Aineiston tiedot

Tekijä (t):Salonen, Erno
Mutenia, Ahti
Aineiston nimi:Alien fish species in northernmost Finland
Verkko-osoite:http://jukuri.luke.fi/bitstream/handle/10024/532816/tutkimuksia_2.pdf?sequence=1&isAllowed=y
Aineistolaji:kirja
Asiasanat:Inarijärvi, Lokan tekojärvi, Porttipahdan tekojärvi, vieraslajit
Kustantaja:RKTL
Painopaikka:Helsinki
Vuosi:2007
Sivumäärä:16
ISBN/ISSN:978-951-776-590-9 ; 1796-8860
Lehti/sarja ym.:Riista- ja kalatalous, Tutkimuksia / Riista- ja kalatalouden tutkimuslaitos
Lisätietoa:2/2007 Lake Inari is a large, subarctic, oligotrophic and regulated lake. The fish community of the lake is composed of 10 indigenous species, mostly salmonids. Three new species – lake trout (Salvelinus namaycush), land-locked salmon (Salmo salar m. sebago) and vendace (Coregonus albula) – were introduced into the watershed in the 1950s and 1960s. Vendace established a selfreproducing population in the lake that expanded dramatically, creating a boom in fisheries and new fishing technology in the area. The stock collapsed in the early 1990s but has rebounded in the 2000s. Lake trout and land-locked salmon have not established self-reproducing populations; the catches of these species are based on stocking...
Sijainti:F-RKTL Tutkimuksia