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She was invited to join the Scottish Salmon Strategy Task Force in 1995, and in 1998 became Vice-President of the Scottish Executive Fisheries Committee.

She was invited to join the Scottish Salmon Strategy Task Force in 1995, and in 1998 became Vice-President of the Scottish Executive Fisheries Committee. Beyond Scotland, from 1992 she was involved in EU education and training programmes FORCE, COMETT, ERASMUS and LEONARDO. Development and Operation of Quality Standards for Farmed Atlantic Salmon, Salmo salar L: A Case Study. In Book of Abstracts, World Aquaculture 1998, World Aquaculture Society. Impact of the quality movement on salmon farming in Scotland and the development of standards for Organic Aquaculture.

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The Scottish government said it was committed to developing a wild salmon strategy by September this year. She represents the south of Scotland where the River Tweed alone is estimated to be worth millions of pounds to the economy. Dr Alan Wells, chief executive of Fisheries Management Scotland, said salmon catches had reached their lowest levels ever and nature was "sending us some urgent signals". Official catch figures for recent years confirm this iconic species is now approaching crisis point," he said.

Report of the Scottish Salmon Strategy Task Force (1997). SOAEFD Publications, Edinburgh. Fecundity of female mackerel (Scomber scrombrus). Report to the Scottish Office. Histological investigations of mackerel fecundity. Notes of a stereological technique for the estimation of the number of oocytes in the ovary of mackerel (Scomber scombrus).

Nickson, Lord (1997) Report of the Scottish Salmon Strategy Task Force, The Scottish Office .

Nickson, Lord (1997) Report of the Scottish Salmon Strategy Task Force, The Scottish Office, Edinburgh. Phillipson, J. (1999) The fish producers’ organisations of the UK: a strategic analysis, in D. Symes (e., Alternative Management Systems for Fisheries, Blackwell Science, Oxford, pp 79–92. 1999) Governing aquaculture: dynamics and diversity in introducing salmon farming in Scotland, in J. Kooiman, M. van Vliet and S. Jentoft (ed., Creative Governance: Opportunities for Fisheries in Europe, Ashgate, Aldershot, pp. 95–118.

The Scottish Salmon Company (SSC) has announced Kyleakin Primary School as a winner of its 2019 . Scottish schools get a taste of the theatre with The Scottish Salmon Company and the National Theatre of Scotland.

The Scottish Salmon Company (SSC) has announced Kyleakin Primary School as a winner of its 2019 Winter Show Competition, held in partnership with the National. The Scottish Salmon Company picks up hat trick of food and drink awards. The Scottish Salmon Company (SSC) has won three categories at the renowned Highlands and Islands Food and Drink Awards (HIFAD). Western Isles police volunteers ready to help whatever the weather thanks to The Scottish Salmon Company.

Report of the Scottish Salmon Strategy Task Force, The Scottish Office. The fish producers’ organisations of the UK: a strategic analysis Alternative Management Systems for Fisheries. management framework and descriptions of fishing gear). The bulk of the report summarises the coastal fisheries by 11 regions.

The River Dee (Scottish Gaelic: Uisge Dè) is a river in Aberdeenshire, Scotland. Report of the Scottish Salmon Strategy Task Force. Edinburgh: Scottish Office. Panorama of the Linn of Dee (QuickTime required). It rises in the Cairngorms and flows through Strathdee (Deeside) to reach the North Sea at Aberdeen. The name is attested as early as the second century AD in the work of the Alexandrian geographer Claudius Ptolemy, as Δηοῦα ( Deva), meaning 'Goddess', indicating a divine status for the river in the beliefs of the ancient inhabitants of the area. The several other rivers of the same name in Great Britain have the same origin.

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