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Pressures on wild Atlantic Salmon.Explotation of ResourceSurvival at sea/marine mortalityAquacultureInteractions with other speciesWater and sediment quality in riversOffshore renewable energyhigh seas fisheriesin river anglingmixed stock fisheriesnetsby catchcatch and releaseequipment typetemperature infleunceshandling practicesanglingsea-trout fisheriescatch and retainability to reproducesurvivalby-catch in pelagic fisheriespredation at seaparasite burdensfood availabilitycompetitionclimate change effectsabundance of prey speciesoverfishing of prey speciese.g. herring or mackerelsea-licediseaseescapespollutiondamage to benthic habitatfeed sourcesgenetic integritypollutiontemperature, dissolved oxygenpollutionacidification of surface waternutrient enrichmentsedimentationlight levels too high/lowdischargesacid rainforestry practicesland runoff (e.g. silage, slurry)wastewater treatment dischargesLand runofferosionovergrazingStockingRiver flowsHabitatClimate ChangePhysical barriers to migrationIntroduction of non native salmon stockseffects of fitness of wild salmonwave devicestidal devicesPredationMarine Mammalssealotterdolphinharbour porpoisePiscivorous BirdsPiscivorous Fishinvasive non native speciesinvasive fish specisother invasive speciesinvasive plant speciesincreased competitionincreased predatione.g. North American signal crayfishe.g. American minkpotential future effects of beaver introductionRisk of disease/parasitesincluding Gyrodactylus salaris historic hill drainage schemesclimate fluctuationsabstractione.g. hydro-electricity generationphysical deterioratation of and/or loss of spawning grounds and nursery habitatdegraded in channel habitatsFreshwaterMarineChanges in water quality e.g., temperaturechanges in flow patternsincrease in water temperaturechanges to ocean circulationchanges to prey specieslower nutritional valueavailabilty changes to wind strengthlow flowsdams/reservoirstransport infrastructurehydo-electricity generation
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