Marine Institute Open Access Repository

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The Marine Institute Open Access Repository facilitates full text access to the publications of the Marine Institute in accordance with copyright permissions. The aim of the Repository is to collect, preserve and provide open access to the publications of the Marine Institute, including the research publications supported by National and European funded marine research programmes.



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  • Shellfish Stocks and Fisheries Review 2023: an assessment of selected stocks

    Marine Institute; Bord Iascaigh Mhara (Marine Institute, 2023)
    This review presents updated information on the status of selected shellfish stocks in Ireland for 2023. In addition, data on the fleet and landings of shellfish species (excluding Nephrops) are presented. The intention of this annual review is to present stock assessment and management advice for shellfisheries that may be subject to new management proposals or where scientific advice is required in relation to assessing the environmental impact of shellfish fisheries especially in areas designated under European Directives. The review reflects the recent work of the Marine Institute (MI) in the biological assessment of shellfish fisheries and their interaction with the environment.
  • Newport Research Facility, Annual Report No. 67, 2022

    Marine Institute (Marine Institute, 2023)
    This report represents a continuation of the scientific aspects of the Annual Reports published by the Salmon Research Agency of Ireland, now integrated into the Fisheries Ecosystem Advisory Services Group (FEAS) of the Marine Institute. The data presented creates a unique record of fish rearing and wild fish census data for the past 50 years. This data is an essential component in the local, regional and national management of salmon, sea trout and eel and is becoming ever more valuable in the light of increasing pressures on natural stocks, such as exploitation, habitat degradation and global climate change scenarios. The fish monitoring facilities in Newport, along with the reared and ranched salmon stocks held in Burrishoole, are also essential for supporting projects such as development of novel enhancement techniques, alternative stocks and ranching and evaluation of interactions between farmed, ranched and wild strains. An expanding programme in the Burrishoole system is including ecological and genetics research into eel, sticklebacks and stock dynamics of juvenile salmonids and eels.
  • The Irish Maritime Transport Economist Volume 20

    Irish Maritime Development Office (Marine Institute, 2023)
  • Explorers FinTastic Sharks - Sharks from around the World Poster final 201223

    Dromgool-Regan, Cushla (Marine Institute, 2023)
    The Explorers FinTastic Sharks - Sharks from around the World A2 Poster can be printed for the classroom or used on a whiteboard to show off some of the many shark species around the world. The poster includes 21 shark illustrations, including their common name, scientific name, size, weight, and depth they swim at, as well as the International Union for Conservation of Nature Red List

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