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2nd International Conference 1986

"Norway - the Development of its
Fish Farming Industry"


12.00

(plus postage - Ireland - €2.50; UK €4.80; Europe - €4.50 [economy], €8.00 [airmail]; Rest of the World - €6.90 [economy], €10.00 [airmail])


CONTENTS

Welcome Address
Matt Murphy, Director, Sherkin Island Marine Station

Official Opening
Mr. Thor Hjorth-Johansen, Minister, Royal Norwegian Embassy, Dublin, Ireland.

Speech by Mr. Jim O'Keeffe, T.D., Minister of State for Finance and the Public Service

"The Influence of the Norwegian Salmon Industry on Scotland"
Dr. Ted Needham, Fish Farmer, Scotland.

"Financing - the Norwegian Salmon Industry"
Mr. Harald Kvalheim, Managing Director, Havtuksfondet (Aquaculture Fund), Norway.

"Disease and Vaccines in the Salmon Industry"
Dr. Trond Jorgensen, Foundation of Applied Research, University of Tromson, Norway.

"The Quality of Foodstuffs"
Miss Kirsteen Kelly, formerly Unilever Research, Fish Technologist.

"Developments in the Culture of Turbot, Halibut and other Marine Fish Species"
Mr. Howard Rabben, Austevoll Aquaculture Research Station, Storebo, Norway.

"Regulation on Aquaculture Development in Norway - Legislation and Practice"
Ms. Ann Brieby, Fishery Advisory Service, Nordland, Norway.

"Red Tide - Algae Blooms - the problems"
Dr. Karl Tangen, Trondheim Biological Station, University of Trondheim, Norway.

"Environmental Factors and Control in Salmonid Culture in Norway"
Dr. Ian Brycesan, Marenor A/S, Oslo, Norway.

"Ireland's Oceanography - a help or a hindrance for Fish Farming"
Prof. Brian McK Bary, Department of Oceanography, University College, Galway, Ireland.

"Practical experience in Norwegian Fish Farming - Lessons learned and problems faced"
Mr. Kjell Karlson, Fish Farm Manager, Haugesund, Norway.

"Why Norwegian Fish Farmers go abroad"
Mr. Viggo Olsen, Fishery Counsellor, Norwegian Embassy, London, UK.

"Summary of Report on Aquaculture"
Mr. J. Walsh, T.D., Chairman, Joint Oireachtas Committee on Aquaculture, Dublin, Ireland.

"Ireland's Fish Farming Industry"
Mr. Wm. O'Neill, Mt. Tully Salmon Farm, Galway, Ireland.

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