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Title: Progress Report December 1994
Author: Atlantic Salmon Trust
Document Type: Monograph
This report is the The Atlantic Salmon Trust (AST) winter progress report of 1994. It provides information about AST initiatives, news, projects, NRA research review, financial statements and AST publications of 1994. Articles included in this report are: "National Rivers Authority research and development review" by Jeremy Read; "Atlantic salmon population management: maximising progeny numbers from natural and artificial spawning" by John Webb (Marine Laboratory, Aberdeen); "aquatic predators and their prey: international conference report" by John Webb; "deadlier than the male: do women really make more successful salmon anglers than men, an can analysis of catch records provide an answer?" by Gordon W. Smith; "Bladnoch salmon radio tracking Program 1994: summary of provisional results" by Ewan Campbell-Lendrum and Dr. Alastair Stephen; "stock transfers, home grown is best" by Dr. E. Verspoor; "an Atlantic salmon returning to Scottish waters to spawn for a fourth time" by R.I.G. Morgan and D.C. Stewart; "review of scientific literature on salmon" by Derek Mills.
Publisher: Atlantic Salmon Trust
Publication Date: 1994
Publication Place: Pitlochry
Subject Keywords: Salmon fisheriesFishery managementFishery policiesAnglingSpawningLife cycleGeneticsPredator prey relationsCatchesTelemetry
Geographic Keywords: United Kingdom
Taxonomic Keywords: Salmo salarSalmonidae
Extent: 44
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