GenMix – solving the riddles of the Tana
mixed stock coastal and river fisheries
Developing a model-based flexible and adaptive fisheries management
Morten Johansen, present address: University of Tromsø
Jaakko Erkinaro, Finnish Game and Fisheries Research Institute
Panu Orell, Finnish Game and Fisheries Research Institute
Eero Niemelä, Finnish Game and Fisheries Research Institute
Martin Svenning, Norwegian Institute for Nature Research
Project duration: 2009-2013
Kolarctic salmon - Trilateral cooperation on our common resource;
the Atlantic salmon in the Barents region
Merging modern science with traditional knowledge to improve the future management of the Atlantic salmon in the Barents region
Norway - County Governor of Finnmark (FMFI)
- Norwegian Institute of Nature Research - Tromsø (NINA)
- Institute of Marine Research – Tromsø (IMR)
Finland - Finnish Game and Fisheries Research Institute - Utsjoki (FGFRI)
-University of Turku - Kevo (UTU)
Russia - Polar research Institute of marine Fisheri
Vähä J.-P., Erkinaro J., Niemelä E., Saloniemi I., Primmer C.R., Johansen M., Svenning M. and Brørs S.
2010. Temporally stable population-specific differences in run timing of one-sea-winter Atlantic salmon returning to a large river system. Evolutionary Applications in press
Erkinaro J, Niemelä E, Vähä J-PK, Primmer CR, Brørs S, Hassinen E, Orell P & Länsman M. 2010. Distribution and biological characteristics of escaped farmed salmon in a major subarctic salmon river,River Teno, (Finland/Norway). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 67:130–142
Vähä, J.-P., J. Erkinaro, E. Neimelä, and C. R. Primmer. 2008. Temporally stable genetic structure and low migration in an Atlantic salmon population complex: implications for conservation and management. Evolutionary Applications 1:137–154.
Vähä Juha-Pekka. 2007. Conservation genetics of Teno river Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar): Genetic structure in space and time, and the effects of escaped farmed salmon. Annales universitatis Turkuensis Sarja II, tom. 217. PhD Thesis .
Vähä, J.-P., J. Erkinaro, E. Niemelä, and C.R. Primmer. 2007. Life–history and habitat features influence the within–river genetic structure of Atlantic salmon. Molecular Ecology 16:2638–2654.
Vähä, J.-P. ja Primmer, C.R. 2006. The efficiency of model-based Bayesian methods for detecting hybrid individuals under different hybridization scenarios and with different numbers of loci. Molecular Ecology , 15: 63–72