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  • Edwards, D., J. A. Brown and C. Whitehead (1987). Endocrine and other physiological indicators of acid stress in the brown trout. Annales De La Societe Royale Zoologique De Belgique 117 (S1): 331-342.
  • Edwards, R. W. (1979). Assessment of the importance of temperature as a factor controlling the growth rate of brown trout in streams. Journal of Animal Ecology 48: 501-507.
  • Eek, D. and T. Bohlin (1997). Strontium in scales verifies that sympatric sea-run and stream- resident brown trout can be distinguished by coloration. Journal of Fish Biology 51 (3): 659-661.
  • Egglishaw, H. J. and P. E. Shackley (1977). Growth, survival and production of juvenile salmon and trout in a Scottish stream. Journal of Fish Biology 11: 647-672.
  • Eikebrokk, B., R. Piedrahita and Y. Ulgenes (1995). Rates of fish waste production and effluent discharge from a recirculating system (Biofish) under commercial conditions. Aquaculture Research 26 (8): 589-599.
  • Eklov, A. G. (1996). Effects of habitat size and species richness on anadromous brown trout, Salmo trutta L., populations. Fisheries Management and Ecology 3 (1): 97-101.
  • Eklov, A. G. and L. A. Greenberg (1998). Effects of artificial instream cover on the density of 0 + brown trout. Fisheries Management and Ecology 5 (1): 45-53.
  • Elliot, J. M. (1984). Growth, size, biomass and production of young migratory trout, Salmo trutta, in a Lake District stream, 1966-83. Journal of Animal Ecology 53: 979-994.
  • Elliot, J. M. (1990). Mechanisms responsible for population regulation in young migratory trout Salmo trutta. III. The role of territorial behaviour. Journal of Animal Ecology 59: 803-818.
  • Elliot, J. M. (1994). Quantitative ecology and the brown trout, Oxford University Press.
  • Elliot, J. M. (1996). The relationship between smolt density and fry density in salmonids. Journal of Fish Biology 48 (5): 1030-1032.
  • Elliott, J. M. (1966). Downstream movements of trout fry (Salmo trutta) in a Dartmoor stream. Journal of the Fisheries Research Board of Canada 23: 157-9.
  • Elliott, J. M. (1967). The food of trout (Salmo trutta) in a Dartmoor stream. Journal of Applied Ecology 4: 59-71.
  • Elliott, J. M. (1972). Rates of gastric evacuation in brown trout, Salmo trutta L. Freshwater Biology 2: 1-18.
  • Elliott, J. M. (1973). The food of brown and rainbow trout (Salmo trutta and S. gairdneri) in relation to the abundance of drifting invertebrates in a mountain stream. Oecologia 12: 329-47.
  • Elliott, J. M. (1975). The growth rate of brown trout (Salmo trutta L.) fed on maximum rations. Journal of Animal Ecology 44: 805-2 1.
  • Elliott, J. M. (1975). The growth rate of brown trout (Salmo trutta L.) fed on reduced rations. Journal of Animal Ecology 44: 823-42.
  • Elliott, J. M. (1975). Number of meals in a day, maximum weight of food consumed in a day and maximum rate of feeding for brown trout, Salmo trutta L. Freshwater Biology 5: 287-303.
  • Elliott, J. M. (1975). Weight of food and time required to satiate brown trout, Salmo trutta L. Freshwater Biology 5: 51-64.
  • Elliott, J. M. (1976). Body composition of brown trout (Salmo trutta L.) in relation to temperature and ration size. Journal of Animal Ecology 45: 273 89.
  • Elliott, J. M. (1976). The energetics of feeding, metabolism and growth of brown trout (Salmo trutta L.) in relation to body weight, water temperature and ration size. Journal of Animal Ecology 45: 923-48.
  • Elliott, J. M. (1976). Energy losses in the waste products of brown trout (Salmo trutta L.). Journal of Animal Ecology 45: 561-80.
  • Elliott, J. M. (1984). Growth size biomass and production of young migratory trout Salmo trutta in a Lake district Stream 1966-1983. J Anim Ecol 53 (3): 979-994.
  • Elliott, J. M. (1984). Numerical changes and population regulation in young migratory trout Salmo trutta in a Lake District stream, 1966-83. Journal of Animal Ecology 53: 327-50.
