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POTENTIAL NEGATIVE ECOLOGICAL CONSEQUENCES OF OPEN NET PEN SALMON AQUACULTURE: LESSONS FROM BRITISH COLUMBIA

May 31 @ 8:00 am - 5:00 pm

Lawrence M Dill, PhD

Evolutionary & Behavioral Ecology and Earth2Ocean Research Groups of Simon Fraser University, British Columbia, Canada presented:

When: Tuesday August 14th 2012 6:30 PM
Where: Landing Mall, Port Angeles

The discussion included:
• The impacts that salmon farms can have on wild salmon stocks
• Recent research on sea lice and other pathogens.

• How the iconic Fraser River sockeye salmon have been put at risk by salmon aquaculture.
• Degradation of the bottom communities below the farms.
• Pollution, by-catch of other fish species, escapes, and inadvertent or intentional reduction of marine mammal populations.
• New potential open pen aquaculture projects near Port Angeles.

Event sponsored by the Coastal Watershed Institute, Wild Salmon Center, Sierra Club Activist Network, and Olympic Peninsula Chapter Surfrider Foundation.

Link to presentation (two parts):
Part 1:https://vimeo.com/47903851
Part 2:http://vimeo.com/47906547Audio only version:
http://soundcloud.com/mountainstone/dr-lawrence-dill-netpens/

Details

Date:
May 31
Time:
8:00 am - 5:00 pm