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  1. ASF Rivernotes - Death on a NL River Brings Conversation to Chest Waders - Aug15
  2. News from the Atlantic Salmon Federation - May 23, 2013
  3. Wild Salmon Survival in the Balance – 1% may be the Crucial Tipping Point
  4. Better vaccines for tackling disease in fish farming
  5. The influence of non-native salmonids on circulating hormone concentrations in juveni
  6. Development of external and neutrally buoyant acoustic transmitters for juvenile salm
  7. Reproductive timing phenotypes in female salmon: true alternatives or extreme variant
  8. Test and application of a non-destructive photo-method investigating the parasitic st
  9. Use of otolith chemistry to discriminate juvenile Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawy
  10. Physiological impairment of adult sockeye salmon in fresh water after simulated captu
  11. Restoration versus recolonisation: The origin of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) cur
  12. The spatial scale of competition from recruits on an older cohort in Atlantic salmon
  13. Hydropower
  14. Live chilling of Atlantic salmon: physiological response to handling and temperature
  15. Intraspecific polymorphism of mitochondrial cytochrome b gene fragment of the chum sa
  16. Physiological and molecular endocrine changes in maturing wild sockeye salmon, Oncorh
  17. Channel processes on the spawning Kerbi and Nimelen rivers (Lower-Amur Region)
  18. The genetic population structure of lacustrine sockeye salmon, Oncorhynchus nerka, in
  19. Genomic Resources for Sea Lice: Analysis of ESTs and Mitochondrial Genomes
  20. The Effectiveness of Publicity versus Advertising: A Meta-Analysis
  21. Implantation of cocoa butter reduces egg and hatchling size in Salmo trutta
  22. Defining marine habitat of juvenile Chinook salmon, Oncorhynchus tshawytscha, and coh
  23. Lack of trophic competition among wild and hatchery juvenile chum salmon during early
  24. Do fall additions of salmon carcasses benefit food webs in experimental streams?
  25. Analysis of gene origin in the first adult returns to the Cultus sockeye salmon capti
  26. Behavioural and physiological responses of brook trout Salvelinus fontinalis to midwi
  27. Highly fluorescing solid DNA-cationic polyelectrolyte complexes prepared from a natur
  28. Effect of Temperature and Time on the Stability of Salmon Skin Oil During Storage
  29. Urticaria and dermographism in patients with adult-onset Still’s disease
  30. Comparative molecular characterization of the regucalcin (RGN) gene in rainbow trout
  31. Characterisation of a novel paralog of scavenger receptor class B member I (SCARB1) i
  32. Bibliometric analysis of diadromous fish research from 1970s to 2010: a case study of
  33. Overview of salmon stock enhancement in southeast Alaska and compatibility with maint
  34. Cerebral gene expression and neurobehavioural development after perinatal exposure to
  35. Hypotheses concerning the decline and poor recovery of Pacific herring in Prince Will
  36. Genetic architecture of body weight, condition factor and age of sexual maturation in
  37. Feeding of wild and hatchery reared Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) smolts during do
  38. Blessing the Salmon: Archaeological Evidences of the Transition to Intensive Fishing
  39. The spatiotemporal expression of multiple coho salmon ovarian connexin genes and thei
  40. Genotype-specific responses in Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) subject to dietary fish
  41. Selenoneine, total selenium, and total mercury content in the muscle of fishes
  42. Spatial and trophic overlap of marked and unmarked Columbia River Basin spring Chinoo
  43. Evidence for competition at sea between Norton Sound chum salmon and Asian hatchery c
  44. Oxidative Stability of Polyunsaturated Edible Oils Mixed With Microcrystalline Cellul
  45. Foreign brown trout in protected landscapes as a consequence of connectivity
  46. Strategies for reducing the ecological risks of hatchery programs: Case studies from