  • Elliott, J. M. (1985). The Choice of a Stock-Recruitment Model For Migratory Trout Salmo- Trutta in an English Lake District Stream Uk. Arch Hydrobiol 104 (1): 145-168.
  • Elliott, J. M. (1985). The choice of a stock-recruitment model for migratory trout, Salmo trutta, in an English Lake District stream. Archiv fiir Hydrobiologie 104: 145-168.
  • Elliott, J. M. (1985). Growth Size Biomass and Production For Different Life-Stages of Migratory Trout Salmo-Trutta in a Lake District Stream 1966-1983. J Anim Ecol 54 (3): 985-1002.
  • Elliott, J. M. (1985). Growth, size, biomass and production for different ' life-stages of migratory trout Salmo trutta in a Lake District stream, 1966-83. Journal of Animal Ecology 54: 985-1001.
  • Elliott, J. M. (1985). Population dynamics of migratory trout Salmo trutta in a Lake District UK stream 1966-1983 and their implications for fisheries management. Journal of Fish Biology 27 (A).
  • Elliott, J. M. (1985). Population dynamics of migratory trout, Salmo trutta, in a Lake District stream, 1966-83, and their implications for fisheries management. Journal of Fish Biology 27: 35-43.
  • Elliott, J. M. (1985). Population regulation for different life-stages of migratory trout Salmo trutta in a Lake District stream, 1966-83. Journal of Animal Ecology 54: 617-38.
  • Elliott, J. M. (1985). Population Regulation For Different Life-Stages of Migratory Trout Salmo-Trutta in a Lake District Stream Uk 1966-1983. J Anim Ecol 54 (2): 617-638.
  • Elliott, J. M. (1986). Spatial distribution and behavioural movements of migratory trout Salmo trutta in a Lake District stream. Journal of Animal Ecology 55: 907-22.
  • Elliott, J. M. (1987). The distances travelled by downstream-moving trout fry, Salmo trutta, in a Lake District stream. Freshwater Biology 17: 491-499.
  • Elliott, J. M. (1987). Population regulation in contrasting populations of trout Salmo trutta in two Lake District streams. Journal of Animal Ecology 56: 83-98.
  • Elliott, J. M. (1988). Growth, size, biomass and production in contrasting populations of trout Salmo trutta in two Lake District streams. Journal of Animal Ecology 57: 49-60.
  • Elliott, J. M. (1989). The critical-period concept for juvenile survival and its relevance for population regulation in young sea trout, Salmo trutta. Journal of Fish Biology 35 (A): 91-98.
  • Elliott, J. M. (1989). Growth and size variation in contrasting populations of trout Salmo trutta: an experimental study on the role of natural selection. Journal of Animal Ecology 58: 45-58.
  • Elliott, J. M. (1989). Mechanisms responsible for population regulation in young migratory trout, Salmo trutta.. 1. The critical time for survival. Journal of Animal Ecology 58: 987-1001.
  • Elliott, J. M. (1989). The natural regulation of numbers and growth in contrasting populations of brown trout, Salmo trutta, in two Lake District streams. Freshwater Biology 21: 7-19.
  • Elliott, J. M. (1989). Wild brown trout Salmo trutta: an important national and international resource. Freshwater Biology 21: 1-5.
  • Elliott, J. M. (1990). Mechanisms responsible for population regulation in young migratory trout Salmo trutta L. I. Fish growth and size variation. J Anim Ecol 59 (1): 171-186.
  • Elliott, J. M. (1990). Mechanisms responsible for population regulation in young migratory trout Salmo trutta L. II. The role of territorial behavior. J Anim Ecol 59 (3): 803-818.
  • Elliott, J. M. (1990). Mechanisms responsible for population regulation in young migratory trout, Salmo trutta.L. III. Fish growth and size variation. Journal of Animal Ecology 59: 171-85.
  • Elliott, J. M. (1991). Rates of gastric evacuation in piscivorous brown trout, Salmo trutta. Freshwater Biology 25 (2): 297-305.
  • Elliott, J. M. (1992). Variation in the population density of adult sea-trout, Salmo trutta, in 67 rivers in England and Wales. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 1: 5-11.
