The Girnock and Baddoch catchments are long-term monitoring sites where the population dynamics of spring salmon have been assessed since 1966 and 1988 respectively. These long-term monitoring sites consist of a pair of fixed traps designed to catch emigrating juvenile salmon and returning adults. Trap protocols were similar, although not identical, over the monitoring period.
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• Ova deposition from individual females was estimated using the length-fecundity relationship reported by Bacon et al. (2012) for upland early running salmon.
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