Title

Changes in stocking strategies for Atlantic salmon restoration and rehabilitation in Maine, 1871-1993

Publication Date

1995

Keywords

aquaculture, aquaculture techniques, ATLANTIC, Atlantic salmon, biological, BROOK, catch, commercial fishery, conference, culture, DAM, dams, ecosystems, egg, eggs, evaluation, factors, fingerlings, Fish, fish culture, fish passage, Fisheries, fishery management, FISHES, Freshwater, fry, genetic, habitat, Habitat improvement, habitat protection, harvest, Hatcheries, hatchery, juveniles, LIKELIHOOD, Maine, management, mortalities, mortality, native, NUMBER, ocean, operation, other factors, parr, passage, Penobscot River, population, POPULATIONS, protection, rehabilitation, RELEASE, RESOURCES, restoration, restrictions, river, Rivers, run, SALAR, Salmo, Salmo salar, salmon, SEA, smolt, smolts, sport fishing, stock, stocking, Stocks, STRATEGIES, strategy, SUCCESS, SYSTEM, technique, Tributaries, trucking, upstream, USA, USA, Maine, Water, water quality

Journal or Book Title

American Fisheries Society Symposium

Pages

38-46

Volume

15

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