Sockeye salmon that sprint to spawning grounds through fast-moving waters may be at risk, suggests new research by University of British Columbia scientists.
(Phys.org) —According to research by Western scientists, thermal tolerance in a wild fish population is a key factor in understanding how animal species adapt to climate change.
Solving complex problems is rarely a straightforward process, there are often many variables and countless plausible solutions each one of which has its pros and cons. Mechanical engineers at the Babol University of Technology ...
In drought-stricken California, young Chinook salmon are hitting the road, not the river, to get to the Pacific Ocean.
Over the past few years, the salmon farming industry has gone from being a major consumer of marine protein to becoming a net producer of it – a turnaround made possible by a deeper understanding of the nutritional requirements ...
The battle against salmon lice is being waged on many fronts, including the technological front. Simple and advanced solutions alike can be effective.
Farmed salmon show full reproductive potential to invade wild gene pools and should be sterilised - according to new research from the University of East Anglia (UEA).
For salmon, being bigger isn't always better. Being a little smaller—at least intermediate size—is more advantageous for maximum spawning in riverbeds, a University of Wyoming researcher recently discovered.
Atlantic salmon production could be boosted by a new technology that will help select the best fish for breeding.