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  • Newport Research Facility, Annual Report No. 29, 1984

    Marine Institute; Salmon Research Trust of Ireland (Salmon Research Trust of Ireland Incorporated, 1985)
    This report is a predecessor to our current Newport Research Facility, Annual Reports. Prior to the Marine Institute, this work was carried out by the Salmon Research Trust of Ireland, and later the Salmon Research Agency of Ireland. For consistency the titles remain as 'Newport Research Facility, Annual Reports'. The scientific aspects of the Annual Reports published by the Salmon Research Trust of Ireland are 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. These data are an essential component in the local, regional and national management of salmon, sea trout and eel and are 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.
  • Newport Research Facility, Annual Report No. 30, 1985

    Marine Institute; Salmon Research Trust of Ireland (Salmon Research Trust of Ireland Incorporated, 1986)
    This report is a predecessor to our current Newport Research Facility, Annual Reports. Prior to the Marine Institute, this work was carried out by the Salmon Research Trust of Ireland, and later the Salmon Research Agency of Ireland. For consistency the titles remain as 'Newport Research Facility, Annual Reports'. The scientific aspects of the Annual Reports published by the Salmon Research Trust of Ireland are 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. These data are an essential component in the local, regional and national management of salmon, sea trout and eel and are 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.
  • Newport Research Facility, Annual Report No. 31, 1986

    Marine Institute; Salmon Research Trust of Ireland (Salmon Research Trust of Ireland Incorporated, 1987)
    This report is a predecessor to our current Newport Research Facility, Annual Reports. Prior to the Marine Institute, this work was carried out by the Salmon Research Trust of Ireland, and later the Salmon Research Agency of Ireland. For consistency the titles remain as 'Newport Research Facility, Annual Reports'. The scientific aspects of the Annual Reports published by the Salmon Research Trust of Ireland are 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. These data are an essential component in the local, regional and national management of salmon, sea trout and eel and are 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.
  • Newport Research Facility, Annual Report No. 32, 1987

    Marine Institute; Salmon Research Trust of Ireland (Salmon Research Trust of Ireland Incorporated, 1988)
    This report is a predecessor to our current Newport Research Facility, Annual Reports. Prior to the Marine Institute, this work was carried out by the Salmon Research Trust of Ireland, and later the Salmon Research Agency of Ireland. For consistency the titles remain as 'Newport Research Facility, Annual Reports'. The scientific aspects of the Annual Reports published by the Salmon Research Trust of Ireland are 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. These data are an essential component in the local, regional and national management of salmon, sea trout and eel and are 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.
  • Newport Research Facility, Annual Report No. 33, 1988

    Marine Institute; Salmon Research Trust of Ireland (Salmon Research Trust of Ireland Incorporated, 1989)
    This report is a predecessor to our current Newport Research Facility, Annual Reports. Prior to the Marine Institute, this work was carried out by the Salmon Research Trust of Ireland, and later the Salmon Research Agency of Ireland. For consistency the titles remain as 'Newport Research Facility, Annual Reports'. The scientific aspects of the Annual Reports published by the Salmon Research Trust of Ireland are 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. These data are an essential component in the local, regional and national management of salmon, sea trout and eel and are 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.
  • Newport Research Facility, Annual Report No. 34, 1989

    Marine Institute; Salmon Research Trust of Ireland (Salmon Research Trust of Ireland Incorporated, 1990)
    This report is a predecessor to our current Newport Research Facility, Annual Reports. Prior to the Marine Institute, this work was carried out by the Salmon Research Trust of Ireland, and later the Salmon Research Agency of Ireland. For consistency the titles remain as 'Newport Research Facility, Annual Reports'. The scientific aspects of the Annual Reports published by the Salmon Research Agency of Ireland are 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. These data are an essential component in the local, regional and national management of salmon, sea trout and eel and are 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.
  • Newport Research Facility, Annual Report No. 35, 1990

    Marine Institute; Salmon Research Agency of Ireland (Salmon Research Agency of Ireland Incorporated, 1991)
    This report is a predecessor to our current Newport Research Facility, Annual Reports. Prior to the Marine Institute, this work was carried our by the Salmon Research Trust of Ireland, and later the Salmon Research Agency of Ireland. For consistency the titles remain as 'Newport Research Facility, Annual Reports'. The scientific aspects of the Annual Reports published by the Salmon Research Agency of Ireland are 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. These data are an essential component in the local, regional and national management of salmon, sea trout and eel and are 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.
  • Newport Research Facility, Annual Report No. 36, 1991

