Publication - Progress report

Spring salmon on the River South Esk, Scotland: Scottish Marine and Freshwater Science Vol 7 No 10

Published: 22 Mar 2016
Part of:
Marine and fisheries
ISBN:
9781786520890

Report of a three year project carried out by Marine Scotland to investigate the spring component of the River South Esk salmon stock.

93 page PDF

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93 page PDF

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Spring salmon on the River South Esk, Scotland: Scottish Marine and Freshwater Science Vol 7 No 10
References

93 page PDF

3.4 MB

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