Diseases of wild sea trout in Scotland in relation to fish population decline

  title={Diseases of wild sea trout in Scotland in relation to fish population decline},
  author={A. Mcvicar and L. Sharp and A. Walker and A. Pike},
  journal={Fisheries Research},
  • A. Mcvicar, L. Sharp, +1 author A. Pike
  • Published 1993
  • Biology
  • Fisheries Research
  • Abstract Sea trout cathceshave been unusually low in recent years in some areas of Scotland, particularly parts of the west coast, coincident with a decline in sea trout catches and stocks in parts of western Ireland. The causes of the widespread decline are at present unknown and are being investigated but climatic as well as biological influences are likely to be involved. A wide variety of pathologies has been detected in sampled sea trout, particularly in the kidney, liver, and heart but… CONTINUE READING
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