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Atlantic salmon is a well-studied species, but there are still mysteries of where they reside in the ocean and what impacts their marine survival. ATLANTIC SALMON AT SEA - factors affecting their growth and survival (SeaSalar) is a research program where research institutions join forces to increase the knowledge on Norwegian salmon at sea.

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Kjell R. Utne, Institute of Marine Research, giving a talk at the Wild Atlantic Salmon Conference. Photo: Anne Olga Syverhuset, NINA.
28.02.2019

What happens to salmon in the ocean?

Excellent talks from the SeaSalar project were given by Kjell R. Utne and John F. Strøm during the recent Wild Atlantic Salmon Conference in Norway. Video links to their talks are now available.
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17.01.2019

New report with review of effects of PIT-tags on young Atlantic salmon

A group of scientists recommends that smolts down to 80 mm fork length can be tagged with 12 mm PIT-tags and smolts down to 120 mm with 23 mm PIT-tags based on a preliminary literature review.
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Astrid Raunsgard. Foto: Privat
26.11.2018

New PhD-student in the team

Astrid Raunsgard has joined the SeaSalar-team as a PhD-student.
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