Scottish Marine and Freshwater Science Volume 5 Number 4: Prioritisation of monitoring and research for diadromous fish in the context of Marine/Offshore Renewables

A summary of stakeholder engagement meetings between Marine Scotland, wild fisheries interests and wind, wave and tidal developers

5. References

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Malcolm, I. A., Godfrey, J. and Youngson, A.F. 2010. Review of migratory routes and behaviour of Atlantic Salmon, sea trout and European eel in Scotlands coastal environment: implications for the development of marine renewables. Scottish Marine and Freshwater Science Volume 1 No 14.

Malcolm, I. A., Armstrong, J.D., Godfrey, J.D., Maclean J.C. and Middlemas S.J. 2013. The Scope of Research Requirements for Atlantic Salmon, Sea Trout and European eel in the Context of Offshore Renewables. Marine Scotland Science Report 05/13.

Myers, G. S. 1949. Usage of Anadromous, Catadromous and allied terms for migratory fishes. Copeia 1949: 89-97.

Thorley J.L. 2013. The Potential Influence of Robin Rigg Wind Farm on the Abundance of Adult and Juvenile Atlantic Salmon. A Poisson Consulting Ltd. Report prepared for Marine Scotland Science, Pitlochry, Scotland.


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