The autumn and spring emigrations of juvenile Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L., from the Girnock Burn, Aberdeenshire, Scotland: environmental release of migration

@inproceedings{Youngson1983TheAA,
  title={The autumn and spring emigrations of juvenile Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L., from the Girnock Burn, Aberdeenshire, Scotland: environmental release of migration},
  author={Alan F. Youngson and Robert Jay Buck and Thomas H. Simpson and David W. Hay},
  year={1983}
}
Peaks in the emigratory activity of sexually immature, juvenile Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar, occur in autumn and early winter and in spring at the Girnock Burn in Aberdeenshire. Stream temperature is apparently without effect on the release of potentially emigrant fish from the stream. Migrants tend to leave the stream when stream discharge rate is elevated. Whereas downstream movements in autumn and the earlier part of the spring are made almost invariably when the stream's discharge rate is… CONTINUE READING

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