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  1. Hatchery introgression blurs ancient hybridization between brown trout (Salmo trutta)
  2. Genetic variation at the mtDNA ND-1 locus among North American wild and hatchery brow
  3. A simple model to determine stream trout (Salmo trutta L.) densities based on one rem
  4. Effects of fish density and size on survival, growth and production of hatchery-reare
  5. Cardiovascular-respiratory responses of rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri) during chroni
  6. Dehydroabietic Acid Accumulation by Rainbow Trout (Salmo Gairdneri) Exposed to Kraft
  7. Avoidance response of rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri) to single-dose chlorination in
  8. Static versus dynamic model for forecasting salmon pre-fishery abundance of the River
  9. The effects of hardness, alkalinity and pH of test water on the toxicity of copper to
  10. Influence of water hardness on cadmium toxicity to Salmo gairdneri rich.
  11. Toxicity of ammonia to early life stages of rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri)
  12. Lethal toxicity of permethrin (NRDC-143) to rainbow trout, salmo gairdneri, in relati
  13. Toxicity of silver to rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri)
  14. Interactions of Atlantic salmon in the Pacific northwest: V. Human health and safety
  15. Classification of northern Finnish lakes and the suitability for the stocking for bro
  16. Bleached kraft pulpmill effluents and TCDD: Effects on biotransformation and testoste
  17. Biological half-lives of eight polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) in rainbow tro
  18. The behaviour and bottom colour selection of the rainbow trout, Salmo Gairdneri richa
  19. Movements of potamodromous coastal cutthroat trout, Salmo clarki clarki, inferred fro
  20. Seasonal Movements and Habitats of Brown Trout (Salmo Trutta) in Southcentral Lake On
  21. Reducing Levels of Mirex, Aroclor 1254, and DDE by Trimming and Cooking Lake Ontario
  22. Acute lethality, and sub-lethal effects of acetone, ethanol, and propylene glycol on
  23. Atlantic salmon fisheries in the White and Barents Sea basins: Dynamic of catches in
  24. Harvest and Movement of Atlantic Salmon Stocked in the St. Marys River, Michigan,
  25. Egg-thiamine Status and Occurrence of Early Mortality Syndrome (EMS) in Atlantic Salm
  26. Temperature-dependent Effects of Rainbow Trout on Growth of Atlantic Salmon Parr,
  27. Interactions of Atlantic salmon in the Pacific Northwest: IV. Impacts on the local ec
  28. The effect of sublethal concentrations of copper and zinc on ventilatory activity. Bl
  29. Cardiovascular and respiratory changes in rainbow trout, Salmo gairdneri, exposed int
  30. Chronic toxicity of water-borne and dietary lead to rainbow trout (Salmo Gairdneri) i
  31. The toxicity of mixtures of metals and surfactants to rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri
  32. The pattern of natural mortality throughout the life cycle in contrasting populations
  33. Microinjection of lipophilic extracts from feral baltic salmon (Salmo salar) roe pred
  34. The effects of the `Braer' oil spill, Shetland Isles, Scotland, on P4501A in fanned A
  35. Plasma levels of vitellogenin and eggshell zona radiata proteins in 4-nonylphenol and
  36. Temporal and environmental influences on the variation in sea trout (Salmo trutta L.)
  37. Hybridization mechanisms between the endangered marble trout (Salmo marmoratus) and t
  38. Utilisation of fluvial and lacustrine habitat by anadromous Atlantic salmon, Salmo sa
  39. Comparative susceptibility of native Scottish and Norwegian stocks of Atlantic salmon
  40. Locomotor activity of atlantic salmon parr (Salmo salar L.) in various light conditio
  41. Does darkening signal submission in territorial contests between juvenile Atlantic sa
  42. Exploitation of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) from the River Drammenselv, SE Norwa
  43. The Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) of the North Esk with particular reference to th
  44. Production of nauplii of Lepeophtheirus salmonis (Kroyer) (Copepoda: Caligidae) from
  45. Identification of spawning areas of two forms of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) inh
  46. Effects of the Faroese long-line fishery, other oceanic fisheries and oceanic variati
  47. Regulatory processes in the monogenean Gyrodactylus salaris Malmberg--Atlantic salmon
  48. Juvenile Atlantic salmon Salmo salar abundance and angling success before and after r
