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Related websites

Here, links are provided to other research activities and networks with aims related to SMOLTPRO:

Funktionella metoder för odling av fysiologiskt
naturanpassad laxsmolt

(Functional methods for rearing physiologically naturalized salmon smolts)

This four-year research project started in 2009, and is a collaboration between hydroelectric power producers (ELFORSK), the Swedish Board of Fisheries, the Swedish University of Agricultural Sciences, and Karlstad University.

Oregon Hatchery Research Centre (OHRC)

The OHRC is a cooperative research project between the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife and the Oregon State University Department of Fisheries and Wildlife. Their mission is to answer scientific questions related to fish recovery and hatchery programs.


Food and Agriculture (FA) Action 867 

FA Action 867 is part of the COST framework for European Cooperation in Science and Technology. The main objective of this Action is to improve the knowledge on welfare of fish and to formulate a set of guidelines to be used in European aqualculture.





The University of Gothenburg research platform on integrative physiology (GRIP), is an interdisciplinary network of scientists linking animal physiology to ecology and behaviour, in research projects as well as in educational activites. 





The Atlantic Salmon Trust (AST)

Since 1967, the Atlantic Salmon Trust has been involved in the funding and sponsorship of practical research programmes tackling the problems wild Atlantic salmon and sea trout face today.



Vattenbrukscentrum Väst / Aquaculture Centre West

Aquaculture Centre West coordinates and reveals the aquaculture-related research in western Sweden. The objective of the Aquaculture Centre West is to:

  • Create forums for successful collaboration in research and development
  • Creating platforms for interdisciplinary cooperation
  • Identify research and development needs


S.A.S - Sea trout At Sea

Since the 1st of April 2011 a research project is running at the University of Gothenburg aimed at studying movement patterns in the sea, genetic population structure and habitat requirements in the sea of sea trout (Salmo trutta L.).

The project is interdisciplinary with researchers from Sweden, Norway and Denmark, but also other organizations are represented, such as municipalities in 8-fjords project, county administration boards and anglers.


Top photo by Jörgen Johnsson

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