, 2022, 2, 6, pp 437-449
Abstract

White spot syndrome virus (WSSV) is the most important pathogen known to affect the sustainability and growth of the global penaeid shrimp farming industry. Although most commonly associated with penaeid shrimp farmed in warm waters, WSSV is also able to infect, cause disease in and kill a wide...

Author(s)
Bateman, K. S.; Munro, J.; Uglow, B.; Small, H. J.; Stentiford, G. D.
Publisher
Inter-Research Science Center, Oldendorf, Germany
Citation
Diseases of Aquatic Organisms, 2012, 100, 2, pp 169-184
Abstract

This issue contains conference proceedings on predicting sediment assimilative capacity of organic wastes at marine fish farms; species composition and diversity of the genus Saprolegnia in finfish aquaculture systems; the use of GIS tools to aid in the understanding of the marine environment...

Publisher
Aquaculture Association of Canada, St. Andrews, Canada
Citation
Bulletin of the Aquaculture Association of Canada, 2016, 2016-2, pp iii-ix + 1-80
Abstract

There is increasing interest in the aquaculture of high-value shellfish species such as European lobster Homarus gammarus. Recent years have seen the development of extractive rearing equipment requiring no additional feed input, including novel sea-based container culture (SBCC) systems designed...

Author(s)
Clarke, L. J.; Griffin, R. A.; Domoney, E.; Smith, H. C. M.; Tilsley, L. J.; Ellis, C.; Theobald, E.; Slater, M.; Scolding, J.; Cuthbertson, S.; Jones, R. E.; Johanning, L.; Daniels, C. L.
Publisher
Inter-Research Science Center, Oldendorf, Germany
Citation
Aquaculture Environment Interactions, 2023, 15, 215-230, pp 215-230
Abstract

There are six main species of shellfish of commercial importance within the UK (mussels, flat oysters, cockles, king scallops, Manila clams and lobsters) which can be thought of as ranched to varying degrees. A seventh (Pacific oysters) can be included, since a very small proportion of the...

Author(s)
Burton, C. A.; MacMillan, J. T.; Learmouth, M. M.
Publisher
Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, Netherlands
Citation
Hydrobiologia, 2001, 465, pp 1-5

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