- Search for a killer. Wixom, Hart // Outdoor Life;Apr97, Vol. 199 Issue 4, p14
Discusses the efforts of United States scientists and authorities to curb the spread of whirling disease which deforms all salmonids. Rivers that are contaminated; Possible reasons for the rapid spread of the disease; Change in stocking strategies; Breakthrough in detecting the DNA of...
- Whirling disease in Rock Creek. // Fly Fisherman;Jul97, Vol. 28 Issue 5, p41
Focuses on the reports of Montana's Department of Fish and Wildlife and Parks that rainbow-trout populations dropped 78 percent in the middle section of Montana's Rock Creek between 1992 and 1996. Dropped in the population of the rainbow-trout in 1989 to 1996 according to Montana's biologist...
- HOPE ON WHIRLING DISEASE. // Fly Fisherman;Jul2001, Vol. 32 Issue 5, p35
Reports on claims by scientists meeting at Salt Lake City, Utah that a German strain of rainbow trout is resistant to the whirling disease parasite.
- Spray away whirling disease. Barnes, Duncan // Field & Stream;Dec99, Vol. 104 Issue 8, p10
Reports that Scott Fly Rod Co. has developed a spray disinfectant designed to prevent the spread of whirling disease.
- Lake Full of Trouble. Saile, Bob // Field & Stream;Jan2000, Vol. 104 Issue 9, p16
Focuses on the whirling disease that threatens the native cutthroat trout of Yellowstone Lake.
- Without Trout. Peterson, Eric // ColoradoBiz;Sep99, Vol. 26 Issue 9, p60
Focuses on the decline in rainbow trouts population in Colorado due to the whirling disease. Implication on the trout fishing industry; Remarks from various flyshop owners; Preventive actions taken by the industry.
- Whirling disease 1999. Piper, Harry // Fly Fisherman;Sep99, Vol. 30 Issue 6, p18
Focuses on the control of whirling disease to conserve fisheries.
- Whirling Disease Found in San Juan River. Neary, Ben // Field & Stream;Apr2000, Vol. 104 Issue 12, p17
Reports on the discovery of whirling disease in New Mexico's San Juan River as of April 2000.
- Plague of the rainbow trout. Boyle, Robert H. // Sports Illustrated;06/29/98, Vol. 88 Issue 26, Following p24
Announces that whirling disease is threatening the rainbow trout, one of the most prized game fish in the United States, in mid 1998. Comments from Dr. Karl Johnson, the acting science advisor of the Whirling Disease Foundation; Details about the disease and the whirling disease parasite; What...