A functional model for maximum growth of Atlantic Salmon parr, Salmo salar, from two populations in northwest England

@inproceedings{Elliott1997AFM,
  title={A functional model for maximum growth of Atlantic Salmon parr, Salmo salar, from two populations in northwest England},
  author={J. Malcolm Elliott and Margaret Anne Hurley},
  year={1997}
}
1. The chief objective was to develop a functional model for the growth of parr (0+, 1+) of Atlantic Salmon, Salmo salar, from two populations (Rivers Leven and Lune in northwest England), using a model similar to that developed previously for Brown Trout, Salmo trutta. Parr bred from Leven parents were acclimatized to nine fairly constant temperatures (two 0+, two 1+ parr per temperature) in the range 3·8–21·7 °C (variation ± 0·3 at 3·8 °C to ± 1·0 at 21·7 °C). Each fish was kept in a separate… CONTINUE READING

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