Britain's Game Fishes

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Cleaning up British rivers has improved conditions for salmon and other game fish but there is still a long-term decline in numbers that is not fully understood. Assessing the pressures from pollution, land development and climate change, this study gives a detailed natural history of the native game species of salmon, brown or sea trout, Atlantic char, grayling and whitefishes as well as the widespread rainbow trout (introduced from American waters in the 19th century).

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Britain's Game Fishes

Britain's Game Fishes

Celebration and Conservation of Salmonids

Hardback240pp Illustrated234x156mm

9781907807350     Product Code: 503903

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Cleaning up British rivers has improved conditions for salmon and other game fish but there is still a long-term decline in numbers that is not fully understood. Assessing the pressures from pollution, land development and climate change, this study gives a detailed natural history of the native game species of salmon, brown or sea trout, Atlantic char, grayling and whitefishes as well as the widespread rainbow trout (introduced from American waters in the 19th century).

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