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2008 Ongoing Projects by Party

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Title
CANADA
C1
Pelagic ecosystem survey of the Northwest Atlantic
C2
Miramichi River kelt movements and survival
C3
Marine survival of Canadian Atlantic salmon stocks: long-term monitoring
C4
Atlantic salmon smolt migration and survival within Canadian rivers, estuaries and during the early marine life stage
C5
Integrated modelling of juvenile Atlantic salmon movement and physical habitat in fluvial and estuarine environments
C6
River and extended estuary acoustic tracking of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) kelts and bright salmon
C7
Estuary acoustic tracking of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) smolts and kelts - Conne River, Little River and Bay d'Espoir, Newfoundland
C8
Spatio-temporal distribution of Atlantic salmon stocks and the impact of the West Greenland fishery
C9
Genetic population structure of Atlantic salmon in Eastern Canada and its implications for conservation
C10
Stable isotope ratios and lipid content of tissues from non-maturing 1SW Atlantic salmon at West greenland relative to continent of origin and age at maturity
DENMARK (FAROE ISLANDS AND GREENLAND)
D1
West Greenland Salmon Fishery Sampling Programme
EUROPEAN UNION
E1 SALSEA-Merge - Advancing understanding of Atlantic salmon at sea: merging genetics and ecology to resolve stock-specific migration and distribution patterns
  UK - England, Wales and Scotland
E2
Genetic sampling to type British salmon stocks
  UK - England and Wales
E3
Diffuse pollution and freshwater fish populations
E4
The influence of the freshwater environment on salmonid populations
E5
Deriving estimates of marine survival and exploitation for monitored river stocks in England and Wales
E6
Factors affecting the distribution and behaviour of salmonid populations
E7
Atlantic salmon Arc Project, ASAP
E8
The marine life of Atlantic salmon: evidence from the microchemistry of scales
  UK – Northern Ireland
E9
The marine survival of Atlantic salmon from the River Bush, Northern Ireland
E10
Development of conservation limits, pre-fishery abundance and management of the Foyle salmon fishery
 
UK - Scotland
E11
Post-smolt mortality of Atlantic salmon
E12
Analysis of post-smolt life history by scale reading
E13
Protecting salmonid fisheries from seal damage
E14
Fisheries-induced evolution
E15
Size and condition of returning grilse (1SW) and MSW salmon
 
Ireland
E16

National coded wire tagging and tag recovery programme

E17
Migration of salmon in estuarine and coastal waters
E18 Marine survival of wild Atlantic salmon from the Burrishoole River, Ireland
E19 National Development Plan - National Genetic Stock Identification Project
E20 Interactions between aquaculture and wild salmonid fish
  France
E21
The sea survival of Atlantic salmon from the River Scorff, Brittany
E22
Atlantic salmon metapopulation investigation in Normandy rivers
  Denmark
E23 Mortality of Atlantic salmon smolts during estuary migration
  Finland
E24 Long-term variation in population dynamics, life history characteristics, sea growth and origin (wild/reared) of salmon in the rivers Teno (Tana) and Naatamojoki (Neidenelva)
E25 Towards sustainable fishing and biodiversity preservation of north-west Russian salmonid stocks by using molecular genetic techniques for stock and parasite monitoring
  Sweden
E26 Long-term variation in population dynamics, life-history and exploitation of salmon stocks in monitored rivers
ICELAND
I1
Return rate of salmon in three index rivers in Iceland in relation to population and environmental factors
I2
Tagging mortality and time of recovery related to internal tagging of hatchery-reared salmon smolts with DST micro-tags (Star-Oddi)
I3
DST tagging of reared salmon smolts
I4
Survival of salmon during the first and second year at sea
I5
Distribution and behavioural ecology of salmon at sea
I6
Orientation and navigation of salmon at sea
I7
Mapping genetic diversity of Icelandic Atlantic salmon
NORWAY
N1
Significance of salmon lice for growth and survival of salmon in the sea
N2
Marine survival, growth and exploitation of salmon from the Rivers Figgjo, Imsa, Drammenselv and Halselv
N3
Individual assignment of salmon caught in the ocean to region of origin
N4
Population-limiting mechanisms for Atlantic salmon during early estuarine and coastal migration (SALPoP)
N5
The Hardangerfjord salmon lice project
RUSSIAN FEDERATION
R1
Monitoring of the stock status, abundance assessment and provision of advice on allowable level of harvest of Atlantic salmon
USA
U1
Penobscot hatchery versus wild smolt telemetry
U2
Ultrasonic telemetry of smolts and post-smolts in the Narraguagas River and Narraguagas Bay
U3
Comprehensive evaluation of marine survival of hatchery-stocked smolts: migration behaviour and success of Dennys River smolts
U4
Comprehensive evaluation of marine survival of hatchery-stocked smolts: Dennys River Smolt Stocking Assessment
U5
Evaluation of estuary and nearshore marine distributions of Atlantic salmon post-smolts in Penobscot Bay and the Gulf of Maine
U6
Cormorant harassment in the Narraguagus River/Narraguagus Bay


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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