The colony relocated to a new nesting site 4 km away from the original location, still along the same river, but in a direction away from another major migration corridor for anadromous salmonids
2016) of salmonids
aiming to improve production of these valuable species in the aquaculture.
As always, Turf War is the favoured sport among Inklings, but they also dig ranked battles, taking down Octarians in a fun singleplayer campaign, and battling enemy Salmonids
as a dangerous part-time job
3) Dredgers usually leave well-sorted (look up the geologic term) piles of gravel, which make good spawning habitat for salmonids
and other fish species.
Harbor Seals are generalist marine predators known to consume many species of commercial and conservation interest including salmonids
, rockfish species, forage fish, crustaceans, and flatfish (TRC and COMES 2012).
Their topics include the dynamics of rivers in relation to fish and fisheries, the nature and status of freshwater fisheries in Belarus, Aboriginal freshwater fisheries as resilient social-ecological systems, ecological implications of genetically modified salmonids
and other fish in freshwater fisheries, and molecular ecology and stock identification.
, catfish, and other species with a duct, are more often damaged during extremely fast decompression, such as young fish passing through a dam.
Multiple attempts were made to acclimatise various species of European and American salmonids
in Victoria throughout the nineteenth century.
are generally migratory or anadromous by nature; they migrate to warmer conditions (from mountain lakes to seas) for the purpose of reproduction.
bury their embryos in redds under several centimeters of gravel, resource managers postulated that didymo mats might inhibit adults from spawning or hatchlings from emerging through the gravel.
of Idaho, Moscow) and Zaroban (College of Idaho, Caldwell) present a field guide to the native fishes of the intermountain state in order to raise awareness of them, particularly species besides the salmonids
For pelagic species, such as salmonids
and forage fishes, recovery efforts call for habitat protection and mitigation of water-pollution issues, among other factors, as management tools (Fluharty, 2000; Schindler et al.