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- Hinch, Scott G., et al. Show all 5 Authors
- Fisheries research 2011 v.112 no.1-2 pp. 85-95
- First Nations; Oncorhynchus nerka; adults; air; exercise; females; fisheries; freshwater; glucose; nontarget organisms; osmolality; potassium; rivers; salmon; sodium; sport fishing; temperature
- ... Sockeye salmon abundance in the Fraser River has declined precipitously over the past two decades, reducing fishing opportunities for this ecologically, culturally and economically valuable species. Release of non-target species that are captured incidentally is a growing conservation measure used in managing mixed species fisheries. Fraser River sockeye salmon are released from commercial, First ...
- Hinch, Scott G., et al. Show all 11 Authors
- Fisheries research 2011 v.108 no.1 pp. 133-141
- Oncorhynchus nerka; adults; blood glucose; blood plasma; cortisol; fisheries; ions; net pens; osmolality; radio frequency identification; radio telemetry; rivers; salmon; sport fishing; subwatersheds; wild fish; British Columbia
- ... Few studies have examined the effects of fisheries capture on wild fish, particularly in the context of evaluating the sustainability of capture and release methods for Pacific salmon (Oncorhynchus spp.) during upriver migration. This study examined the physiological condition, post-release behaviour and survival of adult migrating sockeye salmon (O. nerka) in the Fraser River, British Columbia, C ...