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Storage of Arctic Char at Remote Fishing camps

Michael M.D. Ross
CANMET Energy Diversification Research Laboratory

Full Text of Report
Link to CETC-Varennes

Note on Authorship:

This technical report was authored by the principal of RER Renewable Energy Research when he was an employee of the CANMET Energy Diversification Research Laboratory (now known as CETC-Varennes-- see link above).

Acknowledgements:

Funding for this project was provided by the Energy Diversification Research Laboratory through the Panel on Energy Research and Development and Canada's Green Plan and the Science Institute of the Northwest Territories as part of the joint NRCan/SINT "PV for the North" program.

Citation:

Ross, M. M. D. Storage of Arctic Char at Remote Fishing Camps, report # EDRL95-59(TR), Energy Diversification Research Laboratory, CANMET, Natural Resources Canada, Varennes, Québec, July 1995.

Summary:

This document is the result of a brief overview of the problem of fish storage at fishing camps in the Keewatin. In contains some initial recommendations concerning solutions for maintaining the freshness of the fish and discusses the power requirements for these solutions.