  49. Regulatory processes in the monogenean Gyrodactylus salaris Malmberg--Atlantic salmon
  50. The effects of an industrial waste (cryolite recovery sludge) upon the atlantic Salmo
  51. Effects of crowding on the behaviour of juvenile hatchery and wild landlocked Atlanti
  52. Hepatic activities of CYP1A and thiamine-dependent enzymes in Baltic salmon (Salmo sa
  53. Development of behaviour in alevins of atlantic salmon, Salmo salar, and rainbow trou
  54. Recent changes in Atlantic Salmon (Salmo salar runs in the light of environmental cha
  55. Marine exploitation of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) from the River Bush, Northern
  56. The relationship between river flow and net catches of salmon (Salmo salar L.) in and
  57. Strain specific patterns in temperature adaptation of CYP isoenzyme levels in Atlanti
  58. Review on monitoring adult salmonid (Oncorhynchus and Salmo spp.) escapement using fi
  59. Do native species limit survival of reintroduced Atlantic salmon in historic rearing
  60. Management of Atlantic salmon in the Simojoki river, northern Gulf of Bothnia: effect
  61. Long-term effects of catch-and-release angling on ascending Atlantic salmon during di
  62. Movements of Rainbow Steelhead Trout (Salmo Gairdneri) in Lake Ontario and a Hypothes
  63. Trawling stress and mortality in undersized (less than 40 cm) brown trout (Salmo trut
  64. Factors affecting early migration of sea trout Salmo trutta parr to brackish water
  65. Spawning of sea trout, Salmo trutta L., in brackish waters--lost effort or successful
  66. Effects of copper, pH and hardness on the critical swimming performance of rainbow tr
  67. Habitat requirements of Atlantic salmon and brown trout in rivers and streams
  68. Comparison of age-structured and length-converted catch curves of brown trout Salmo t
  69. Accumulation from water and depuration of 110mAg by a freshwater fish, salmo trutta L
  70. Influence of dietary PUFA content on cytochrome P450 and transferase activities in at
  71. The environmental estrogen, 4-nonylphenol modulates brain estrogen-receptor- and arom
  72. Female preference for male body size in brown trout, Salmo trutta: is big still fashi
  73. Spawning of anadromous rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss (Walbaum): a threat to sea
  74. Scale reading validation for estimating age from tagged fish recapture in a brown tro
  75. The effects of treated domestic sewage on three organs (gills, kidney, liver) of brow
  76. Toxicological effects of dehydroabietic acid (DHAA) on the trout, Salmo gairdneri Ric
  77. Innate abilities to distinguish between predator species and cue concentration in Atl
  78. Survival of Atlantic salmon captured in and released from a commercial trap-net: Pote
  79. Avoidance-preference reactions of rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri) after prolonged exp
  80. Invasion biology and ecological impacts of brown trout Salmo trutta in New Zealand
  81. Reversal of direction of swimming by rainbow trout (Salmo gairdnerii Richardson) on s
  82. Chinook salmon and rainbow trout catch and temperature distributions in Lake Ontario,
  83. The history and current status of Renibacterium salmoninarum, the causative agent of
  84. A review of homing and straying of wild and hatchery-produced salmon
  85. The Influence of Sex, Size, and Season on Mirex Levels within Selected Tissues of Lak
  86. Trade-off between growth rate and aggression in juvenile coho salmon, Oncorhynchus ki
  87. Complexation of copper in the effluent of a sewage treatment plant and an estimate of
  88. The regulation of stock characteristics in a simulated Atlantic salmon population
  89. Interactions between wild and cultured Atlantic salmon: a review of the Norwegian exp
  90. The potential interactions between salmon aquaculture and the wild stocks -- a review
  91. Predation on Pacific Salmon Eggs by Salmonids in a Tributary of Lake Ontario,
  92. The Effect of Temperature and Ration Size on the Growth, Body Composition, and Energy
  93. Handling-induced delay and downstream movement of adult chinook salmon in rivers
  94. Immunohistochemical localization of cytochrome P-450E in liver, gill and heart of scu
  95. A dose/response study of 2,3,7,8-TCDD in the rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri)
  96. Decline of brown trout (Salmo trutta) in Switzerland - How to assess potential causes
  97. Metallothionein and heavy metal levels in rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri) during expo
  98. Toxicity of kraft pulp mill effluent for larval and adult lobsters, and juvenile salm
