Sea lice (Lepeophtheirus salmonis and Caligus spp.) are the major pathogens affecting the global salmon farming industry and have a significant impact in many areas. The annual costs for sea lice control have recently been estimated to exceed €500 million (only for Norway) and the aquaculture industry relies heavily on a few chemotherapeutants. Emerging resistance development against these drugs increases the necessity to develop new treatment methods (biological, prophylactic and drugs) and tools to avoid increased loss due to sea lice to ensure a sustainable salmon farming industry in the future.
Recent Publications on L. salmonis and related species
 Sea lice--major pathogens of farmed atlantic salmon Parasitology today (Personal ed.) (1989)
 Unusual ribosomal RNA gene organization in copepods of the genus Calanus Journal of molecular biology (1987)
 Aspects of the circulatory system of Pollicipes polymerus J. B. Sowerby (Cirripedia: Thoracica) Journal of morphology (1972)
 Pristane in Zooplankton Science (New York, N.Y.) (1963)
 Calanus finmarchicus and related forms Nature (1953)
 [Determination of weight of Calanus finmarchicus Gunner on the basis of body length measurement] Doklady Akademii nauk SSSR (1951)