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Jonathan Carr Publications List
ASF Biologist Jonathan Carr has been involved with the Magaguadavic Research programs for more than a decade. He has also researched aspects of hydro dam fish passage, the leakage of young fish from freshwater aquaculture facilities, and the importance of other diadromous fish such as alewives and eels.


Tracking Escapee Farmed Salmon
Farmed salmon in Cobscook Bay, Maine were fitted with transmitters, and released to monitor their movements, to determine behaviour and the potential for recapture following salmon farm cage failures. Experiments were conducted both in mid-winter and in spring.


Proceedings of a 2004 Acid Rain conference at ASF
Atlantic salmon in Maine and Nova Scotia are impacted by acid rain. This 2004 Conference hosted at ASF reviewed the state of the issue, and the potential for mitigation of the effects.


Dr. Frederick Whoriskey Scientific Publication List
The .pdf list includes more than 80 articles, with links to the individual papers.  Contact ASF Research for more information.


Magaguadavic Research Report to 1997
The Atlantic Salmon Federation has been monitoring the Magaguadavic in southwest New Brunswick as an index river of wild salmon and farmed salmon interactions since 1992. In addition, ASF has been working to restore the river's wild salmon runs.  A Report on the first five years of work on the river.


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Agreement on Greenland’s Commercial Salmon Fishery Reached Good News For North America
June 12th, 2012
West Greenland catch will be restricted to 20 tonne local consumption limit.

Join the St. Croix River Alewife Migration
June 8th, 2012
On Saturday, June 9, groups and individuals concerned about the future survival of native alewives (gaspereau) on the St. Croix River will symbolically escort this historically and ecologically important fish up the river. 

Newfoundland Fish Farm fish Hopes to Sell Infected Salmon
July 10th, 2012
A salmon farm with iSA in southern Newfoundland wants to sell its condemned salmon for human use.

PEI Fish Kill Larger than Thought
July 10th, 2012
A PEI Fish Kill in Trout River a repeat of last year

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