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  • Newport Research Facility, Annual Report, No.50, 2005

    The Salmon Research Agency merged with the national Marine Institute on the 1st July 1999. The staff of the Agency were absorbed into the Aquaculture and Catchment Management Services group of the Institute and the research facilities at Furnace have undergone a programme of upgrading and improvement. The core monitoring work of the Agency will continue but its unique experimental facilities, both in relation to aquaculture and wild fisheries, will be fully utilised within the context of t...

    Mackerel Egg Survey, March 5th – 29th, 2010

    O'Hea, B. (2010)
    Every three years the International Council for the Exploration of the Sea (ICES) coordinates a series of mackerel and horse mackerel egg surveys covering the eastern Atlantic from Gibraltar to the north coast of Scotland between January and July. The aim of this survey programme is to assess the northeastern Atlantic mackerel and horse mackerel stock. The Marine Institute participates in this programme and covers stations in the Celtic Sea. Plankton samples were collected at 105 stations, an...

    Assuring Seafood Safety: Contaminants and Residues in Irish Seafood 2004-2008

    This report provides an overview on the occurrence of environmental contaminants, such as metals and persistent organic pollutants (POPs), and veterinary residues in Irish seafood. Compliance of seafood (shellfish, crustaceans, wild and farmed finfish) with relevant EC Regulatory Limits for contaminants is examined and an overview of conformance of the aquaculture sector with the requirements of the EC Residues Directive (Dir 96/23/EC) is presented for 2004 - 2008. The contribution of seafood...

    Mariculture in Ireland. Policies and Problems.

    Mariculture in Ireland up to 1974 was restricted to the flat oyster (Ostrea edulis) and mussel (Mytilus edulis) but since that year rearing of the Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) in the sea and of some other species has been undertaken on an experimental basis. Because the fisheries in tidal waters and in the sea are, with some exceptions, vested in the public, legal difficulties can arise in many areas. Some of these legal difficulties in the case of the flat oyster, mussel, cockle (Cardium ed...

    Spatial patterns in the retained catch composition of Irish demersal otter trawlers: high-resolution fisheries data as a management tool

    High-resolution fisheries data from integrated logbook and Vessel Monitoring Systems (VMS) records have revealed a detailed spatial structure in the species composition of the retained catches of the Irish demersal otter trawl fleets. Hierarchical cluster analysis was used to define 8 clusters with relatively homogenous species compositions. These clusters formed 34 distinct spatial regions in the waters around Ireland. Identification of these regions can be useful for a number...
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