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Scientists Work To Restore Native Fish And Habitat To Great Lakes

...uding the lake trout, coaster brook trout and lake sturgeon in hopes of establishing more balanced, stable and...locating remaining populations of native trout and sturgeon to be used as sources of fish for restocking those waters. The Fish & Wildlife Service and the USGS...

Sturgeon, Trout And Telemetry--USGS Research Mixes Science And Technology At American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting

TIPSHEET From safe dam passage for sturgeon to a long-term study of the Eastern striped bass, ...ecticut River--Mon., Aug. 24, session 6 Shortnose sturgeon and Atlantic sturgeon are native to the Connecticut River. Because of their ancient origin, it is e...

Campaign to protect critically endangered beluga sturgeon

Campaign to protect critically endangered beluga sturgeon and other threatened sturgeon species announced by leading environmental groups Halt to trade of beluga caviar sought; cons...

Wildlife officials to consider ban on caviar exports from major Caspian Sea nations

...ade ban as a key to survival for endangered beluga sturgeon Caspian Sea sturgeon whose eggs produce coveted beluga, sevruga and osetra caviar are in sharp decline, and beluga stur...

Officials delay trade restrictions on Caspian Sea caviar

... groups say CITES action falls short of protecting sturgeon populations PARIS Today, the Convention on Int...management and enforcement of depleted Caspian Sea sturgeon fisheries and places a temporary suspension on sturgeon catches through the end of 2001. However, C...

New report documents dramatic decline in beluga sturgeon in the Caspian Sea

...s week that documents the perilous state of beluga sturgeon in the Caspian Sea, three conservation organizatio...ally sustainable development found only 28 beluga sturgeon in the entire survey region, of which 85 percent were immature. The numbers presented in this new re...

Resumption of caspian caviar trade could mean extinction

...ke the remarkable, yet critically imperiled beluga sturgeon one step closer to oblivion, said Dr. Ellen Pikitc...rams for the Wildlife Conservation Society. Beluga sturgeon simply cannot support any fishing or trade, now or in the foreseeable future. Citing the fishs 20-ye...

Sturgeon researcher's vision spawns thriving industry

...lifornia, Davis, scientist Serge Doroshov. Farming sturgeon for meat and caviar may relieve the pressure on wi...ning when 15 to 25 years old. Doroshov showed that sturgeon could be raised in ponds and tanks and fed an artificial food. In collaboration with other UC Davis ...

Ocean aquaculture: Technology, business practices, policies & caviar

...goal, a gourmet's delight With the collapse of sturgeon populations in the Caspian Sea region, farmed cavi...here is a growing interest in selectively breeding sturgeon for enhanced caviar quality and yield. In a series of experiments funded by California Sea Grant, fo...

U.S. takes first step toward protecting endangered beluga sturgeon

...ish and Wildlife Service's proposal to list beluga sturgeon the source of coveted beluga caviar as an endang... under the U.S. Endangered Species Act. If beluga sturgeon is listed as endangered, all importation of beluga caviar into the U.S. would be prohibited. The Un...

Seven-foot living 'dinosaur' lurks in Oregon

...es, the authors of the study found that once green sturgeon enter freshwater rivers to spawn they spend long p...ve to human impacts. "This study shows that green sturgeon can easily become the victims of human exploitation and habitat loss," said Wildlife Conservation So...

Science Picksleads, feeds and story seeds (July 2003)

... Or Not? Navigable Waterways and Sturgeon: White sturgeon are the largest freshwater fish found in North Ame...redged materials back into the river. While white sturgeon populations in the lower Columbia River are probably the healthiest stock of sturgeon in the United ...

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