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Title: Atlantic Salmon Trust Summer Journal 2008
Author: Atlantic Salmon Trust
Document Type: Monograph
Atlantic Salmon Trust Summer Journal 2008 is one of the two AST periodicals published in 2008. It contains regular AST news items in addition to financial information, book reviews and AST publications. Articles included in this journal are: "SALSEA Progress Report" by Martin Windsor, Secretary of NASCO; "The natural re-colonisation of a tributary inaccessible to salmon for 127 years: genetic analysis tells the story" by Anna Finnegan and Jamie Stevens, from School of Bioscience, University of Exeter; "Tracing the Geographical Origin of Sea Trout using Scale Chemistry" by A. Ramsay, Dr. I. McCarthy and Prof. R. Hughes from Bangor University; Dr. N. M. Milner from APEM Ltd. and I. Davidson from Environment Agency; "Floods, hais and traps: a night of counting salmon smolts at the East Stoke Salmon Research Falicity" by Dr. A. Ibbotson from CEH, Wallingford; "Red Vent Syndrome (RVS) in Wild Atlantic Salmon: an update on research and monitoring in Scotland" by P. Noguera, D.W. Bruno, C.C. Perts (FRS Marine Laboratory, Aberdeen) and J. Webb (Atlantic Salmon Trust); "Thin Grilse, the tip of an iceberg" by P.J. Bacon, S.C.F. Palmer, J.C. MacLean, G.W.Smith and B.D. Whyte; "Spring fishing report 2008: Scotland" by Andrew Graham-Stewart, PR Consultant and AST Member and "Paddlers on the River Spey: guidance for anglers" by Spey Fishery Board.
Publisher: Atlantic Salmon Trust
Publication Date: 2008
Publication Place: Pitlochry
Subject Keywords: FisheriesSalmon fisheriesHabitat improvementPopulation distributionGeographical distributionScalesFish diseases
Geographic Keywords: United Kingdom
Taxonomic Keywords: Salmo salarSalmo truttaSalmonidae
Extent: 39
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