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Datasheet for general crustacea guidance

M Jacklin

A datasheet for getting things right with crustacea.

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Slipper Limpet Utilisation and Management - Final Report (January 2007)

Andy Fitzgerald

The Port of Truro Oyster Management Group has identified the slipper limpet as a major potential threat to the continued viability of the native oyster fishery. In the first step to establish the level of threat posed by this non-indigenous invasive species CEFAS was commissioned to monitor population levels in association with oyster stock surveys in 2004, 2005 and 2006. This report aims to assess the information provided by these previous studies and put them into context with experience elsewhere in order to provide options for the management and utilisation of slipper limpets in this region.

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Aquaculture Hyperbooks Halibut Onshore on-growing economic model

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These pages are a Microsoft Excel based economic modelling tool that will enable you to explore how the onshore on-growing aspects of a halibut cultivation business may function. There are other models covering the hatchery, nursery and cage-based on-growing aspects. Technical pages containing a wealth of information and advice on cultivating halibut can also be downloaded.

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Blue Whiting Research Group Discussion on Canned Fillets

Epsom

It is intended to publish an overall report which will include information about the fish used to manufacture the canned blue whiting samples for the market research test and a summary of the results obtained. In the meantime, however, the consultant’s report of the research is reproduced in full. This report has been produced from a scanned original and may therefore contain some formatting and other inaccuracies. In cases where this affects the technical content, a paper copy of the original report can still be obtained from Seafish.

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Comparison of Mixed Blue Whiting Fish Fingers with Fish Fingers Manufactured from Cod and Mixed Hake

Epsom

Blue Whiting is being considered as an available, producible white fish for fish fingers, either coated on its own, or in a mixture with one or more species. To confirm its emerging acceptability, the White fish Authority commissioned hall tests to rate two types of Blue Whiting mince fish fingers against cod mince fish fingers and hake mince fish fingers. The two types of Blue Whiting fish fingers were made from either frozen-at-sea Blue Whiting, or from fish that was landed wet. Production methods for all four types of fish fingers used in the tests were similar as possible; all the fish fingers were made on the same line in the same factory. Following are the results of four sub-tests and a subsequent overall preference test of Blue Whiting (frozen-at-sea) versus Blue Whiting (landed wet), conducted over a period of six days. This report has been produced from a scanned original and may therefore contain some formatting and other inaccuracies. In cases where this affects the technical content, a paper copy of the original report can still be obtained from Seafish.

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