Canadian Aquaculture R&D Review 2017

Welcome to the seventh edition of the biennial Canadian Aquaculture R&D Review. The review is an ongoing compendium of the aquaculture research and development projects that have been underway over the past two years from all across Canada, whether they are undertaken by researchers from academia, government labs, or other research organisations. The review contains over 210 project descriptions detailing an impressive array of topics, disciplines, species, and geography. Projects include marine and freshwater species with topics ranging from finfish and shellfish health, seaweeds, production, husbandry technology, nutrition, integrated multi-trophic aquaculture, and environmental interactions to name a few.

This is the fourth issue of the review that has been produced by Fisheries and Oceans Canada (DFO) in partnership with the Aquaculture Association of Canada (AAC). This partnership is highly relevant and mutually beneficial to our respective roles in the area of knowledge translation and mobilisation at both the AAC and DFO. This collaboration has allowed us to produce this 2017 edition as an AAC Special Publication, which is an accessible, electronic citation. Digital versions of this document are also available on both the DFO and AAC websites.

Canadian Aquaculture R&D Review 2017
AAC Special Publication #25
ISBN: 978-0-9881415-7-5

Editors: Dan McPhee, Johannie Duhaime, Alex Tuen, and G. Jay Parsons

Cited as: D McPhee, J Duhaime, A Tuen, and GJ Parsons (eds). Canadian Aquaculture R&D Review 2017. Aquaculture Association of Canada Special Publication 25 (2017)