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2014 Projects by Party
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Title
C1
Marine migration and survival of post-smolt Atlantic salmon from Bay of Fundy rivers
C2
Distribution, health and condition of Atlantic salmon from Bay of Fundy rivers while at sea
C3
Marine migration and survival of post-smolt Atlantic salmon from the Saint-Jean River (Gaspé)
C4
Marine migration and survival of kelt Atlantic salmon from the Saint-Jean River (Gaspé)
C5
Tracking experimentally ‘escaped’ farmed salmon
C6
Atlantic salmon distribution and abundance at sea
C7
Integrated field and laboratory assessment of the effects of endocrinedisrupting substances on Atlantic salmon smolts
C8
Use of stable isotopes to assess long-term changes in marine trophic ecology of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar)
C9
Effective population size, gene flow and population structure of Atlantic salmon in Newfoundland and Labrador
C10
River and extended estuary acoustic tracking of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) kelts and bright salmon
C11
Integrated modelling of juvenile Atlantic salmon movement and physical habitat in fluvial and estuarine environments
C12
Estuary acoustic tracking of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) smolts and kelts – Conne River, Little River, and Bay d’Espoir, Newfoundland
C13
Spatio-temporal distribution of Atlantic salmon stocks and the impact of the West Greenland fishery
C14
Genetic population structure of Atlantic salmon in Eastern Canada and its implication for conservation
C15
Pelagic ecosystem survey of the Northwest Atlantic
C16
Miramichi River & Restigouche River kelt movements and survival
C17
Marine survival of Canadian Atlantic salmon stocks: long-term monitoring
C18
Atlantic salmon smolt migration and survival within Canadian rivers, estuaries and during the marine life stage
C19
Stable isotope ratios to infer trophic structure and condition of Atlantic salmon during their life at sea
C20
Identification of essential habitat for repeat spawning Atlantic salmon of Inner Bay of Fundy origin
C21
Genomic basis of adaptive divergence and marine survival among Atlantic salmon populations
C22 River and extended estuary acoustic tracking of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) smolts in Southern Uplands rivers
C23 Effects of early captive exposure on measures of fitness later in life for Inner Bay of Fundy (IBoF) Atlantic Salmon
D1
West Greenland Salmon Fishery Sampling Programme
E1
SALMODEL Concerted Action – A co-ordinated approach towards the development of a scientific basis for management of wild Atlantic salmon in the North-East Atlantic
E2
SALSEA-Merge: Advancing understanding of Atlantic salmon at sea: merging genetics and ecology to resolve stock-specific migration and distribution patterns
 
Denmark
De1
Estuarine migration of smolts in the Rivers Skjern Å (North Sea) and River Guden Å
De2
Mortality of Atlantic salmon smolts during estuary migration
De3
Salmon Rehabilitation Plan:  monitoring numbers of spawners, spawning and nursery areas in four Atlantic salmon rivers and the achievement of the objective of self-reproduction.
De4 Marine behaviour of Atlantic salmon
 
Finland
Fi1
Long-term variation in population dynamics, life history characteristics, sea growth and origin (wild/reared) of salmon in the rivers Teno (Tana) and Näätämöjoki (Neidenelva)
Fi2
Joint use of high-throughput SNP assay infrastructure in Atlantic salmon
 
France
Fr1
Evolution of biological characteristics in Atlantic salmon from all the Armorican massif rivers (Brittany and Low-Normandy, France)
Fr2
The sea survival of Atlantic salmon from the River Scorff, Brittany
Fr3
Atlantic salmon metapopulation investigation in Normandy rivers
 
Ireland
Ir1
Assessment of the levels of the parasite Lepeophtheirus salmonis on Atlantic salmon post-smolts in salmon aquaculture bays along Ireland’s western seaboard
Ir2
Oceanic factors influencing marine survival of Irish salmon stocks
Ir3
Sustainable management of interactions between aquaculture and wild salmonid fish
Ir4
Early distribution and migration of Atlantic salmon smolts off the West of Ireland
Ir5
Migration of salmon in estuarine and coastal waters
Ir6
National Development Plan - National Genetic Stock Identification Project
Ir7
Interactions between aquaculture and wild salmonid fish
Ir8
Marine survival of wild and hatchery reared salmon: National coded wire tagging and tag recovery programme and Burrishoole wild salmon census
Ir9 Kelt survival
Ir10 The ecology of salmon (Salmo salar L.) at sea - environmental factors affecting marine growth, survival and migration of Atlantic salmon
Ir11 Experiment to determine the potential impact of sea lice from marine salmon farms on out-migrating salmon smolts in western Ireland
 
Sweden
Sw1
Long-term variation in population dynamics, life-history and exploitation of salmon stock in the index River River Åtran
 
