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Aquaculture Environment Interactions
Aquaculture Environment Interactions

Aquaculture Environment Interactions (AEI) is a multidisciplinary international forum for primary research studies on environmental sustainability of aquaculture. Tim Dempster (Melbourne, Australia) and Marianne Holmer (Odense, Denmark) are the Editors-in-Chief.


All articles are freely accessible to all users. AEI is published entirely Open Access using the Creative Commons by Attribution (CC-BY) LicenceClick here for information on Open Access fees. AEI is published online-only (from Vol 8).


Note: We are switching to a new online submission system (Manuscript Manager). New submissions must be submitted via the "Submit your manuscript" button below. For revision submissions, please refer to the instructions you received from the Editorial Office in your decision letter or access it here.

Print : ISSN 1869-215X

Online : ISSN 1869-7534

2019: 11
2018: 10
2017: 9
2016: 8
2015: 7 (
1, Vol 7, pages 1-89
2, Vol 7, pages 91-192
3Vol 7, pages 193-295
)
2014: 5 (
1, Vol 5, pages 1-98
2, Vol 5, pages 99-183
3Vol 5, pages 185-270
), 6 (
1, Vol 6, pages 1-117
2, Vol 6, pages 119-203
3Vol 6, pages 205-284
)
2013: 3 (
1, Vol 3, pages 1-91
2, Vol 3, pages 93-186
3Vol 3, pages 187-291
), 4 (
1, Vol 4, pages 1-90
2, Vol 4, pages 91-206
3Vol 4, pages 207-300
)
2009-2012: 1 (
1, Vol 1, pages i-83
2, Vol 1, pages 85-174
3Vol 1, pages 175-274
), 2 (
1, Vol 2, pages 1-104
2, Vol 2, pages 105-191
3Vol 2, pages 193-292
)

In-press articles are listed online shortly after acceptance. Prepress abstracts are also made available. These have not yet been fully checked and copyedited and are therefore subject to change before actual publication. The article is however citable as "in press", using the DOI.


Articles

Q 320
Hamre LA, Bui S, Oppedal F, Skern-Mauritzen R, Dalvin S
Development of the salmon louse Lepeophtheirus salmonis parasitic stages in temperatures ranging from 3 to 24°C
Prepress abstract

Q 321
Oppedal F, Bui S, Stien LH, Overton K, Dempster T
Snorkel technology to reduce sea lice infestations: efficacy depends on salinity at the farm site, but snorkels have minimal effects on salmon production and welfare
Prepress abstract

Q 322
Fjørtoft HB, Nilsen F, Besnier F, Stene A, Bjørn PA, Tveten AK, Aspehaug VT, Finstad B, Glover KA
Salmon lice sampled from wild Atlantic salmon and sea trout throughout Norway display high frequencies of the genotype associated with pyrethroid resistance
Prepress abstract

Q 324
Groner ML, Laurin E, Stormoen M, Sanchez J, Fast MD, Revie CW
Evaluating the potential for sea lice to evolve freshwater tolerance as a consequence of freshwater treatments in salmon aquaculture
Prepress abstract

Q 327
Gangnery A, Normand J, Duval C, Cugier P, Grangeré K, Petton B, Petton S, Orvain F, Pernet F
Connectivities with shellfish farms and channel rivers are the main factors associated with mortality risk in two age classes of Pacific oyster Crassostrea gigas
Prepress abstract

Q 328
Nicholaus R, Lukwambe B, Lai H, Yang W, Zheng Z
Nutrients cycling in ecological aquaculture wastewater treatment systems: vertical distribution of benthic phosphorus fractions due to bioturbation activity by Tegillarca granosa
Prepress abstract

Q 329
Alberts-Hubatsch H, Slater MJ, Beermann J
Effect of diet on growth, survival and fatty acid profile of marine amphipods: implications for utilisation as a feed ingredient for sustainable aquaculture
Prepress abstract

Q 330
Adams CM, Mayer LM, Rawson P, Brady DC, Newell C
Detrital protein contributes to oyster nutrition and growth in the Damariscotta estuary, Maine, USA
Prepress abstract

last update: August 22, 2019