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Baddoch Burn Bibliography

picture of Baddoch Burn (c) Ewan Shilland

Humphreys, E. M., Gillings, S., Musgrove, A., Marchant, J. & Calladine, J. (2016) An update of the review on the impacts of piscivorous birds on salmonid populations and game fisheries in Scotland. 1-68. Scottish Natural Heritage Commissioned Report No. 884. Scottish Natural Heritage, Inverness.

Millar, C. P., Fryer, R. J., Millidine, K. J. & Malcolm, I. A. (2016) Modelling capture probability of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) from a diverse national electrofishing dataset: Implications for the estimation of abundance. Fisheries Research, 177, 1-12.

Orpwood, J. E., Mackay, F., Smith, G. W., Stewart, D. C., Henry, J. I., Anderson, J. M., Morgan, T., Millar, C. P., Malcolm, I. A., Cauwelier, E., Counter, S. L., Gilbey, J., Sampayo, J., Stradmeyer, L., Simpson, I., Downie, H. K., Wyndham, M., Middlemas, S. J., MacLean, J. C. & Armstrong, J. D. (2016) Spring salmon on the River South Esk, Scotland. 1-88. ISSN: 2043-7722. Marine Scotland, Pitlochry.

Shilland, E. M., Monteith, D. T., Millidine, K. & Malcolm, I. A. (2016) The United Kingdom Upland Waters Monitoring Network Data Report for 2014-2015 (year 27). Report to the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Contract EPG 1/3/160). 1-290. ENSIS Ltd. Environmental Change Research Centre, University College London, London.

Shilland, E. M., Monteith, D. T., Millidine, K. & Malcolm, I. A. (2016) UK Upland Waters Monitoring Network (UKUWMN) - Scottish Sites. Annual Summary Progress Report to SEPA. 1-139. ENSIS Ltd, Environmental Change Research Centre, University College London, London.

Anon. (2015) Status of Scottish Salmon and Sea Trout Stocks 2014. Marine Scotland Science Report, No. 01/15, 1-23. Marine Scotland Science, Pitlochry.

Malcolm, I. A., Millar, C. P. & Millidine, K. J. (2015) Spatio-temporal variability in Scottish smolt emigration times and sizes. Scottish Marine and Freshwater Science. Volume 6 Number 2, 1-15. Marine Scotland Science, Pitlochry.

Millar, C. P., Millidine, K. J., Middlemas, S. J. & Malcolm, I. A. (2015) Development of a Model for Predicting Large Scale Spatio-Temporal Variability in Juvenile Fish Abundance from Electrofishing Data. Scottish Marine and Freshwater Science Report. Volume 6 Number 6, 1-48. ISSN: 2043-7722. Marine Scotland Science, Pitlochry.

Anon. (2014) Status of Scottish Salmon and Sea Trout Stocks 2013. Marine Scotland Science Report, No. 03/14, 1-20. Marine Scotland Science, Pitlochry.

Shilland, E. M., Monteith, D. T., Millidine, K. & Malcolm, I. A. (2014) The United Kingdom Upland Waters Monitoring Network Data Report for 2013-2014 (year 26). Report to the Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (Contract EPG 1/3/160). 1-282. ENSIS Ltd. Environmental Change Research Centre, University College London, London.

Imholt, C., Soulsby, C., Malcolm, I. A., Hrachowitz, M., Gibbins, C. N., Langan, S. & Tetzlaff, D. (2013) Influence of Scale on Thermal Characteristics in a Large Montane River Basin. River Research and Applications, 29, 403-419.

Bacon, P., Malcolm, I., MacLean, J., McLaren, I. & Thorne, A. (2012) Female Length and Mass Quantify the Difference between Atlantic Salmon Ova Fecundity and Ova Deposition. North American Journal of Fisheries Management, 32, 491-498.

Hrachowitz, M., Soulsby, C., Imholt, C., Malcolm, I. A. & Tetzlaff, D. (2010) Thermal regimes in a large upland salmon river: a simple model to identify the influence of landscape controls and climate change on maximum temperatures. Hydrological Processes, 24, 3374-3391.

Youngson, A. F., MacLean, J. C., Bacon, P. J., Godfrey, J. W., Smith, G. W. & Thorley, J. L. (2007) Salmon Assessment in Scotland: Bringing Information Resources into Line with Recent Research on Methods. Scottish Fisheries Research Report No. 68, 1-24. The Scottish Executive Environment and Rural Affairs Department, Edinburgh.

