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Life history and stock differences in Arctic charr of the Paulatuk-Hornaday River, NT area as determined by strontium distribution in otoliths.
Streams with sympatric charrs in Hokkaido are characterized by S.
Fort William-based Ian Fraser proudly displays the massive Arctic charr he caught on Loch Arkaig.
Experimentally induced foraging mode shift by sympatric charrs in a Japanese mountain stream.
Status of anadromous Arctic charr (Sulvelinus alpinus) of the Hornaday River, Northwest Territories, as assessed through harvest-based sampling of the subsistence fishery, August--September 1990-2007.
Distinct fluvial and adfluvial migration patterns of a relict charr, Salvelinus confluentus, stock in a mountainous watershed, Idaho, USA.
The Arctic charr population was sampled using paired gillnets, each 120 m long and 1.
For instance, little is currently known about how sea-run arctic charr affect the structure and function of freshwater food webs.
Key words: anadromy, arctic charr, Ellesmere Island, life history, migrations, Quttinirpaaq National Park, radio-tagging, Salvelinus alpinus
Three arctic charr (Salvelinus alpinus) morphs coexist within the Dieset watercourse (79[degrees] 10'N, 11[degrees]20'E) on Spitsbergen, Svalbard.