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IMR Matre
http://www.imr.no/om_havforskningsinstituttet/en
The Research Station is designed to do both small and large-scale studies on present and future aquaculture species. The facilities are also excellent for studies on wild fish species, including climate-change studies and pollution related experiments.
IMR - Institute of Marine Research
Matre Research Station, 5984 Matredal, Norway
60.87412643432617
5.586376190185547
Norway
Since the opening in 1971 the Research Station in Matre has been the core facility for the salmonid research of the Institute of Marine Research, and of several national and international collaborators. In 2006, the Research Station has been totally modernised with new water supplies, new and better experimental facilities and new analytical laboratories.
Tom Hansen, Frode Oppedal, Per Gunnar Fjelldal, Krisna R. Torrissen
Sea based facilities and land based facilities.
Facility research topics
Fish nutrition, fish welfare studies, fish growt and reproduction, fisheries related studies.
Species held at facility
Species held at facilityhorse mackerel, Lobsters, cod, salmon, rainbow trout, herring, mackerel
Physical description of the facility
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1-20 C
0-34 ppm
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