  47. Genetic differentiation between collections of hatchery and wild masu salmon (Oncorhy
  48. Structural Relaxation of Salmon Gelatin Films in the Glassy State
  49. The occurrence and run timing of naturally spawning chum salmon in northern Japan
  50. Rapid expansion of an enhanced stock of chum salmon and its impacts on wild populatio
  51. Enhanced transfection of cell lines from Atlantic salmon through nucoleofection and a
  52. Something smells fishy: predator-naïve salmon use diet cues, not kairomones, to recog
  53. aquaculture facilitates salmonid invasions
  54. Rapid growth of Atlantic salmon juveniles in captivity may indicate poor performance
  55. Seven Bulletins published by River Dee Biologists
  56. Habitat requirements of Atlantic salmon and brown trout in rivers and streams
  57. Environmental enrichment reduces maladaptive risk-taking behavior in salmon reared fo
  58. Weir removal in salmonid streams: implications, challenges and practicalities
  59. Effects of marine survival, precocity and other life history traits on the cost-benef
  60. Possible reasons for late summer brown trout mortality in Austrian river systems
  61. Effect of hatchery rearing and environmental factors on the survival, growth and migr
  62. Five year trends in the egg-thiamine status of Atlantic salmon from the St. Marys Riv
  63. The consequences of angling; beach seinING; and confinement on the physiology; Post-R
  64. Temperature requirements of Atlantic salmon .... predicting effects of climate change
  65. A review of the likely effects of climate change on anadromous Atlantic salmon
  66. Catching the prey: Sampling juvenile fish and invertebrate prey fields of juvenile co
  67. By region impact of escaped farmed salmon on wild salmon stocks in Norway
  68. A survey of pathogens and metazoan parasites on wild sea trout in Scottish Waters
  69. Corrigendum to “Estrogenic effect of dioxin-like aryl hydrocarbon receptor (AhR) agon
  70. Alder cover drives nitrogen availability in Kenai lowland headwater streams, Alaska
  71. Density-dependent growth and implications for dispersal of juvenille Atlantic salmon
  72. Determinants of multiple central-place territory use in wild young Atlantic salmon
  73. Acute and chronic increases in predation risk affect the territorial behaviour of juv
  74. Detrimental effects of recent ocean surface warming on Atlantic salmon growth.
  75. A study of lower jaw dentition of wild Atlantic salmon life throughout its life cycle
  76. Does catch-and-release angling alter the migratory behaviour of Atlantic salmon?
  77. The recruitment of Atlantic salmon in Europe
  78. Escaped farmed Atlantic salmon replace the original salmon stock in the River Vosso
  79. Assessing barotrauma in neutrally and negatively buoyant juvenile salmonids exposed t
  80. Genetic and ecological effects of salmon farming on wild salmon
  81. Loss of regional population structure in Atlantic salmon, following stocking
  82. Impact of catch-and-release practices on behavior and mortality of Atlantic salmon (S
  83. Using an unplanned experiment to evaluate the effects of hatcheries and environmental
  84. Majority of age-3 Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) in Lake Ontario were wild
  85. Migration performance of wild and hatchery sea trout (Salmo trutta L.) smolts—Implica
  86. Breeding games and dimorphism in male salmon
  87. Chinook salmon and rainbow trout catch and temperature distributions in Lake Ontario
  88. Bioenergetic modelling of the marine phase of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.)
  89. Predation by fallfish (Semotilus corporalis) on Pacific salmon eggs in the Salmon Riv
  90. Effects of tributyltin on salmon interrenal CYP11?, steroidogenic factor-1 and glucoc
  91. Live-capture of grey seals in a modified salmon trap
  92. Integration of natural and artificial markers in a mixed stock analysis of Chinook sa
  93. Can the lost migratory Salmo trutta stocks be compensated with resident trout stocks
  94. A tool to identify pink salmon (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha)×Chinook salmon (O. tshawytsch
