Gibson, John and Haedrich, Richard
Life history tactics of Atlantic salmon in Newfoundland.
Freshwater Forum, 26,
Popular articles about the Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) usually state that ‘the Atlantic salmon is an anadromous species’, e.g. publications by the Atlantic Salmon Federation (North America), Atlantic Salmon Trust (UK), and WWF (World Wildlife Fund), and the life history is depicted as migration of juveniles from fresh water to the marine environment, with a return to where the fish were born as spawning adults. This article reviews the life history tactics of Atlantic salmon in Newfoundland.
||Life history tactics of Atlantic salmon in Newfoundland
|Gibson, John |
|Haedrich, Richard |
|Journal or Publication Title:
||Freshwater Biological Association
||Salmon fisheries;Life history;Freshwater fish;Animal morphology; Canada; Newfoundland
Hardy B Schwamm
||14 Jan 2011 13:29
||29 Sep 2011 15:58
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