    Marine Institute; Salmon Research Agency of Ireland (Salmon Research Agency of Ireland Incorporated, 1992)
    This report is a predecessor to our current Newport Research Facility, Annual Reports. Prior to the Marine Institute, this work was carried our by the Salmon Research Trust of Ireland, and later the Salmon Research Agency of Ireland. For consistency the titles remain as 'Newport Research Facility, Annual Reports'. The scientific aspects of the Annual Reports published by the Salmon Research Agency of Ireland are 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. These data are an essential component in the local, regional and national management of salmon, sea trout and eel and are 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.
  • Newport Research Facility, Annual Report No. 38, 1993

    Marine Institute; Salmon Research Agency of Ireland (Salmon Research Agency of Ireland Incorporated, 1994)
    This report is a predecessor to our current Newport Research Facility, Annual Reports. Prior to the Marine Institute, this work was carried out by the Salmon Research Trust of Ireland, and later the Salmon Research Agency of Ireland. For consistency the titles remain as 'Newport Research Facility, Annual Reports'. The scientific aspects of the Annual Reports published by the Salmon Research Agency of Ireland are 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. These data are an essential component in the local, regional and national management of salmon, sea trout and eel and are 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.
  • Newport Research Facility, Annual Report No. 42, 1997

    Marine Institute; Salmon Research Agency of Ireland (Salmon Research Agency of Ireland, 1998)
    This report is a predecessor to our current Newport Research Facility, Annual Reports. Prior to the Marine Institute, this work was carried our by the Salmon Research Trust of Ireland, and later the Salmon Research Agency of Ireland. For consistency the titles remain as 'Newport Research Facility, Annual Reports'. The scientific aspects of the Annual Reports published by the Salmon Research Agency of Ireland are 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. These data are an essential component in the local, regional and national management of salmon, sea trout and eel and are 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.
  • Newport Research Facility, Annual Report No. 39, 1994

    Marine Institute; Salmon Research Agency of Ireland (Salmon Research Agency of Ireland Incorporated, 1995)
    This report is a predecessor to our current Newport Research Facility, Annual Reports. Prior to the Marine Institute, this work was carried our by the Salmon Research Trust of Ireland, and later the Salmon Research Agency of Ireland. For consistency the titles remain as 'Newport Research Facility, Annual Reports'. The scientific aspects of the Annual Reports published by the Salmon Research Agency of Ireland are 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. These data are an essential component in the local, regional and national management of salmon, sea trout and eel and are 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
  • Newport Research Facility, Annual Report No. 40, 1995

    Marine Institute; Salmon Research Agency of Ireland (Salmon Research Agency of Ireland Incorporated, 1996)
    This report is a predecessor to our current Newport Research Facility, Annual Reports. Prior to the Marine Institute, this work was carried our by the Salmon Research Trust of Ireland, and later the Salmon Research Agency of Ireland. For consistency the titles remain as 'Newport Research Facility, Annual Reports'. The scientific aspects of the Annual Reports published by the Salmon Research Agency of Ireland are 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. These data are an essential component in the local, regional and national management of salmon, sea trout and eel and are 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
  • Newport Research Facility, Annual Report No. 41, 1996

    Marine Institute; Salmon Research Agency of Ireland (Salmon Research Agency of Ireland Incorporated, 1997)
    This report is a predecessor to our current Newport Research Facility, Annual Reports. Prior to the Marine Institute, this work was carried our by the Salmon Research Trust of Ireland, and later the Salmon Research Agency of Ireland. For consistency the titles remain as 'Newport Research Facility, Annual Reports'. The scientific aspects of the Annual Reports published by the Salmon Research Agency of Ireland are 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. These data are an essential component in the local, regional and national management of salmon, sea trout and eel and are 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.
  • Newport Research Facility, Annual Report No. 43, 1998

    Marine Institute; Salmon Research Agency of Ireland (Salmon Research Agency of Ireland, 1999)
    This report is a predecessor to our current Newport Research Facility, Annual Reports. Prior to the Marine Institute, this work was carried our by the Salmon Research Trust of Ireland, and later the Salmon Research Agency of Ireland. For consistency the titles remain as 'Newport Research Facility, Annual Reports'. The scientific aspects of the Annual Reports published by the Salmon Research Agency of Ireland are 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. These data are an essential component in the local, regional and national management of salmon, sea trout and eel and are 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.
  • Newport Research Facility, Annual Report No. 46, 2000

    Marine Institute (Marine Institute, 2001)
    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.
  • Newport Research Facility, Annual Report No. 48 (a), 2002

    Marine Institute (Marine Institute, 2003)
    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.
  • Newport Research Facility, Annual Report No. 47, 2001

    Marine Institute (Marine Institute, 2002)
    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.
  • Newport Research Facility, Annual Report No. 48, 2003

    Marine Institute (Marine Institute, 2004)
    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.
  • Newport Research Facility, Annual Report No. 49, 2004

    Marine Institute (Marine Institute, 2005)
    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.
  • Newport Research Facility, Annual Report No. 62, 2017

    Marine Institute (Marine Institute, 2018)
    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.

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