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Aquaculture with Icelandic freshwater fishes

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In the last forty years, several attempts to culture freshwater fish were made in Iceland. However, most of them did not succeed. Until recently, salmon was the main fish species being cultured, but today the artic charr is a more common species and salmon aquaculture is coming to a complete stop. Currently, the annual production of cultured artic charr is considered to reach around 1,000 kg.

Legal environment

Laws have been set in order to minimize the effects of cultured fish populations on wild species. The import of fish species to Iceland is subject to strict conditions and falls under the Act on Animal Import 54/1990. The risk of importing unknown, cold water fish species might endanger the species present.

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