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Routledge, a professor at Simon Fraser University, said ISA has an impact on animals similar to influenza, and compared its impact on salmon to the HINI and which has been commonly spread on commercial Atlantic salmon eggs exported to fish farms elsewhere -- is explosive in the North American aquaculture's salmon-farming industry in 2007, could devastate salmon farms in an industry worth $800 million (Canadian) yearly in British Columbia alone.
99 Hardcover SH346 The Atlantic Salmon Trust's 40th anniversary conference was held during September 2007 in Southampton, England, and drew participants from Britain, Scandinavia, Ireland, and North America.
US experts held a second day of hearings into whether to allow genetically modified-based AquaBounty argues that its fish, injected with a gene from the Pacific Chinook salmon, can reach adult size in 16 to 18 months instead of 30 months for normal Atlantic salmon.
It is a word of Scottish origin that describes the languid state of steelhead and Atlantic salmon after they have spawned.
Abstract--Data storage tags (DSTs) were applied to Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.
``The bottom line is that we have Atlantic salmon and Pacific salmon - and (wild) Atlantic salmon was wiped out in the 1960s by greed and sonar.
So it was with interest I noted there are four lots of fishing on the Teith up for grabs in the annual Atlantic Salmon Trust postal auction.
All infected patients ate raw fresh Atlantic salmon and some ate a local fish, Centropomus undecimalis, in sushi or sashimi.