  95. Exposure of pink salmon embryos to dissolved polynuclear aromatic hydrocarbons delays
  96. Migratory salmonid redd habitat characteristics in the Salmon River, New York
  97. Using redd counts to estimate salmonids spawner abundances: A Bayesian modelling appr
  98. Retrospective bioeconomic analysis of Fraser River sockeye salmon fishery management
  99. Response relationships between juvenile salmon and an autonomous sensor in turbulent
  100. Evaluating an ecosystem service provided by Atlantic salmon, sea trout and other fish
  101. Cormorant impact on trout (Salmo trutta) and salmon (Salmo salar) migrating from the
  102. Thiamine and Fatty Acid Content of Lake Michigan Chinook Salmon
  103. Do native species limit survival of reintroduced Atlantic salmon in historic rearing
  104. Optimizing sampling effort within a systematic design for estimating abundant escapem
  105. The prevalence, density and impact of Lepeophtheirus salmonis (Krøyer) infestation on
  106. Ontogenetic learning of predator recognition in hatchery-reared Atlantic salmon, Salm
  107. Decline of brown trout (Salmo trutta) in Switzerland – How to assess potential causes
  108. Estrogenic effect of dioxin-like aryl hydrocarbon receptor (AhR) agonist (PCB congene
  109. Marine survival of reared Atlantic salmon in the Baltic Sea: The effect of smolt trai
  110. Genetic variation at the mtDNA ND-1 locus among North American wild and hatchery brow
  111. The determination of maternal run time in juvenile Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshaw
  112. Female preference for male body size in brown trout, Salmo trutta: is big still fashi
  113. Regional synchrony in return rates of chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) in Japan in rel
  114. An integrated comparison of captive-bred and wild Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar): Impl
  115. Sea growth of anadromous brown trout (Salmo trutta)
  116. Predictability in a small commercial Atlantic salmon fishery in western Newfoundland
  117. Smolting of sea trout (Salmo trutta L.) in northern Norway
  118. Temporal and environmental influences on the variation in sea trout (Salmo trutta L.)
  119. The migratory behaviour of wild sea trout smolts in the estuary of the River Conwy
  120. Genetic differentiation in hatchery and wild sea trout (Salmo trutta) in the Southern
  121. Factors affecting early migration of sea trout Salmo trutta parr to brackish water
  122. Migration performance of wild and hatchery sea trout (Salmo trutta L.) smolts--Implic
  123. Effect of smolt age, sex and environmental conditions on sea age at first maturity of
  124. Spawning of sea trout, Salmo trutta L., in brackish waters--lost effort or successful
  125. Cost-benefit analysis for improving salmonid spawning habitat in the River Wye
  126. Is the level of aggression and dispersion in territorial fish dependent on light inte
  127. Specifying divergent migrations in the concept of stock: the contingent hypothesis
  128. Salmonid Spawning Runs and Estimated Ova Production in Normandale Creek of Lake Erie,
  129. Species of Gyrodactylus (Platyhelminthes, Monogenea) on salmonids in Sweden
  130. Management of habitat for rehabilitation and enhancement of salmonid stocks
  131. Relationship of biotic and abiotic factors to recruitment patterns in Margaritifera m
  132. Heterosis and outbreeding depression: a multi-locus model and an application to salmo
  133. Phenotype management: a new approach to habitat restoration
  134. Predicting output of ammonium from fish farms
  135. Complementary uses of ecological and biochemical genetic data in identifying and cons
  136. Toxicity of sodium selenite to rainbow trout fry
  137. Population Characteristics of Adult Pink Salmon in Two Minnesota Tributaries to Lake
  138. Modelling the impact of disease-induced mortality on the population size of wild salm
  139. Effects of oil exposure on pink salmon, Oncorhynchus gorbuscha, alevins in a simulate
  140. Spawning Migration of Great Lakes Pink Salmon (Oncorhynchus Gorbuscha): Size and Sex
  141. Rule curves for irrigation drawdown and kokanee salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) egg to fr
  142. Female colour and male choice in sockeye salmon: implications for the phenotypic conv
  143. Sources of evidence for salmon in the diet of seals
  144. Factors affecting marine growth of Bristol Bay sockeye salmon
  145. The benefits and costs of the management program for natural sockeye salmon stocks in
  146. International management of Atlantic salmon -- the role of NASCO
