Atlantic salmon mortality at sea: Developing an evidence-based "Likely Suspects" Framework

Abstract : The Atlantic salmon (Salmon salar) has suffered from significant declines in survival at sea since the late 1990s, manifest in persistently poor return rates of various sea ages for a wide range of wild stocks across the north Atlantic range. While observed survival trends differ among individual stocks, there are also common trends across groups of stocks; from which it can be inferred that local and wider scale factors may be implicated in the salmon’s decline.
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Walter Crozier, Ken Whelan, Mathieu Buoro, Gérald Chaput, Jason Daniels, et al.. Atlantic salmon mortality at sea: Developing an evidence-based "Likely Suspects" Framework. 2018, 72 p. ⟨hal-01870482⟩

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