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Culture of Salmonidae and the environment in Denmark


, : Culture of Salmonidae and the environment in Denmark. Pisciculture Francaise (61/62): 31-41

A visiting French team describe the large salmon or trout hatcheries or farms in Denmark, treatment of their effluent, possible pollution of the rivers and relevance of the findings to France, where conditions are different and require study.

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