FISH FARMS & WILD FISH
is that true?
NEW Aug. 2014
Effects of salmon lice on sea trout - a literature review
A team of top international scientists from Norway, Scotland and Ireland reviewed all available published studies  on the effects of sea lice
and have now concluded that sea lice have negatively impacted wild sea trout stocks in salmon farming areas in Ireland, Scotland and Norway.
CONCLUSIONS: "In sum, the combined knowledge from the reviewed studies provides evidence of a general and pervasive negative effect of salmon lice on sea trout populations in intensively farmed areas of Ireland, Norway and Scotland."
BBC interviewers ty to find out what's true about the interaction of farmed salmon with wild salmon and trout.
Andrew Graham-Stewart, Director Salmon & Trout Association (Scotland), says how it is and
Scott Landsburgh, spokesman for the Scottish Salmon Producers' Organisation, tells it as it isn't.
John Craven BBC Countryfile: Sustainable Fish Farming? (16-08-2009)
The Most Up-to-Date Research
FISH FARMS, SEA LICE AND WILD SALMON Krkošek et al. FULL PUBLICATIONS LIST (27 papers!)
FISH FARMS, SEA LICE AND WILD SEA TROUT Thorstad et al., 2014 LITERATURE REVIEW
[This significant corpus of research papers published by Nature, Science, The Royal Society etc., are what the Scottish
Salmon Producers' Organisation's spokeman dismissed as "no empirical data" (BBC Countryfile, 1 Dec. 2013.]