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  1. Wakame in Port Phillip Bay is not all bad

    Introduced species always seem to get a bad rap – they can outcompete native species, or allow other introduced species to prosper, which can ultimately reduce …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/saltt/2019/07/25/wakame-in-port-phillip-bay-is-not-all-bad

  2. How submerged cages affect salmon welfare and behaviour

    Submerged cages are an exciting new method being tested by the salmon aquaculture industry to avoid salmon lice infestations within farms. However, salmon do not cope …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/saltt/2019/03/11/how-submerged-cages-affect-salmon-welfare-and-behaviour

  3. Methods to prevent and treat biofouling in shellfish aquaculture

    Biofouling in bivalve aquaculture can cause economic losses for the industry. Therefore, strategies such as avoidance, prevention and treatment to minimise biofouling are key. The type …

    blogs.unimelb.edu.au/saltt/2019/03/08/methods-to-prevent-and-treat-biofouling-in-shellfish-aquaculture