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Nine-year study confirms sea lice outbreaks on farms cause wild salmon declines (Updated)

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A new study published in the journal Ecological Applications by Canadian scientists, including researchers from Watershed Watch Salmon Society and the University of Alberta found that treating farm salmon with pesticides to control sea lice, well before wild juvenile pink …

UPDATED: Watershed Watch and Save Our Salmon Media Release: New Study Confirms Lice from Farmed Salmon Imperil Wild Salmon, Refutes Flawed Study and Related Media Spin

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A new study on the impacts of lice on wild salmon published today by an independent team of academic researchers in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) confirmed what many previous and unbiased studies have also shown, …

Additional Media on Sea Lice and Sockeye Study

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See the following news stories for more coverage on the recent paper Sea Louse Infection of Juvenile Sockeye Salmon in Relation to Marine Salmon Farms on Canada’s West Coast published the journal Public Library of Science ONE by researchers from …

Craig Orr’s letter to the editor of the Vancouver Sun The relevance of sea lice, toxins and fish still debated

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Watershed Watch Executive Director, Craig Orr, responds to Mary Ellen-Walling’s letter Industry disputes fish farm sea lice is harming wild salmon, Vancouver Sun Processed very hair cialis canada thick Remington of wash loving http://hichamlahlou.com/5mg-cialis from my brushes. Use this healthy …

Watershed Watch co-authors new paper providing the first link between salmon farms and elevated levels of sea lice on Fraser River sockeye

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A new study Sea Louse Infection of Juvenile Sockeye Salmon in Relation to Marine Salmon Farms on Canada’s West Coast published today in the journal Public Library of Science ONE by researchers from Raincoast Conservation Foundation, Watershed Watch Salmon Society, …