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26,813 salmons from 467 locations, in 284 rivers across Europe - 12.12.2014

Lax | Salmon
SALSEA-Merge

is large European funded project that Matís has participated in. Over the past two decades, an increasing proportion of North Atlantic salmon are dying at sea during their oceanic feeding migration. Arguably the greatest challenge in salmon conservation is to gain insight into the spatial and ecological use of the marine environment by different regional and river stocks.

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The European Bioeconomy Panel - 2.12.2014

Lífhagkerfi | Bioeconomy

The European Bioeconomy Panel was established in 2013 by the European Commission with the aim to improve coherence and synergies between policy areas related to the bioeconomy and to pave the way for more innovative and resource efficient thinking. The Bioeconomy Panel consists of 30 members, all experts in their field of bioeconomy.

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Extensive research program by Matís for Nestlé - 28.11.2014

The value of exported fresh fish from Iceland has increased significantly with improved methods of handling and cooling of the catch. The annual export of fresh fish amounts to about ISK 40 billion. If the same volume was to be exported frozen, the value would be only half this amount.

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