Services and information
Research to advance understanding of interactions between aquaculture and the aquatic environment.
Government and industry collaborate for research on fish health and ecosystem interactions.
The results of peer-reviewed science and advisory processes related to aquaculture.
Biannual review of an ongoing collection of the aquaculture R&D projects from across Canada.
Scientists study the potential benefits of growing finfish, shellfish and marine plants.
Research on aquaculture species using new technologies and innovative techniques.
Programs and research supporting the health of aquatic animals, such as shellfish and marine mammals.
A wide range of barrier technologies used in aquaculture to restrict and control interactions.
How environmental risk assessments are conducted on aquaculture projects.
Advisory body of independent experts providing guidance on issues related to aquaculture.
What we are doing
- Current valid British Columbia aquaculture licence holders
- DFO’s fish health monitoring activities at BC aquaculture sites
- Industry sea lice counts at BC marine finfish aquaculture sites
- Managing transfers and fish health at British Columbia salmon farms
- Canadian Aquaculture R&D Review 2019
- State of Salmon Aquaculture Technologies - 2019
- Regulating and Monitoring British Columbia’s Marine Finfish Aquaculture Facilities 2018
- Aquaculture Development Strategy 2016-2019 – Canadian Council of Fisheries and Aquaculture Ministers (CCFAM)
- Aquaculture research: Alternative Control Methods for Managing Sea Lice
- Aquaculture research: Deep water mussel farming in Newfoundland and Labrador
- Aquaculture research: Integrated Multi-Trophic Aquaculture (IMTA) - Deposit Feeders
- Aquaculture research: Tracking released farmed salmon
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