  99. Studies of a fatal pollutant-induced hyperbilirubinaemia in spawning Atlantic salmon
  100. Are there physiological correlates of dominance in natural trout populations?
  101. The availability of cadmium to perfused rainbow trout gills in different water qualit
  102. Interactions of Atlantic salmon in the Pacific northwest environment: II. Organic was
  103. Regional synchrony in return rates of chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) in Japan in rel
  104. The status of wild and hatchery propagated Swedish salmon stocks after 40 years of ha
  105. Systemic, granulomatous hexamitosis of farmed Atlantic salmon: Interaction with wild
  106. Behavioural interaction and habitat use in juvenile chinook, Oncorhynchus tshawytscha
  107. Parasites of Norwegian freshwater salmonids and interactions with farmed salmon--a re
  108. Targeted stock identification using multilocus genotype `familyprinting'
  109. Absence of acclimation to parathion by rainbow trout during sublethal exposure
  110. Population Characteristics and Spawning Migration Dynamics of Pink Salmon in U.S. Wat
  111. Abundance of Spawning Pacific Salmon in Two Lake Superior Streams, 1981-1987,
  112. Multi-year effects of high densities of sockeye salmon spawners on juvenile salmon gr
  113. Retrospective bioeconomic analysis of Fraser River sockeye salmon fishery management
  114. Abundance, Size, and Recruitment of Pink Salmon (Oncorhynchus Gorbuscha) in Selected
  115. Origin of juvenile Pacific salmon recovered from coastal southeastern Alaska identifi
  116. Cumulative effects of multiple sources of bias in estimating spawner-recruit paramete
  117. Distribution of non-native trout in Slovenia and their introgression with native trou
  118. Foraging site selection by juvenile coho salmon: ideal free distributions of unequal
  119. A perspective on the adaptive importance of genetic infrastructure in salmon populati
  120. The effects of the 1983 El Nino on Oregon's Coho (Oncorhynchus kisutch) and Chinook (
  121. Restocking of salmonids--opportunities and limitations
  122. Experimental evidence of homing to site of incubation by mature sockeye salmon, Oncor
  123. Migratory orientation and vertical movements of homing adult sockeye salmon, Oncorhyn
  124. Can the alternative male tactics `fighter' and `sneaker' be considered `coercer' and
  125. Salmon farming
  126. Effects of a tanker accident and an oil blowout in Bristol Bay, Alaska, on returning
  127. Mortality of coho salmon caught and released using sport tackle in the Little Susitna
  128. Atlantic salmon at Greenland
  129. Pacific salmon in the coastal waters of Central British Columbia, Canada
  130. The toxicity of various mining flotation reagents to rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri)
  131. The effect of arsenic on embrional development of rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri, RIC
  132. Diet Composition and Feeding Periodicity of Wild and Hatchery Subyearling Chinook Sal
  133. Patterns of homing and straying in southern British Columbia coded-wire tagged chinoo
  134. Interactions of Atlantic salmon in the Pacific Northwest environment: III. Accumulati
  135. The prevalence, density and impact of Lepeophtheirus salmonis (Kroyer) infestation on
  136. Optimizing sampling effort within a systematic design for estimating abundant escapem
  137. Predation by fallfish (Semotilus corporalis) on Pacific salmon eggs in the Salmon Riv
  138. Management of salmonid fisheries in the British Isles: towards a practical approach b
  139. Quantitative electrofishing for juvenile salmon densities: assessment of the catchabi
  140. Comparative Diets of Subyearling Chinook Salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) and Steelh
  141. Over-winter Survival and Habitat Use by Juvenile Coho Salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) i
  142. Managing fisheries using genetic data: case studies from four species of Pacific salm
  143. Hydrologic regime and the conservation of salmon life history diversity
  144. Effects of three fungicides alone and in combination on glutathione S-transferase act
  145. Effects of Elevated Thermal Regimes on Survival of Rainbow Trout (Salmo Gairdneri) Al
  146. The acute toxicity of vanadium and copper to eyed eggs of rainbow trout (Salmo gairdn
  147. Bioaccumulation, distribution and retention of 63Ni2+ in the Brown trout (Salmo trutt
  148. Asymmetric Hybridization of Pink (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha) and Chinook (O. tshawytscha
