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Posted 17 October 2014 - 02:30 PM

News from the Atlantic Salmon

ASF Rivernotes – End of Season Numbers for Cascapedia & Other Stories
The latest ASF Rivernotes examines conditions on Nova Scotia salmon rivers, the method being used to find July’s uncounted salmon on the Miramichi, plus the final tallies for the Cascapedia. Great reading.

ASF Research Blog Updated
It has been a waiting game as the biological clocks of salmon synchronize with the October season.

Where have Nova Scotia’s Salmon Gone?
ASF’s Lewis Hinks and others discuss the background to the present situation on numbers of Atlantic salmon in Nova Scotia rivers.

ASF’s Jonathan Carr’s Perspective on DFO’s Plan to Release Farmed Salmon
Jon Carr, ASF’s Vice-president of Research and Environment, discusses on Newfoundland’s Fisheries Broadcast the DFO plan for releasing farmed salmon.

Diluting the Fisheries Act to Further Salmon Farming
Thought-provoking opinion piece raises deep concerns about the impact of changes taking place to Canada’s Fisheries Act. The piece is written by an expert in the field.

Two Dams Need Demolition on a River in Normandy
Orri Vigfusson and the North Atlantic Salmon Fund persuasively plead for the plan to remove two major dams on the Selune River in Normandy. Clearing the river has the potential for economic and biological revival.

ASF’s Ottawa Fall Run Dinner A Great Success
ASF’s Fall Run Dinner, held at the Canadian Museum of History, was a great success this year, with funds raised going to Atlantic salmon conservation.

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