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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Our results also suggest that migrating cormorants mostly miss the main smolt run in this area.
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.
En consecuencia, la dosis de calcio que presento la mayor proteccion es superior a la recomendada por Rosseland (1999) lo que se atribuiria a que utilizo peces de tamano smolt, mientras que en este trabajo se utilizaron alevines recien eclosionados de 0,1 g de peso, que son mas vulnerables al efecto toxico del aluminio.
mykiss in Topanga Creek appear to grow quickly, rapidly attaining a size favorable for smolt survival or for resident fish to reach sexual maturity.
In 2009 a larger number of smolt has been put into the sea again, so the quantities of salmon in 2011 should be at least at the same level as in 2009", said Jacobsen.
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.
Smolt are temporarily grown in these lakes to accelerate their growth before they are transported to cages in the sea where the salmon will reach adult stages.
Grilse, kelt, parr and smolt are all terms for which fish during various stages of development?