Consensus Statement from SFU Invitational Think Tank on Pathogens and Disease in Pacific Salmon Now Available

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A Consensus Statement from the November 30-December 1 invitational think tank of national and international scientists on pathogens and disease in Pacific salmon is now available.  The think tank explored:

  • What pathogens and diseases are impacting wild Pacific salmon populations?
  • What do we know, what do we not know, and what do we need to know right now?
  • What should we consider in terms of interacting stressors, cumulative impacts and diseases?
  • How do we manage for uncertainty and the protection of wild salmon?


For additional information on this workshop, see the website for SFU’s Centre for Continuing Studies in Science:


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