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  • Brook trout hurt growth of trout

    [18 Apr 2017] Introduction of North American brook trout hurt the growth, survival and reproduction of the original populations of trout in Swedish waters.

  • SalmoInvade: Final meeting and Open Seminar

    [28 Feb 2017] SalmoInvade will hold an open seminar on invasion biology, salmonid biology and/or management of natural resources(21 March) and a final meeting (22 March)at Sven Lovén Center - Kristineberg.

  • SalmoInvade publishes meta-analysis

    [27 Sep 2016] SalmoInvade publishes meta-analysis

  • The King of Sweden and the SalmoInvade project

    [26 Nov 2015] The King of Sweden, Karl XVI Gustaf, met up with scientists from the Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences to learn more about fisheries management in the Region Västra Götaland.

  • SalmoInvade to Study the Effects of Recreational Fishing on Salmonids

    [15 Apr 2014] An international group of scientists is to work with anglers to study how invasive fish species affect local fish populations. ¿One of the aspects we plan to investigate is whether recreational fishing can act as protection for local populations of salmon and trout,¿ says project coordinator Professor Jörgen Johnsson of the Department of Biological and Environmental Sciences, University of Gothenburg

  • Kick-off meeting in Stavanger for the SalmoInvade project

    [17 Mar 2014] All partners of the SalmoInvade project will participate in the project kick-off meeting on March 20-21, 2014, in Stavanger (Norway). These two days will be an excellent occasion to get to know all consortium members and to exchange in detail about the programme.

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