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Two agricultural runoff events involving the pesticide azinphos-methyl occurred in July 2002 on the Wilmot River, Prince Edward Island, Canada, resulting in the death of thousands of fish. The fish communities from three sites on this river had been sampled in 2001, permitting comparisons of brook t...
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Prince Edward Island, Salmon Fishing Area 17, is part of the southern Gulf - Gaspé Designatable Unit which COSEWIC assessed as Special Concern in 2010. Atlantic salmon probably occupied about 71 PEI rivers at the time of European contact. Rivers containing salmon fell to 28 in 2000-2002 and to 22 i...
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This paper compiles information on Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) in Prince Edward Island (PEI), for use in a review by the Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada. Stocking of Atlantic salmon in PEI waters began in 1880, and has continued to the present time, with some interruptions...
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