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- Chile's salmon rush. Luxner, Larry // Americas;Jul/Aug94, Vol. 46 Issue 4, p16
Reports on Chile's booming salmon-export industry. Companies with salmon operations; Salmon production at Southern Chile's Lake District; Tons of salmon exported in 1993; Salmon exports from the Tenth Region; Pacific family of salmon; Advantages of salmon farming to fishing; Feeding techniques...
- Swimming Upstream. Garretón, Jorge // Latin Trade (English);May/Jun2009, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p50
The article focuses on the threats being faced by the salmon industry in Chile. One of such threats is a virus called Infectious Salmon Anemia (ISA), leading to fewer, smaller and weak salmon populations. The crisis in the fish industry is said to be triggered by the unregulated importation of...
- Atlantic Salmon Victory. // Fly Fisherman;Dec98, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p31
Reports on the closure of the last two mixed population commercial fisheries in the North Atlantic, as announced by Canada and West Greenland in June 1998. Reason for the closure of the fisheries; Impact of the closure on salmon populations.
- Nadleh determined to establish commercial fishery. Hunter, Troy // Raven's Eye;Sep2000, Vol. 4 Issue 5, p2
Details the fight of Nadleh Band with the British Columbia Department of Fisheries and Oceans over commercial fishing of salmons in Fraser River. Regulation of the government to prohibit Native people from selling their catch; Claims of the Nadleh Band; Location of the band.
- The Adams run. LaCasse, Dominique // Canadian Geographic;Mar/Apr95, Vol. 115 Issue 2, p60
Features the world's most productive sockeye salmon fishery at Roderick Haig-Brown Provincial Park, on the banks of British Columbia's Adams River. Information about the salmons, Oncorhynchus nerka; Migration of the sockeye salmons; Observation of the salmons by biologist-turned-photographer,...
- A review of world salmon culture. // Marine Fisheries Review;1991, Vol. 53 Issue 1, p27
Reports that world farmed salmon production reached 145,000 metric tons in 1988 and an estimated 217,000 tons in 1989. What contributed to sharp price decreases for salmon; Type of salmon which most farmers raise; Information on prices for fresh salmon; Technical issues which faces salmon...
- Status, constraints, and opportunities for salmon culture in the United States: A review. Anderson, James L.; Bettencourt, Sofia U. // Marine Fisheries Review;1992, Vol. 54 Issue 4, p25
Evaluates the major constraints in the development of salmon culture in the United States. Economic factors in US seafood consumption; Salmon culture in the US; Factors against salmon culture in the US; Alternatives to salmon culture.
- Iceland Salmon Runs Rebound. // Fly Fisherman;Feb2005, Vol. 36 Issue 2, p20
Focuses on management policies to enhance fisheries in salmon countries.
- A repeated nested-logit model of Atlantic salmon fishing. Morey, Edward R.; Rowe, Robert D. // American Journal of Agricultural Economics;Aug93, Vol. 75 Issue 3, p578
Presents a repeated three-level nested logit model illustrating site choice and participation in Atlantic salmon fishing. Importance of Maine in Atlantic salmon restoration and management program; Estimation of consumer surplus; Scenarios used; Income effects; Comparison of six travel-cost models.