The potential direct and indirect genetic consequences for native Newfoundland Atlantic Salmon from interbreeding with European-origin farm escapes: Fs70-5/2015-030E-PDF
With regard to the use of Norwegian farm strains of Atlantic salmon in the aquaculture industry in Newfoundland, the main identified issues of concern are: the increased potential for ecological effects from animals in culture; the increased potential for direct and indirect genetic impacts from farm escapes; the potential for preventing or reducing the likelihood of escapes from culture; the potential for preventing or reducing post-escape interactions.
|Department/Agency||Department of Fisheries and Oceans.|
|Title||The potential direct and indirect genetic consequences for native Newfoundland Atlantic Salmon from interbreeding with European-origin farm escapes|
|Series Title||Canadian Science Advisory Secretariat research document,|
|Publication Type||Series - View Master Record|
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|Number of Pages||viii, 36 p. :|
|Subject Terms||Fisheries resources, Salt water fish, Fish farming, Invasive species, Fisheries management|
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