Jordan, W. C., Cross, T. F., Crozier, W. W., Ferguson, A., Galvin, P., Hurrell, R. H., McGinnity, P., Martin, S. A. M., Moffett, I. J. J., Price, D. J., Youngson, A. F. & Verspoor, E. (2005) Allozyme variation in Atlantic salmon from the British Isles: associations with geography and the environment. Journal of Fish Biology, 67, 146-168.

Potter, E. C. E. & Dare, P. J. (2003) Research on migratory salmonids, eel and freshwater fish stocks and fisheries. Science Series Technical Report No. 119, 1-64. CEFAS, Lowestoft.

Cunningham, P. D., Brown, L. J. & Harwood, A. J. (2002) Predation and scavenging of salmon carcasses along spawning streams in the Scottish Highlands. 1-38. Wester Ross Fisheries Trust, Gairloch.

Soulsby, C., Gibbins, C., Wade, A. J., Smart, R. & Helliwell, R. (2002) Water quality in the Scottish uplands: a hydrological perspective on catchment hydrochemistry. The Science of The Total Environment, 294, 73-94.

Webb, J. H., Fryer, R. J., Taggart, J. B., Thompson, C. E. & Youngson, A. F. (2001) Dispersion of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) fry from competing families as revealed by DNA profiling. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 58, 2386-2395.

Johnston, I. A., Mclay, H. A., Abercromby, M. & Robins, D. (2000) Phenotypic plasticity of early myogenesis and satellite cell numbers in Atlantic salmon spawning in upland and lowland tributaries of a river system. Journal of Experimental Biology, 203, 2539-2552.

Johnston, I. A., Mclay, H. A., Abercromby, M. & Robins, D. (2000) Early thermal experience has different effects on growth and muscle fibre recruitment in spring- and autumn-running Atlantic salmon populations. Journal of Experimental Biology, 203, 2553-2564.

Aitkenhead, J. A., Hope, D. & Billett, M. F. (1999) The relationship between dissolved organic carbon in stream water and soil organic carbon pools at different spatial scales. Hydrological Processes, 13, 1289-1302.

Stead, S. M., Houlihan, D. F., McLay, H. A. & Johnstone, R. (1999) Food consumption and growth in maturing Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar). Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 56, 2019-2028.

Fleming, I. A. (1998) Pattern and variability in the breeding system of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar), with comparisons to other salmonids. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 55, 59-76.

Hope, D., Billett, M. F. & Cresser, M. S. (1997) Exports of organic carbon in two river systems in NE Scotland. Journal of Hydrology, 193, 61-82.

Verspoor, E. (1997) Genetic diversity among Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar L.) populations. ICES Journal of Marine Science: Journal du Conseil, 54, 965-973.

Youngson, A. F., Webb, J. H., MacLean, J. C. & Whyte, B. M. (1997) Frequency of occurrence of reared Atlantic salmon in Scottish salmon fisheries. ICES Journal of Marine Science: Journal du Conseil, 54, 1216-1220.

Nielsen, E. E., Hansen, M. M. & Loeschcke, V. (1996) Genetic structure of European populations of Salmo salar L. (Atlantic salmon) inferred from mitochondrial DNA. Heredity, 77, 351-358.

Soulsby, C., Turnbull, D., Langan, S. J., Owen, R. & Hirst, D. (1995) Long-term trends in stream chemistry and biology in North-East Scotland: Evidence for recovery. Water Air Soil Pollut, 85, 689-694.

Turnbull, D., Soulsby, C., Langan, S., Owen, R. & Hirst, D. (1995) Macroinvertebrate status in relation to critical loads for freshwaters: A case study from N.E. Scotland. Water Air Soil Pollut, 85, 2461-2466.

Billett, M. F. & Cresser, M. S. (1992) Predicting stream-water quality using catchment and soil chemical characteristics. Environmental Pollution, 77, 263-268.

Shackley, P. E. & Donaghy, M. J. (1992) The Distribution and Growth of Juvenile Salmon and Trout in the Major Tributaries of the River Dee Catchment (Grampian Region). Scottish Fisheries Report, 51, 1-18. SOAFD Freshwater Fisheries Laboratory, Pitlochry.

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