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Satellite technology allows scientists to track warm sharks in cold polar seas

...y encountered acrobatic sharks leaping after pink, coho and other varieties of salmon returning to spawn. From 2002 to 2004, the scientists tagged 51 female salmon sharks. For comparison, co-author David Holts, a biologist with NMFS, led the researchers to the Southern California coast, where 31 blue shar...

Russian River coho recovery project seeing first hopeful signs of success

...reaking recovery effort is making headway rescuing coho salmon from the brink of extinction in part of its...SGEP) and one of the partners in the Russian River coho recovery program. "Coho spend their first year and a half in fresh water, which presents extraordin...

Cornell researchers find serious fish virus in Northeast for first time

...own at this point." Sport fishing for chinook and coho salmon is a $100 million annual industry for the Lake Ontario region alone. Ecologically speaking, the impacts are equally unknown. The virus has the potential to alter the freshwater food web with both predators like muskellunge and prey fish like ...

December issue of Frontiers

...at intermittent streams are an important source of coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) smolts. Residual po... of these habitats would have a negative effect on coho salmon populations. Sacred groves: potential for biodiversity management While global protected ...

Study projects effects of forest management in Oregon's Coast Range

...f policies are maintained. Widespread recovery of coho salmon is unlikely without improvement in habitats on private lands; habitat conditions for salmon and trout in the Coast Range are more likely to improve on public lands than on private. Recent biodiversity policies have been developed in a largely...

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(Date:7/29/2014)... UK overseas territory of Ascension Island, one of the ... a renaissance. , Writing in the journal Biodiversity ... and Ascension Island Government Conservation Department report that the ... Atlantic outpost has increased by more than 500 per ... as 24,000 nests are now estimated to be laid ...
(Date:7/29/2014)... Schools of Dentistry (UM SOD) and Medicine (UM ... a five-year $10.7 million grant award from the ... of the National Institutes of Health to study ... (STDs). The grant, which renews a previous $12 ... direction for the research by studying chlamydial and ...
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