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We evaluated the effect of emptying techniques of a pontoon trap on mortality of Atlantic salmon on their spawning migration along the Finnish coast of the northern Baltic Sea by tagging and releasing fish from commercial trap nets. Two methods currently used, a traditional emptying chute and a...
The growth of aquaculture sector in Kenya has been anchored on farmed Nile tilapia Oreochromis niloticus. Different strains of the species exist in Kenya with unknown quality due to lack of stock improvement programmes coupled by variations in breeding and management practices in different...
Wild fish utilise aquaculture habitats for shelter and/or food resources. It is often assumed that fish respond to feed input, the abundance of the farmed species or the associated assemblage of biofouling which naturally colonises the structural habitats. However, few studies have directly...
The once abundant delta smelt Hypomesus transpacificus is now on the verge of extinction. At the UC Davis Fish Conservation and Culture Laboratory, a refuge population has been maintained since 2008 as a safeguard against extinction and to breed and provide fish for research. Due to artificial...
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