smolt


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smolt

a young salmon at the stage when it migrates from fresh water to the sea
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This paper calls for the Council to defer to the biological expertise of regional fishery experts, as required by the Act,(30) and to adopt smolt travel time objectives.
The average condition factor for the fry-parr stages was 0.96; for the pre-smolt 1.03 and 0.76 for the smolt stage (Fig.
He does say that he can catch fish anywhere and he was proudly displaying a wee Smolt to prove his point.
2006: Long-term changes in the smolt size and age of Atlantic salmon, Salmo salar L., in a northern Baltic river related to parr density, growth opportunity and postsmolt survival.
This capacity, in addition to its own smolt production, will enable GSF Rogaland to reduce sea production time down to 12 months.
The procedure for deploying PERs was 1) activation of GPS transponders/GoPro cameras (30 sec/PER), 2) attachment of the salmon smolt to predation timers (1 min/timer), 3) release of PERs (1 min/PER), 4) transit of PER through study site (45 min.
A putative juvenile (recently metamorphosed) River Lamprey was collected at the John Day Dam smolt bypass facility on 28 May 2013 from a sample time frame of 13:00 to 07:00.
The coin, which features a salmon and smolt, is the work of designer Emmet Mullins and is a modern take on the 1928 floirin by Percy Metcalfe.
mykiss smolt production in some California coastal streams where a lack of habitat complexity, low pool volumes, low food availability, and excessive water temperatures may all act to reduce rearing success (e.g., Harvey et al.
8 February 2010 - Regin Jacobsen, CEO of leading Faroese farmed salmon producer Bakkafrost, expects the Faroese farming industry will harvest rather less quantities in 2010 as fewer smolt were put out into the sea in 2008 compared to 2007.
Among the stages of the trip are swim-up fry, stream predators, Wooley Creek Refuge, a smolt in the estuary, shark strike, salmon trollers, homing, and spawning.