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Title: The interpretation of rod and net catch data
Author: Atlantic Salmon Trust
Document Type: Monograph
Annotation: Proceedings of a workshop held at the Centre for Environment, fisheries and Aquaculture Science, Lowestoft, on 6-7 November 2001
This report gathers the main ideas and proceedings of a workshop held at the Centre for Environment, Fisheries; and Aquaculture Science, Lowestoft, on 6-7 November 2001. They show some of the ways in which catch statistics can be used alone, and in combination with other information, to help safeguard the future of our salmon resources. Research publications included in the report are: "Reliability of Reported Catch Data" by E.C.E. Potter; "The Significance and Interpretation of Net Catch Data" by N. O Maoilideigh, E.C.L. Potter, P. McGinnity, K.F. Whelan, A. Cullen, D. McLaughlin and I. McDermott; "Factors Affecting Rod Catches - Catchability" by R.G.J. Shelton; "The use of Rod Catches to Estimate Salmon Runs in England & Wales" by N.J. Milner, I.C. Davidson, R.E. Evans, V. Locke and R.J. Wyatt; "The Relationship Between Salmon Rod Catch, Stock Size, Rod Exploitation and Rod Effort on the Erriff Fishery, Western Ireland" by P.Gargan, J. Stafford and N.O. Maoileidigh; "Catch as a Predictor of Salmon Stock in the Burrishoole Fishery. Co Mayo, Western Ireland" by K.F. Whelan, B. J. Whelan and G. Rogan; "Relationship between Catches. Rod Exploitation and Total Run of Atlantic salmon in the River Drammenselv, Norway" by L.P. Hansen and "Use of Rod Catch Data in Assessing Trends in Relative Abundance" by J.C. MacLean, A. F. Youngson and R.J. Fryer.
Publisher: Atlantic Salmon Trust
Publication Date: 2001
Publication Place: Pitlochry
Subject Keywords: Salmon fisheriesFishery managementCatchesFishery statistics
Geographic Keywords: United KingdomEurope
Taxonomic Keywords: Salmo salarSalmonidae
Extent: 107
Total file downloads: 215

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