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14 - Instream Rights and Hatchery Fish

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  18 February 2021

Paul Stanton Kibel
Affiliation:
Golden Gate University School of Law
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Globally, over the past century there has been an increasing trend to seek to reverse declines in wild fish stocks through the artificial rearing of fish in hatcheries, which are then released into the wild. As the use of fish hatcheries worldwide has increased, however, scientists have noted a troubling trend: increased reliance on hatcheries has often tended to result in further declines in wild fish stocks rather than the replenishment of such wild stocks. As was reported in a 2002 article titled The Future of Stock Enhancement: Lessons for Hatchery Practice from Conservation Biology.

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Riverflow
The Right to Keep Water Instream
, pp. 245 - 257
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print publication year: 2021

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