Research Program

RP2 Seafood & Marine Products Program

Project Leader

Chris Carter, University of Tasmania

Project ID

2.20.002

Summary

Offshore/high energy aquaculture initiatives are increasing globally but relevant production biology research may or may not be aligned with technology, commercial needs or offshore/high energy environments.

The aim is to identify knowledge gaps and prioritise BE CRC research by scoping research relevant to key salmon production biology challenges and to available and emerging technology. Scope will include consumer trends in food as it relates to salmon products.

The benefits will be immediately relevant to offshore salmon farming in Australia and NZ.

Image courtesy of Chris Carter, University of Tasmania

Project Participants

  • Auckland University of Technology
  • Blue Economy CRC
  • Cawthron Institute
  • Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation
  • Food Innovation Australia Ltd
  • Gibson’s Limited trading as Skretting Australia
  • Huon Aquaculture Company Pty Ltd
  • Petuna Aquaculture Pty Ltd
  • Tasmanian Oyster Research Council Limited
  • Tassal Group Limited
  • The New Zealand King Salmon Pty Limited
  • University of Tasmania

Duration

6 months

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