UK - England & Wales
Ew1
Salmonid migration and climate change
Ew2
Impacts of agricultural contaminants on wild salmonids
Ew3
Impact of intensive in-river aquaculture on wild salmonids
Ew4
Modelling the bioenergetics of Atlantic salmon migration
Ew5
Cardiff Bay Fisheries Monitoring Programme
Ew6
Atlantic Salmon Arc Project, ASAP
Ew7
Diffuse pollution and freshwater fish populations
Ew8
The influence of the freshwater environment on salmonid populations
Ew9
Factors affecting the distribution and behaviour of salmonid populations
Ew10
Genetic sampling to type British salmon stocks
Ew11
Deriving estimates of marine survival for monitored river stocks in England and Wales
Ew12
The marine life of Atlantic salmon : evidence from the microchemistry of scales
Ew13
Development and application of salmonid life cycle models
Ew14
The impacts of contaminants and temperature on freshwater fish populations
Ew15
Impacts on juvenile salmonid populations from a changing freshwater environment
Ew16 Impacts of in-river hydropower production on migratory fish
Ew17 Estuarine habitat requirements and distribution of diadromous fish
Ew18 Genetic stock indentification of salmon caught in the Faroes fishery
 
Northern Ireland
Ni1
Development of conservation limits, pre-fishery abundance and management of the Foyle salmon fishery
Ni2
The marine survival of Atlantic salmon from the River Bush, Northern Ireland
 
Scotland
Sc1
Testing and development of Institute of Marine Research (IMR), Bergen, Norway, salmon trawl gear
Sc2
Protecting salmonid fisheries from seal damage
Sc3
Post-smolt mortality of Atlantic salmon
Sc4
Analysis of post-smolt life history by scale reading
Sc5
Fisheries-induced evolution
Sc6
Size and condition of returning grilse (1SW) and MSW salmon
Sc7
Development of a General Spatial Model of within river population structuring in Scottish Atlantic salmon  (POPMOD)
Sc8
Focusing Atlantic salmon management on Atlantic salmon (FASMOP)
N1
Identification of salmon by geochemical signatures; further development and testing of methods
N2
Development of models to predict marine survival and return of salmon to Norway
N3
By-catch in pelagic fisheries as a population-regulating factor in wild salmon stocks
N4
Sea lice as a population-regulating factor in Norwegian salmon: status, effects of measures taken and future management
N5
Distribution of salmon in relation to environmental parameters and origin in the North Atlantic – capture, tagging and release of salmon with data storage tags (DSTs)
N6
Temporal variation in abundance of the northern-most populations of Atlantic salmon with emphasis on the River Tana
N7
The importance of early marine feeding on the growth and survival of Atlantic salmon post-smolts in Norwegian fjords
N8
Distribution and ecology of post-smolts and salmon at sea
N9
Dispersal of salmon lice in Norwegian fjords
N10
Experimental tagging programme for investigating the behaviour of escaped farmed salmon:  pilot study
N11
Individual assignment of salmon caught in the ocean to region of origin
N12
Migratory behaviour of smolts and post-smolts of cultured Atlantic salmon
N13
Significance of salmon lice for growth and survival of salmon in the sea
N14
Marine survival, growth and exploitation of salmon from the Rivers Figgjo, Imsa, Drammenselv and Halselv
N15
Population-limiting mechanisms for Atlantic salmon during early estuarine and coastal migration (SALPoP)
N16
The Hardangerfjord salmon lice project
N17
Origin of Atlantic salmon off Svalbard
N18
SALMOTRACK - Electronic tracking of northern anadromous salmonids
N19 Trilateral cooperation on our common resource; the Atlantic salmon in the Barents region (Kolarctic salmon 2011 - 2013)
N20 Effects of salmon lice on wild salmonid populations; filling in knowledge gaps (LicePop)
R1 Assessment of by-catch of post-smolts of Atlantic salmon in pelagic fisheries in the Norwegian Sea
R2
Monitoring of the stock status, abundance assessment and provision of advice on the allowable level of harvest of Atlantic salmon
R3 Establishing a genetic baseline of northern salmon populations across the Russian – Norwegian border for management purposes
U1
Forecasts of Atlantic salmon transoceanic migration: climate change scenarios and anadromy in the North Atlantic
U2
Stable isotope composition of Atlantic salmon scales
U3
Ultrasonic telemetry of smolts and post-smolts in the Narraguagus River and Narraguagus Bay
U4
Penobscot hatchery versus wild smolt telemetry
U5
Comprehensive evaluation of marine survival of hatchery-stocked smolts: migration behaviour and success of Dennys River smolts
U6
Comprehensive evaluation of marine survival of hatchery-stocked smolts: Dennys River smolt stocking assessment
U7 Evaluation of estuary and nearshore marine distributions of Atlantic salmon post-smolts in Penobscot Bay and the Gulf of Maine
U8 Cormorant harassment in the Narraguagus River/Narraguagus Bay
U9 SALSEA Greenland
U10 Using Pop-up satellite tags (PSATs) to track adult Atlantic salmon in the Northwest Atlantic
U11 Impact of oceanographic changes on Atlantic salmon survival in the Northwest Atlantic
U12 Evaluation of the importance of predator and prey fields and ocean circulation on Atlantic salmon growth and survival in the Gulf of Maine
U13 Migration timing of Atlantic salmon smolts from Penobscot Bay to the Scotian Shelf
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F1
St Pierre and Miquelon Salmon Fishery Sampling Programme
 
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