Capture severity, infectious disease processes and sex influence post-release mortality of sockeye salmon bycatch

@inproceedings{Teffer2017CaptureSI,
  title={Capture severity, infectious disease processes and sex influence post-release mortality of sockeye salmon bycatch},
  author={Amy K. Teffer and Scott G. Hinch and Kristi M. Miller and David Albert Patterson and Anthony Peter Farrell and Steven J Cooke and A L Bass and Petra Szekeres and Francis Juanes},
  booktitle={Conservation physiology},
  year={2017}
}
Bycatch is a common occurrence in heavily fished areas such as the Fraser River, British Columbia, where fisheries target returning adult Pacific salmon (Oncorhynchus spp.) en route to spawning grounds. The extent to which these encounters reduce fish survival through injury and physiological impairment depends on multiple factors including capture severity, river temperature and infectious agents. In an effort to characterize the mechanisms of post-release mortality and address fishery and… CONTINUE READING
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