World Aquaculture Society Meetings

Managing the Genetic Risk of Escapes from Aquaculture
Thursday, February 25, 2016  12/30/1899 1:30:00 PM - 12/30/1899 5:30:00 PM  Burgundy
Chair: Ingrid Burgetz, Kristen Gruenthal
12/30/1899 1:30:00 PM 
Dounia Hamoutene
MOVEMENT AND DISPERSAL OF FARMED ATLANTIC SALMON (Salmo salar) FOLLOWING SIMULATED ESCAPES IN FORTUNE BAY, NEWFOUNDLAND (CANADA).
12/30/1899 1:45:00 PM 
Einar Eg Nielsen
AQUATRACE: PROVIDING MOLECULAR TOOLS FOR ASESSING AND MONITORING POTENTIAL GENETIC IMPACT OF AQUACULTURE ON NATIVE POPULATIONS
12/30/1899 2:00:00 PM 
Ian Bradbury
GENOMIC TOOLS TO QUANTIFY THE DIRECT GENETIC IMPACTS OF ESCAPED FARMED ATLANTIC SALMON ON WILD POPULATIONS IN EASTERN CANADA
12/30/1899 2:15:00 PM 
Dounia Hamoutene
DIFFERENCES IN EARLY LIFE TRAITS, AS WELL AS THERMAL AND PH TOLERANCE OF FARM, WILD AND FIRST GENERATION (F1) FARM-WILD HYBRID ATLANTIC SALMON IN THE SOUTH COAST OF NEWFOUNDLAND (NL), CANADA.
12/30/1899 2:30:00 PM 
Monica Solberg
RISK ASSESSMENT OF GENETIC IMPACT OF ESCAPED FARMED SALMON ON WILD POPULATIONS IN NORWAY
12/30/1899 2:45:00 PM 
Tanya L. Darden
FORECASTING GENETIC IMPACTS OF NET PEN FAILURES ON GULF OF MEXICO COBIA POPULATIONS USING INDIVIDUAL-BASED MODELING
12/30/1899 3:30:00 PM 
Kristen Gruenthal
Exploring the fitness risk posed by escapes from marine aquaculture: the OMEGA model
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