MGSA Science & Research Working Group - Aquaculture Science & Research Strategy

MGSA S&RWG was tasked to produce a comprehensive research strategy prioritised on respective contribution to informing the sustainable growth of the Scottish aquaculture industry and potential impacts of the 2020 sustainable production targets as detailed

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4 Grøntvedt, R.N.. New technologies to control sea lice. Sea_Lice.pdf&ei=Abb0UoH8GbLT7AblyYGgCQ&usg=AFQjCNH9bosPbbH5Kl594p7af_lYnLpxMA&sig2=BunAxLMFbbOR6LwLKI2fSw&bvm=bv.60799247,d.ZGU.

5 Maroni, K.. FHF-Lakselus (in Norwegian). no%2Fmedia%2F21827%2F8maroni_-_oversikt_lakselusforskning.pdf&ei=L7v0UszHJq6d7gbVx4DYBg&usg=AFQjCNFrsgrgKqkWetDSquys12XFlF2SOQ&sig2= zkrCE98URCRPjlUJggBTIg&bvm=bv.60799247,d.ZGU&cad=rja.

6 The Norwegian Seafood Research Fund.



9 SARF (2010). A Report Presenting Proposals for a Scottish Technical Standard for Containment at Marine and Freshwater Finfish Farms, SARF073, ISBN: 978-1-907266-45-4.

10 James, M.A. and Davies, P.A. (2010). Report of the Proceedings of the National Telford Institute ( NTI) & Scottish Aquaculture Research Forum ( SARF)
Aquaculture Orientation Workshop, 24-25 February 2010, Edinburgh. ISBN: 978-1-907266-02-7 SAIC (2013).

11 Ehlers, C.J., Young, A.G. and Chen, W. (2004). Technology assessment of deepwater anchors. Proc. Offshore Technology Conference, Houston, Texas, OTC 16840.

12 Accessed on 05/02/14.

13 Accessed on 05/02/14.

14 McFarlane (Olokun Ltd) Review (2013). Aquaculture - an analysis of industry needs, commissioned by Scottish Enterprise.

15 Aubeny, C.P., Murff, J.D. and Roesset, J.M. (2001). Geotechnical issues in deep and ultra deep waters. International Journal of Geomechanics, Vol. 1, No. 2, 225-247.




19 SARF071: Preliminary tests of the behavioural responses of seals to electric fields in seawater. Sea Mammal Research Unit, University of St Andrews.

20 Burger, C.V. et al (2012). Non-lethal electric guidance barriers for fish and marine mammal deterrence: A review for hydropower and other applications.

21 Patursson, O., Swift, M.R., Tsukrov, I., Simonsen, K., Baldwin, K., Fredriksson, D.W. and Celikkol, B. (2010). Investigation of flow characteristics through and around a net panel using measurements and computational fluid dynamics. Ocean Eng. 37: 314-324.

22 Stevens, C., Plew, D., Smith, M.R. and Fredriksson, D.W. (2007). Hydrodynamic forcing of long-line mussel farms. J. of Waterway, Port, Coastal and Ocean Eng.133: No. 3, 192-199.

23 Fredriksson, D.W., DeCew, J.C., Tsukrov, I., Swift, M.R. and Irish, J.D. (2007). Development of large fish farm numerical modeling techniques with in-situ mooring tension comparisons. Aquacult. Eng.36: 137-148.

24 Fredriksson, D.W., DeCew, J.C. and Tsukrov, I. (2007). Development of structural modeling techniques for evaluating HDPE plastic net pens used in marine aquaculture. Ocean Eng.34: 2124-2137.


26 James, M.A. and Slaski, R. (2006). Appraisal of the opportunity for offshore aquaculture in UK waters. Report of Project FC0934, commissioned by DEFRA and Seafish from FRM Ltd, 119pp.

27 Lader, P., Jensen, A., Sveen, J.K., Fredheim, A., Enerhaug, B. and Fredriksson, D. (2007). Experimental investigation of wave forces on net structures. App. Ocean Res. 29: 112-127.

28 Cromey, C.J., Nickell, T.D. and Black, K.D. (2002). DEPOMOD - modelling the deposition and biological effects of waste solids from marine cage farms. Aquaculture, 214: 211-239.




32 Syvret, M., FitzGerald, A., Wilson, J., Ashley, M. and Ellis Jones, C., (2013). Aquaculture in Welsh Offshore Wind Farms: A feasibility study into potential cultivation in offshore wind farm sites. Report for the Shellfish Association of Great Britain, 250p. Accessed on 06/02/14.

33 MMO (2013). Potential for co-location of activities in marine plan areas. A report produced for the Marine Management Organisation, 98pp MMO Project No: 1010. ISBN: 978-1-909452-08-4. Accessed on 06/02/14.

34 European Union (2013). The Ocean Of Tomorrow Projects 2010-2012. EU Publications Office, doi: 10.2777/22249.

35 Buck, B.H., Krause, G. and Rosenthal, H. (2004). Extensive open ocean aquaculture development within wind farms in Germany: the prospect of offshore co-management and legal constraints. Ocean & Coastal Management 47: 95-122.

36 Buck, B.H., Ebeling, M.W. and Michler-Cieluch T. (2010). Mussel cultivation as a co-use in offshore wind farms: potential and economic feasibility. Aquaculture Economics & Management 14: 255-281.

37 Fayram, A.H. and De Risi, A. (2007). The potential compatibility of offshore wind power and fisheries: An example using bluefin tuna in the Adriatic Sea. Ocean & Coastal Management 50: 597-605.

38 Langan, R. (2009). Opportunities and Challenges for Offshore Farming. Chapter 29 In: New technologies in aquaculture: Improving production efficiency, quality and environmental management. G. Burnell and G. Allen, eds. Woodhead Publishing Limited, Cambridge, UK. ISBN 978-1-84569-384-8, pp 895-913.


40 James, M.A. (2010). A review of initiatives and related R&D being undertaken in the UK and internationally regarding the use of macroalgae as a basis for biofuel production and other non-food uses relevant to Scotland. Report commissioned by the Marine Scotland, 79pp.

41 Lewis, J., Salam, F., Slack, N., Winton, M. and Hobson, L. (2011). Product options for the processing of marine macro-algae - Summary Report. The Crown Estate, 44pp. ISBN: 978-1-906410-31-5.

42 Buck, B.H. and Buchholz, C.M. (2004). The Offshore-Ring: A new system design for the open ocean aquaculture of macroalgae. Journal of Applied Phycology, 16: 355-368.

43 Buck, B.H. and Buchholz, C.M. (2005). Response of offshore cultivated Laminaria saccharina to hydrodynamic forcing in the North Sea. Aquaculture, 250: 674-691.


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