  147. Size-assortative mating in salmonids: negative evidence for pink salmon in natural co
  148. Biological interactions of natural and enhanced stocks of salmon in Alaska
  149. Pink Salmon Populations in the U.S. Waters of Lake Superior, 1981-1984,
  150. Long-term effects of treated domestic wastewater on brown trout
  151. FISH-LIFT: a device for sampling live fish with trawls
  152. Survival and growth to reproductive maturity of Coho salmon following embryonic expos
  153. Changes in a remnant of salmon gum Eucalyptus salmonophloia and York gum E. loxophleb
  154. Salmon and herring school detection in shallow waters using sidescan sonars
  155. Impacts of log storage upon epilimnetic dissolved oxygen and juvenile sockeye salmon
  156. Breeding games and dimorphism in male salmon
  157. Monitoring Energetic Status of Lake Michigan Chinook Salmon Using Water Content as a
  158. Molecular and cellular biomarker responses to pesticide exposure in juvenile chinook
  159. Do Pacific salmon (Oncorhynchus spp.) steal bait from surface longlines at sea?
  160. Parasites of Pacific Salmon, Oncorhynchus spp., from the Great Lakes,
  161. The determination of maternal run time in juvenile Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshaw
  162. Results of Bayesian methods depend on details of implementation: an example of estima
  163. Is Trypanoplasma Salmositica Present in Lake Ontario Salmonids?,
  164. Mass spectrometric profiling - A diagnostic tool in fish?
  165. Toxicities of total and chelex-labile cadmium to salmon in solutions of natural water
  166. Relationships Between Chlorinated Hydrocarbon Concentrations and Rearing Mortality of
  167. Relationships Among Concentrations of Individual Polychlorinated Biphenyl (PCB) Conge
  168. Application of laser ablation ICPMS to trace the environmental history of chum salmon
  169. The foraging and antipredator behaviour of growth-enhanced transgenic Atlantic salmon
  170. Influence of kraft mill effluent on the flavor of salmon flesh
  171. Embryonic Mortality, Bioassay Derived 2,3,7,8-tetrachlorodibenzo-p-dioxin Equivalents
  172. Majority of age-3 Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) in Lake Ontario were wild
  173. Effects of copper-zinc mining pollution on a spawning migration of atlantic salmon
  174. Sex and Year Comparisons of Lake Superior Pink Salmon (Oncorhynchus Gorbuscha) Adipos
  175. Phototactic behaviour of emerging sockeye salmon fry
  176. Stocking sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) in barren lakes of Alaska: effects on th
  177. Using an unplanned experiment to evaluate the effects of hatcheries and environmental
  178. Content and Chemical Form of Mercury and Selenium in Lake Ontario Salmon and Trout
  179. Homing behaviour of displaced stream-dwelling brown trout
  180. Different toxic mechanisms in kraft pulp mill effluent for two aquatic animals
  181. Bycatches of common guillemot (Uria aalge) in the Baltic Sea gillnet fishery
  182. Spatial integration of freshwater fish markets in the Northern Baltic Sea area
  183. Effect of pH on toxicity of kraft pulp and paper mill effluent to salmonid fish in fr
  184. Social dynamics in salmonid fishes: do kin make better neighbours?
  185. Estrogenic effect of dioxin-like aryl hydrocarbon receptor (AhR) agonist (PCB congene
  186. Long-term sublethal and short-term high dose effects of physically and chemically dis
  187. The biokinetic behavior of 95mTc in juvenile Coho Salmon, Oncorhynchus kisutch (Walba
  188. Xenobiotic metabolizing enzyme activity in sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) during
  189. Swedish Baltic Sea fisheries during 1868-1913: Spatio-temporal dynamics of catch and
  190. Induction of heme oxygenase in fish by heavy metals, phenylhydrazine and high lipid d
  191. Experience and social environment influence the ability of young brown trout to forag
  192. Bror Jonsson, Homing of Atlantic salmon: effects of juvenile learning on transplanted
  193. Distribution, abundance and growth of juvenile salmonids off the coast of Oregon and
  194. Estimation of rates of migration, exploitation and survival using tag recovery data f
  195. Use of otolith microstructure to study life history of juvenile chinook salmon in the
  196. Cross-reactivity of monoclonal antibodies against peptide 277-294 of rainbow trout CY
  197. Diet of Burbot in Green Bay and Western Lake Michigan With Comparison to Other Waters
  198. Potential factors controlling the population viability of newly introduced endangered
  199. Effects of an environmental perturbation on the social behaviour and physiological fu
