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Tidally Influenced Culverts Meeting
Meeting for state, federal and provincial staff to exchange information needs regarding tidally influenced culverts.
Located in Topics / Aquatic Resiliency and Connectivity / Calendar
A recent paper in Science highlights the recent advancements in hi-tech tracking tags and coast wide collaboration used by partners in the Ocean Tracking Network. NOAA Fisheries scientist John Kocik is a co-author on the paper describing the collaboration of the network for tracking Atlantic salmon smolt and other species movements. http://www.nefsc.noaa.gov/press_release/pr2015/scispot/ss1507/
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Press release from NOAA Fisheries summarizing the 2015 annual meeting of the North Atlantic Salmon Conservation Organization meeting in Goose Bay, Canada.
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ICES Publishes NOAA Model to Predict Fish Population Response to Dams
NOAA Fisheries Scientists publish paper modeling the response of Atlantic salmon to dam removals on the Penobscot River, Maine, USA.
Located in News and Announcements / News
St Andrews, N.B.— Top researchers with the Atlantic Salmon Federation (ASF) are trying to figure out why wild Atlantic salmon numbers are dropping dramatically once they leave their home rivers and head into saltwater. Jonathan Carr, ASF’s Director of Research and Environment, recently presented his latest scientific findings at the Atlantic Salmon Ecosystems Forum in Orono, Maine. Scientists from across North America gathered to exchange information regarding the latest research on wild Atlantic salmon and their habitat.
Located in News and Announcements / News
Downeast Salmon Federation Releases Over 140,000 Atlantic Salmon into the East Machias River
The Downeast Salmon Federation has just released over 140,000 juvenile Atlantic salmon, called fall parr, throughout the East Machias River watershed. These juvenile salmon were released into many streams and throughout the mainstem of the river in an effort to restore the once great run of Atlantic salmon to the East Machias River. These fish were raised at the Peter Gray Hatchery located in East Machias at the East Machias Aquatic Research Center (EMARC).
Located in Resources / Historical Archives
Summary of accomplishments for calendar year 2012
Located in Resources / Historical Archives
Top researchers with the Atlantic Salmon Federation (ASF) are trying to figure out why wild Atlantic salmon numbers are dropping dramatically once they leave their home rivers and head into saltwater.
Located in News and Announcements / Media Coverage
The Atlantic Salmon Federation (ASF) wishes wild Atlantic salmon and those that treasure the “King of Fish” a safe and sustainable New Year. ASF has seen some success in 2013 as a charitable organization devoted to conserving wild Atlantic salmon and their environment.
Located in Resources / Historical Archives
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