Migrating Salmon Face a Triple Challenge
Gill-net fisheries in Greenland, Labrador and at St-Pierre et Miquelon are now growing threats to Atlantic salmon.
The Atlantic Salmon Federation (ASF) report that several gill-net fisheries are now threatening salmon populations, and genetic studies are showing which rivers and regions are paying the price.
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