  200. Sea Lamprey Control in Lake Champlain,
  201. Maternal transfer of bioactive polychlorinated aromatic hydrocarbons in spawning chin
  202. Lethal response by atlantic salmon parr to some polyoxyethylated cationic and nonioni
  203. Metabolic conversion of cyclohexane by Pacific salmon microsomal preparations
  204. Acute toxicity and behavioral responses of coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) and shi
  205. Impaired health of juvenile Pacific salmon migrating through contaminated estuaries
  206. Ulcerative dermal necrosis (UDN) in wild salmonids
  207. A theoretical evaluation of the carrying capacity of Prince William Sound, Alaska, fo
  208. Assessment of trophic-level responses and coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) producti
  209. Biological mechanisms enabling sympatry between salmonids with special reference to s
  210. How large-capacity hatcheries can alter interannual variability of Salmon production
  211. Thiamine and Fatty Acid Content of Lake Michigan Chinook Salmon,
  212. Movements of male sockeye salmon, Oncorhynchus nerka, on spawning grounds: effects of
  213. An epidemiological study of furunculosis in salmon propagation in Japanese rivers
  214. Escapement goals for sockeye salmon with informative prior probabilities based on hab
  215. The relationship between the dispersion of salmon fishing vessels and their catch
  216. Organochlorine and Heavy Metal Residues in Standard Fillets of Coho and Chinook Salmo
  217. Long-term trends in maximum size of sport-caught chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawyt
  218. The effect of group size on the foraging behaviour of juvenile coho salmon: reduction
  219. Chemosensory recognition of siblings in juvenile coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch)
  220. Contaminants and Trends in Fall Run Coho Salmon,
  221. Modeling the brain-pituitary-gonad axis in salmon
  222. Effects of kraft mill effluents on juvenile salmon production in laboratory streams
  223. The effects of body size and sexual dimorphism on the reproductive behaviour of socke
  224. A versatile net selectivity model, with application to Pacific salmon and freshwater
  225. Season- and size-dependent risk taking in juvenile coho salmon: experimental evaluati
  226. Interactions of Atlantic salmon in the Pacific Northwest: VI. A synopsis of the risk
  227. Survival of spring chinook salmon captured and released in a selective commercial fis
  228. Smolt-to-adult return rates of juvenile chinook salmon transported through the Snake-
  229. Female biased angling harvests of Atlantic salmon in Spain
  230. The survival of salmon (Salmo salar L.) and sea trout (S. trutta L.) in fresh and sal
  231. Evaluating an ecosystem service provided by Atlantic salmon, sea trout and other fish
  232. Laboratory Rat Experiments Show Consumption of Lake Ontario Salmon Causes Behavioral
  233. Effects of hook and release on Atlantic salmon in the River Alta, northern Norway
  234. Some physiological responses of rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri) to intermittent monoc
  235. Spatial and temporal migration of wild Atlantic salmon smolts determined from a video
  236. Histopathological and physiological responses of rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri richa
  237. Survival of reared Atlantic salmon and sea trout in relation to marine conditions of
  238. Laboratory experiment on survival, growth and tag retention following PIT injection i
  239. The acute effect of bunker C oil and an oil dispersant on: 1 Serum glucose, serum sod
  240. Marine survival of reared Atlantic salmon in the Baltic Sea: The effect of smolt trai
  241. Survival and development of sea trout, Salmo trutta (L.), eggs in Baltic Sea saltwate
  242. Effectiveness of Recommended Fat-Trimming Procedures on the Reduction of PCB and Mire
  243. The selection and limitations of phenol as a reference toxicant to detect differences
  244. An Investigation of Spinal Deformity of Trout (Salmo sp.) in the Brule River, Wiscons
  245. The Impacts of Atlantic Salmon Stocking on Rainbow Trout in Barnum House Creek, Lake
  246. Migration performance of wild and hatchery sea trout (Salmo trutta L.) smolts--Implic
  247. The natural control of salmon and trout populations in streams
  248. Variation in aggressive behaviour and growth rate between populations and migratory f
  249. The effect of metals and cyanide on fertilization in rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri)
  250. The effects of zinc on the cardiac and ventilatory rhythms of rainbow trout (Salmo Ga