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Effects of rearing practice on post-release young-of-the-year behavior: Acipenser sturio early life in freshwater

Abstract : Stocking is becoming an increasing important conservation tool as biodiversity trends continue to decline. In this study, acoustic telemetry assessment of post release behavior of 3 mo old fish was carried out for the first time on a sturgeon species. We aimed to improve the knowledge of movement, distribution and survival of the species freshwater early juveniles within the context of stocking practices. The study provides the first insights into early life in freshwater for this species; this knowledge will help improve stocking practices.
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Erika Carrera Garcia, Eric Rochard, Marie-Laure Acolas. Effects of rearing practice on post-release young-of-the-year behavior: Acipenser sturio early life in freshwater. Endangered Species Research, Oldendorf/Luhe : Inter-Research, 2017, 34, pp.269-281. ⟨10.3354/esr00854⟩. ⟨hal-02606633⟩

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