Recent Submissions

  • Research Priorities in the British Columbia Salmon Farming Industry 

    Pennell, William (B.C. Salmon Farmers Association, 1987-12)
    This report outlines the major research needs of the salmon farming industry in British Columbia. The research topics are prioritized by section, the highest priority areas placed earliest in the report; within sections, ...
  • The B.C. Salmon Farming Industry 

    Pennell, William (Aquaculture Association of Canada, 1988)
    Oyster and trout farming have a much longer history, but it is salmon farming that has raised the profile of aquaculture on the West Coast. Salmon farming has had a brief but dramatic history. In 1971 the first salmon ...
  • B.C. Shellfish Culture 

    Pennell, William (Aquaculture Association of Canada, 1987)
    Fifteen years ago the only forms of aquaculture in British Columbia were oyster and trout farms, and these were mainly family affairs with a few large companies. Today, however, salmon farms dominate aquaculture in the ...
  • More Research Needed on Phytoplankton 

    Pennell, William (Harrison House, 1988)
    In aquaculture there are many obvious areas where research is vital. But one especially difficult area for both finfish and shellfish culture concerns phytoplankton and the associated toxins which can build up in shellfish ...
  • Putting Some Byte into Aquaculture 

    Pennell, William; Combs, Stan; Septav, Tony (Harrison House, 1986)
    Though there are some new software packages tailor-made for the aquaculture industry, most fish and shellfish farmers will find computer technology best suited to traditional tasks such as filing, accounting and general ...