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Atlantic salmon monitoring and research in the Tana river system

@inproceedings{Johansen2008AtlanticSM,
  title={Atlantic salmon monitoring and research in the Tana river system},
  author={Morten Johansen and Jaakko Erkinaro and Eero Niemel{\"a} and Tor G. Heggberget and Sturla Br{\o}rs},
  year={2008}
}

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