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09-09-2011 12:28 PM
salmonthink
Alert! Canada Species-at-Risk Report for Atlantic Salmon out - and goes to Minister

TODAY COSEWIC has released final species at risk assessments on Atlantic salmon
At noon the Final Assessment Report by COSEWIC on Canada's Atlantic salmon populations was released, and is on the SARA (Species at Risk) Registry. ASF has links to the 182-page report, as well as background documents on the process, and where the different population segments are located:
http://asf.ca/news.php?id=756

ASF RIVER NOTES updated - latest salmon runs and water conditions
The ASF RIVER NOTES focuses on the extremely high water levels and flows - and also has an update of the "on the ground" damage to the White River hatchery in Vermont that supports salmon restoration.
http://atlanticsalmonfederation.org/rivernotes/

When lawyers meet scientists on salmon - a video from the Cohen Commission
A lawyer for the BC Aquaculture industry cross-examines Dr. Alexandra Morton on sea lice, and suggests wild fish are impacting farmed fish.
http://asf.ca/news.php?id=755

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