9781405129916

Sea Trout : Biology, Conservation and Management

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    9781405129916

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    1405129913

  • Edition: 1st
  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2007-03-12
  • Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell
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Summary

The sea trout is an important fish species both commercially and recreationally but until recently it has been largely neglected and overshadowed by interest in salmon. In July 2004 a major international conference was convened, attracting world class international scientists who have contributed to this most important volume. The contents are broadly divided into four sections covering: stocks and fisheries; genetics and life history; ecology and population dynamics; and managing stocks and world fisheries. The book is an essential purchase for many fisheries managers and fish biologists.

Author Biography

Nigel Milner, Head of Fisheries Science, Environment Agency, Bangor University, Wales, UK
Graeme Harris, Fishskill Consultancy Services, Wales, UK

Table of Contents

Forewordp. ix
Prefacep. xi
Sea Trout: A Welsh Perspectivep. xiii
Sea Trout and the Environment Agencyp. xvii
Setting the Scene - Sea Trout in England and Wales - A Personal Perspectivep. 1
Stocks and Fisheries
Patterns of Anadromy and Migrations of Pacific Salmon and Trout at Seap. 11
A Review of the Status of Irish Sea Trout Stocksp. 25
Characteristics of the Sea Trout Salmo trutta (L.) Stock Collapse in the River Ewe (Wester Ross, Scotland), in 1988-2001p. 45
Characteristics of the Sea Trout (Salmo trutta L.) Stocks from the Owengowla and Invermore Fisheries, Connemara, Western Ireland, and Recent Trends in Marine Survivalp. 60
Annual Variation in Age Composition, Growth and Abundance of Adult Sea Trout Returning to the River Dee at Chester, 1991-2003p. 76
Sea Trout Stock Descriptions in England and Walesp. 88
The Rod and Net Sea Trout Fisheries of England and Walesp. 107
General Overview of Turkish Sea Trout (Salmo trutta L.) Populationsp. 115
The Status and Exploitation of Sea Trout on the Finnish Coast of the Gulf of Bothnia in the Baltic Seap. 128
Sea Trout (Salmo trutta L.) in European Salmon (Salmo salar L.) Riversp. 139
Genetics and Life History
Genetics of Sea Trout, with Particular Reference to Britain and Irelandp. 157
The Genetic Basis of Smoltification: Functional Genomics Tools Facilitate the Search for the Needle in the Haystackp. 183
Life History of the Anadromous Trout Salmo truttap. 196
Migration as a Life-History Strategy for the Sea Troutp. 224
Life History of a Sea Trout (Salmo trutta L.) Population from the North-West Iberian Peninsula (River Ulla, Galicia, Spain)p. 234
Review and Perspectives on Molecular Genetic Approaches to Sea Trout Biologyp. 248
Population Dynamics, Ecology and Behaviour
A 35-Year Study of Stock-Recruitment Relationships in a Small Population of Sea Trout: Assumptions, Implications and Limitations for Predicting Targetsp. 257
Characteristics of the Burrishoole Sea Trout Population: Census, Marine Survival, Enhancement and Stock-Recruitment Relationship, 1971-2003p. 279
Population Dynamics and Stock-Recruitment Relationship of Sea Trout in the River Bresle, Upper Normandy, Francep. 307
Managing Stocks and Fisheries
The Spawning Habitat Requirements of Sea Trout: A Multi-Scale Approachp. 327
Research Activities and Management of Brown Trout and Sea Trout (Salmo trutta L.) in Denmarkp. 342
Stocking Sea Trout (Salmo trutta L.) in the River Shieldaig, Scotlandp. 349
Is Stocking with Sea Trout Compatible with the Conservation of Wild Trout (Salmo trutta L.)?p. 356
Sea Lice Lepeophtheirus salmonis Infestations of Post-Smolt Sea Trout in Loch Shieldaig, Wester Ross, 1999-2003p. 372
Comparison of Survival, Migration and Growth in Wild, Offspring from Wild (F1) and Domesticated Sea-Run Trout (Salmo trutta L.)p. 377
The Rapid Establishment of a Resident Brown Trout Population from Sea Trout Progeny Stocked in a Fishless Streamp. 389
Predicted Growth of Juvenile Trout and Salmon in Four Rivers in England and Wales Based on Past and Possible Future Temperature Regimes Linked to Climate Changep. 401
Sea Trout (Salmo trutta L.) Exploitation in Five Rivers in England and Walesp. 417
Catch and Release, Net Fishing and Sea Trout Fisheries Managementp. 434
A Review of the Statutory Regulations to Conserve Sea Trout Stocks in England and Walesp. 441
An Appreciation of the Social and Economic Values of Sea Trout in England and Walesp. 457
Sea Trout Fisheries Management: Should We Follow the Salmon?p. 466
Perspectives on Sea Trout Science and Managementp. 480
Declarationp. 491
Indexp. 493
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