Salmon Interactions Team

Exploring links between salmonid aquaculture, the environment and society

Welcome

The Salmon Interactions Team was created to study the interactions between salmon aquaculture, the environment and society.

On this site you can access up to date information about our research and projects which we undertake at the Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies, University of Tasmania.

If you are interested in working with us, have any questions or would like to provide feedback on the website, please contact us.

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Salmon farming and the environment

Find out more about how salmon farming interacts with the marine environment and society.
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Research Insights

find out more about the insights from our research into salmon aquaculture ecosystem interactions.
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Meet our team

The varied nature of our work means that we depend on a wide range of professional backgrounds to get the job done. Meet the amazing people that make up our team.
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Research projects

Learn more about the wide variety of research projects we are involved with to better understand the interactions between salmon farming, the environment and society
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Publications

Explore the variety of reports and articles which we produce to communicate our research.
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News

Search through our news stories to find out more about developments in this space.
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Opportunities

Are you interested in getting involved in our projects? Browse our opportunities page to find any vacancies or voluntary opportunities.
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Acknowledgment of Country
We acknowledge the palawa/pakana and Gadigal/Wangal people, the traditional custodians of the land and sea upon which we live and work, and their enduring cultures and knowledge of our oceans and coasts.

We recognise that decisions and practices affecting the future of Indigenous education and research are vital to the self-determination, wellbeing and livelihood of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, and to shaping the Australian society in which we live.
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