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Culture of cold-water marine fish

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The annual global production from aquaculture exceeded 30 million metric tons in 1998,
representing more then 20% of the total annual yield from fisheries and mariculture. Asia is
by far the largest producer of marine products, with respect to both fisheries and aquaculture,
and China has the dominant position by contributing more than 32% of the total yield.
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Mariculture has a long history worldwide, but intensive production, as seen with salmon today, is a relatively new approach. The global production and marketing of salmon is a success story, and many other species have, partly because of that success, caught interest as potential candidates for future mariculture. In Norway, the attention on species other than salmonides increased in the 1980s, and significant research efforts were made to develop future production technology for cold-water marine fish species. The work focused very much on early life histories and the main goal was to obtain a high and stable number of juveniles for further on-growing

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