  149. Toxic effects of hexavalent chromium on brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) and rainb
  150. Marine survival and distribution patterns of two Puget Sound hatchery populations of
  151. Effect of fluctuating exposures on the acute toxicity of ammonia to rainbow trout (Sa
  152. Interactions of Atlantic salmon in the Pacific Northwest: I. Salmon enhancement and t
  153. Interactions between natural and hatchery chinook salmon parr in a laboratory stream
  154. Partial segregation in the timing of migration of Atlantic salmon of different ages
  155. The toxicity of jet fuels to fish--II: The toxicity of JP-8 to flagfish (Jordanella f
  156. Living in the fast lane: effects of cost of locomotion on foraging behaviour in juven
  157. Experiments using Daphnia to measure landfill leachate toxicity
  158. Oceanic migration in homing Atlantic salmon
  159. The influence of predation risk on the feeding motivation and foraging strategy of ju
  160. Downstream Migration, Population Size, and Feeding of Juvenile Rainbow Trout,
  161. Differential responses of kin and nonkin salmon to patterns of water flow: does recir
  162. Acute and chronic toxicity of lead to rainbow trout salmo gairdneri, in hard and soft
  163. Effect of the lamprey larvicide TFM (3-trifluoromethyl-4-nitrophenol) on embryonic de
  164. Metabolic rate, social status and life-history strategies in Atlantic salmon
  165. Can juvenile Atlantic salmon use multiple cue systems in spatial learning?
  166. Estimation of optimum gill net mesh size for maximum yield in an exploited population
  167. Temperature effect on the elimination of pentachlorophenol, hexachlorobenzene and mir
  168. Reproductive behavioural sequences of single pairs of Atlantic salmon in an experimen
  169. Managing the exploitation of migratory salmonids
  170. Sneaky feeding by salmon in sympatry with dominant brown trout
  171. Sympatric association influences within-species dominance relations among juvenile At
  172. The influence of starvation on waterborne zinc accumulation by rainbow trout, Salmo g
  173. Seasonal changes in sheltering: effect of light and temperature on diel activity in j
  174. Effect of maternal and paternal line on spatial and temporal marine distribution in A
  175. Three-dimensional microhabitat use by young pool-dwelling Atlantic salmon and brown t
  176. The relative influence of prior residency and dominance on the early feeding behaviou
  177. Effets du chrome hexavalent sur les fonctions de la bordure en brosse de l'intestin d
  178. Familiarity influences body darkening in territorial disputes between juvenile salmon
  179. Impact of tagging with coded wire tags on marine survival of wild Atlantic salmon (Sa
  180. Spatial distribution of Atlantic salmon parr (Salmo salar L.) and bullhead (Cottus go
  181. Downstream migratory behavior of hatchery-reared, radio-tagged Atlantic salmon (Salmo
  182. Migration of wild and reared Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) in the river Simojoki,
  183. Records of post-smolt Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L., in the Faroe-Shetland Channel
  184. Comparative performance of native and non-native strains of Atlantic salmon (Salmo sa
  185. Ontogenetic learning of predator recognition in hatchery-reared Atlantic salmon, Salm
  186. Juvenile recruitment and smolt output of brown trout (Salmo trutta L.) and Atlantic s
  187. The expression of CYP1A, vitellogenin and zona radiata proteins in Atlantic salmon (S
  188. Seasonal differences in the origin of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) in the Norwegi
  189. The impact of marine fish predation on Atlantic salmon smolts (Salmo salar) in the Ta
  190. Paralytic shellfish poisoning toxins induce xenobiotic metabolising enzymes in Atlant
  191. Preliminary aquarium observations of the schooling behaviour of Atlantic salmon, Salm
  192. Differences in sea migration between wild and reared Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.)
  193. Metabolism and organ distribution of nonylphenol in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar)
  194. Addition of NaOH, limestone slurry and finegrained limestone to acidified lake water
  195. A history of identification to continent of origin of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.
  196. Bioenergetic modelling of the marine phase of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.)
  197. Environmental estrogens interact with and modulate the properties of plasma sex stero
  198. The effects of fixed salmon Salmo salar nets on guillemot Uria aalge and razorbill Al
  199. Precision of diving and canoe-based visual estimates of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar)
  200. Hydroacoustic monitoring of fish in sea cages: target strength (TS) measurements on A
  201. Using otolith microchemistry to distinguish Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) parr from d
  202. Cormorant impact on trout (Salmo trutta) and salmon (Salmo salar) migrating from the
  203. Gill ventilation frequency and mortality of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) exposed
  204. Behaviour of gill-net and rod-captured Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) during upstre
  205. An ecophysiological comparison of wild and hatchery-raised Atlantic salmon (Salmo sal
  206. Inflammatory and regenerative responses in salmonids following mechanical tissue dama
  207. Chemical use in salmon aquaculture: A review of current practices and possible enviro
  208. Assessing topical treatment interventions on Scottish salmon farms using a sea lice (
  209. Development of gas bubble disease in juvenile Atlantic salmon exposed to water supers
  210. Salmon-derived nitrogen delivery and storage within a gravel bed: Sediment and water
  211. Survival and iono-regulatory performance in Atlantic salmon smolts is not affected by
  212. Growth, flesh adiposity and fatty acid composition of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) f