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Biodiversity and Population Structure
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Management of salmonid fisheries in the British Isles: towards a practical approach based on population genetics
The evidence for structuring of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) and brown trout (Salmo trutta) into distinct reproductive populations and for genetic differentiation and local adaptation is compelling.Expand
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Evaluation of genetic impact of aquaculture activities on native populations
Institute of Marine Research, PO. Box 1870, 5817 Bergen, Norway Istituto Centrale per la Ricerca scientifica e tecnologica Applicata al Mare (ICRAM), Ital Universidad de Oviedo (UOVE), Spain TheExpand
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Atlantic salmon colonization of the Russian Arctic coast: pioneers from North America
Previous studies of the ESTD* isozyme locus in the Atlantic salmon show the *80 allele to be absent across the species' European range, with the exception of northern Russia, whereas the allele isExpand
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The Atlantic Salmon
Salmon are opportunistic, phenotypically plastic generalists that have highly variable life history strategies within species, notably through variable developmental rates. Nineteenth centuryExpand
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Natural Hybridization between Arctic Char (Salvelinus alpinus) and Brook Trout (S. fontinalis): Evidence from Northern Labrador
Electrophoretic analysis of successive samples of Salvelinus collected in the Fraser River watershed of northern Labrador in 1984 and 1986 revealed the existence of natural hybrids between ArcticExpand
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Genetic determination of the contribution of stocked and wild Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L., to the angling fisheries in two Spanish rivers
From 1983 to 1986 the Rivers As6n and Nansa (northern Spain) were stocked with over 100 000 eyed ova year-' from a Scottish hatchery in an effort to increase angling catches of Atlantic salmon. AnExpand
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Modelling the migration of post-smolt Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) in the Northeast Atlantic
The migration of post-smolt Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) during their first 4 months at sea in the Northeast Atlantic was simulated using an individual-based model that combined a particle-trackingExpand
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