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Publisher: The Salmon Atlas: World Maps of Atlantic Salmon, Pacific Salmon, Steelhead and Sea Trout
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    Publisher: The Salmon Atlas: World Maps of Atlantic Salmon, Pacific Salmon, Steelhead and Sea Trout
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    About Salmon Often known as the King of fish, salmon are powerful, sleek, silver fish prized for both their sporting qualities and desirable culinary characteristics. The name 'salmon' is given to several types of fish belonging to the Salmonidae family which spend their young life in fresh water and then migrate to the sea where they mature into adults. Salmon may travel huge distances in the sea to specific feeding grounds before returning to fresh water to reproduce. In a remarkable but poorly understood feat of navigation, a salmon may find its way back to the specific river, tributary and even pool of its original birth. After mating, all Pacific salmon and many Atlantic salmon die. This sacrifice helps enrich the river with nutrients to the ultimate benefit of the salmon's offspring. Salmon, in effect, transfer a huge amount of biomass from the oceans into fresh water habitats sometimes deep into the interiors of countries. This plays a vital role in the ecology of these river systems and provides important sustenance for a whole range of wildlife, from aquatic insects to bears. On a human scale, salmon rivers act as life-lines too. In the past, returning salmon provided essential supplies of food to many rural communities and, even today, the first returns of fish each year are celebrated in many villages and towns. Salmon are also highly prized by sport-fisherman who will pay considerable sums and travel long distances for the challenge of hooking a fish on rod and line. Sport fisherman of course follow the salmon upriver and, much like the salmon, play an important role in transferring much needed resources into rural communities,— creating local jobs, trade and increasing cash flow. The Salmon Atlas graphically displays these salmon life-lines and by making potential visitors aware of the opportunities, hopefully will encourage more fishing, more travel and help emphasise the importance of preserving salmon populations in these communities.
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