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Development of databased models for effective treatment & the environmentally safe use of veterinary methods in the - FC1133

Summary Objectives:-
Develop applied mathematical models for the disease control strategy of sealice and improve our understanding of the host-parasite relationship with salmon.

Key Customer Purpose:-
Improve parasite control, reduce environmental impact of therapeutants, improve fish welfare and delay onset of resistance in parasites to control strategies.
Project Documents
• Final Report : Development of data based models for effective treatment and the environmentally safe use of veterinary methods in the control of sea lice infestation of farmed salmon.   (269k)
Time-Scale and Cost
From: 1999

To: 2002

Cost: £135,422
Contractor / Funded Organisations
University - Strathclyde
Fish Farming              
Sustainable Production              
Fields of Study
Fish Health and Aquaculture