Sea lice management measures for farmed salmon production: research
Research report comparing the socio-economic and environmental cost-effectiveness of sea lice treatment measures used on Scottish salmon farms.
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Figure 1: Main components of the salmon production system in the LCA model, and potential effects of some sea lice management measures on different parts of the production chain
Figure 2: A simplified LCA system modelling approach
Figure 3: Combination measure 1
Figure 4: Combination measure 2
Figure 5: Combination measure 3
Figure 6: A schematic diagram of different parameters used in the analysis
Figure 7: Cost-effectiveness of different sea lice management measures applied on Scottish salmon farms under standard efficacy level (£/unit of effectiveness per fish)
Figure 8: Cost-effectiveness of different sea lice management measures applied on Scottish salmon farms under sensitivity analysis compared to the standard CEA
Figure 9: Cost-effectiveness of different combinations of sea lice management measures applied on Scottish salmon farms under a standard and 2xinput costs scenarios.
Figure 10: Causal loop diagram of cause-effect-incentives relationships linked to sea lice control on salmon farms
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