The Role of Fish Culture in Salmonid Conservation and Management

The Role of Fish Culture in Salmonid Conservation and Management

Microform - 2001
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The main purpose of this document is to review the genetic and ecological risks associated with fish culture, in order to help managers identify & address these risks when considering or developing fish-culture activities. The document also reviews the current British Columbia fish culture program and provides recommendations to address conservation concerns regarding native fish species. Finally, the document draws conclusions regarding the role of fish culture in fisheries management and in recovery programs.
Publisher: Victoria : Ministry of Water, Land & Air Protection, Fisheries Management Branch, 2001
Description: 30 p
ISBN: 9780772646217
077264621X
Branch Call Number: MF BC-DOC 102-01625

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