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The Ocean Life of Atlantic Salmon Environmental and Biological Factors Influencing Survival

Edited By: Derek Mills
228 pages, 10 illus
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
The Ocean Life of Atlantic Salmon
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Comprises the combined contributions of expert climatologists, oceanographers, planktonologists, and marine and salmon biologists who clarify and discuss the environmental and biological factors affecting survival and propose target areas for future research and collaboration.


Contributors. Chapter 1. Introduction (Derek Mills). Chapter 2. Executive Summary (Peter Hutchinson and Derek Mills). Chapter 3. A Perspective on the Marine Survival of Atlantic Salmon (E.C.E. Potter and W.W. Crozier). Chapter 4. Description of Marine Growth Checks Observed on the Scales of Salmon Returning to Scottish Home Waters in 1997 (J.C. MacLean, G.W. Smith and B.D.M. Whyte). Chapter 5. Tracking Atlantic Salmon Post--Smolts in the Sea (A. Moore, G.L. Lacroix and J. Sturlaugsson). Chapter 6. Distribution and Possible Migration Routes of Post--Smolt Atlantic Salmon in the North--East Atlantic (Jens Christian Hoist, Richard Shelton, Marianne Holm and Lars Petter Hansen). Chapter 7. Distribution and Migration of Atlantic Salmon, Salmo salar L., in the Sea (Lars Petter Hansen and Jan Aarge Jacobsen). Chapter 8. Survival of Atlantic Salmon (Salmo salar L.) Related to Marine Climate (D.G. Reddin, J. Helbig, A. Thomas, B.G. Whitehouse and K.D. Friedland). Chapter 9. The NAO: The Demoninant Atmospheric Process Affecting Oceanic Variability in Home, Middle and Distant Waters of European Atlantic Salmon (R.R. Dickson and W.R. Turrell). Chapter 10. Changes in Ocean Climate and its General Effect on Fisheries: Examples from the North--West Atlantic (K.F. Drinkwater). Chapter 11. Historical and Potential Long--Term Climatic Change in the North Atlantic (Grant R. Bigg). Chapter 12. Long--Term Planktonic Variations and the Climate of the North Atlantic (Philip C. Reid and Benjamin Planque). Chapter 13. Feeding Habits of Atlantic Salmon at Different Life Stages at Sea (Jan Aarge Jacobsen and Lars Petter Hansen). Chapter 14. The Food and Feeding of Atlantic Salmon (Salmo salar L.) During Feeding and Spawning Migrations in Icelandic Coastal Waters (Johannes Sturlaugsson). Chapter 15. Problems Facing Salmon in the Sea -- Summing Up (A.D. Hawkins). Index.

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Edited By: Derek Mills
228 pages, 10 illus
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
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Anyone involved with commercial salmon fisheries needing to know everything they can about Atlantic salmon would find this book a good place to start. Fishing Boat World
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