23 Oct '11, 1pm

Green Blog: A Salmon Virus: Where Do We Go From Here?: Scientists scramble to fill in the many unknowns surround...

Reuters A sockeye salmon preparing to spawn near Chase, B.C., northeast of Vancouver. If anything is certain about the recent discovery of infectious salmon anemia in two wild juvenile salmon in British Columbia, it’s the extent of the uncertainties . Questions range from whether its discovery will be confirmed in additional lab tests to whether it has spread widely to how to contain it. Filling in the unknowns is the first order of business. Representatives of the aquaculture industry argue that the two cases may be false positives. Daniel Pauly , a fisheries biologist at the University of British Columbia , calls for an immediate comparison of the methods used to detect the disease by the reference lab that found the positives and those of the Canadian fish health department , which says it has so far found no traces of the virus on salmon farms. “Typically, negative res...

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Reuters A sockeye salmon preparing to spawn near Chase, B.C., northeast of Vancouver. If anything is certain about the rec...

A Salmon Virus: Where Do We Go From Here?

green.blogs.nytimes.com 23 Oct '11, 1pm

Reuters A sockeye salmon preparing to spawn near Chase, B.C., northeast of Vancouver. If anything is certain about the rec...

A Salmon Virus: Where Do We Go From Here?

green.blogs.nytimes.com 23 Oct '11, 1pm

Reuters A sockeye salmon preparing to spawn near Chase, B.C., northeast of Vancouver. If anything is certain about the rec...

Deadly salmon virus - 1 more reason to protect Bristol Bay's wild salmon fishery | Sylvia Fallon via @NRDC:

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Bayne Stanley for The New York Times A salmon farm in the Broughton Archipelago in British Columbia. The detection of infe...

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Green Blog: Should Salmon Farms Move Inland?

green.blogs.nytimes.com 28 Oct '11, 4pm

Bayne Stanley for The New York Times A salmon farm in the Broughton Archipelago in British Columbia. The detection of infe...