  • Elliott, J. M. (1993). A 25-year study of production of juvenile sea-trout, Salmo trutta, in an English Lake District stream. Canadian Special Publication of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 118: 109-22.
  • Elliott, J. M. (1993). The pattern of natural mortality throughout the life-cycle in contrasting populations of brown trout, Salmo trutta L. Fisheries Research 17 (1-2): 123-136.
  • Elliott, J. M. (1993). The self-thinning rule applied to juvenile sea-trout, Salmo trutta. Journal of Animal Ecology 62: 371 379.
  • Elliott, J. M. (1994). Quantitative ecology and the brown trout. Oxford, Oxford University Press.
  • Elliott, J. M. (1995). Fecundity and egg density in the redd for sea trout. Journal of Fish Biology 47 (5): 893-901.
  • Elliott, J. M. (1997). An experimental study on the natural removal of dead trout fry in a Lake District stream. Journal of Fish Biology 50 (4): 870-877.
  • Elliott, J. M. and E. Baroudy (1995). The ecology of Arctic charr, Salvelinus alpinus, and brown trout, Salmo trutta, in Windermere (northwest England). Nordic Journal of Freshwater Research 71: 33-48.
  • Elliott, J. M. and J. A. Elliott (1995). The effect of the rate of temperature increase on the critical thermal maximum for parr of Atlantic salmon and brown trout. Journal of Fish Biology 47 (5): 917-919.
  • Elliott, J. M., J. A. Elliott and J. Hilton (1993). Sources of variation in post-Chernobyl radiocaesium in brown trout Salmo trutta L. and Arctic Charr Salvelinus alpinus L. from six Cumbrian Lakes Northwest England. Ann Limnol 29 (1): 79-98.
  • Elliott, J. M., J. M. Fletcher, J. A. Elliott, P. R. Cubby and E. Baroudy (1996). Changes in the population density of pelagic salmonids in relation to changes in lake enrichment in Windermere (northwest England). Ecology of Freshwater Fish 5 (4): 153-162.
  • Elliott, J. M., U. H. Humpesch and M. A. Hurley (1987). A comparative study of eight mathematical models for the relationship between water temperature and hatching time of eggs of freshwater fish. Arch Hydrobiol 109 (2): 257-278.
  • Elliott, J. M. and M. A. Hurley (1995). The functional relationship between body size and growth rate in fish. Functional Ecology 9 (4): 625-627.
  • Elliott, J. M. and M. A. Hurley (1998). An individual-based model for predicting the emergence period of sea trout fry in a Lake District stream. Journal of Fish Biology 53 (2): 414-433.
  • Elliott, J. M. and M. A. Hurley (1998). A new functional model for estimating the maximum amount of invertebrate food consumed per day by brown trout, Salmo trutta. Freshwater Biology 39 (2): 339-349.
  • Elliott, J. M. and M. A. Hurley (1998). Population regulation in adult, but not juvenile, resident trout (Salmo trutta) in a Lake District stream. Journal of Animal Ecology 67 (2): 280-286.
  • Elliott, J. M., M. A. Hurley and J. A. Elliott (1997). Variable effects of droughts on the density of a sea-trout Salmo trutta population over 30 years. Journal of Applied Ecology 34 (5): 1229-1238.
  • Elliott, J. M., M. A. Hurley and R. J. Fryer (1995). A new, improved growth model for brown trout, Salmo trutta. Functional Ecology 9 (2): 290-298.
  • Elo, K., J. Erkinaro, J. A. Vuorinen and E. Niemela (1995). Hybridization between Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) and brown trout (S. trutta) in the Teno and Naatamo River systems, northernmost Europe. Nordic Journal of Freshwater Research (70): 56-61.
  • Elo, K., S. Ivanoff, J. A. Vuorinen and J. Piironen (1997). Inheritance of RAPD markers and detection of interspecific hybridization with brown trout and Atlantic salmon. Aquaculture 152 (1-4): 55-65.
  • Emery, L. (1985). A new look at marking fish with paper fasteners jaw tags and cold brands. Prog Fish-Cult 47 (4): 1986).
  • Engstrom-Heg, R. (1986). Prediction of wild brown trout Salmo trutta catch rates from estimated yearling population density and fishing intensity. N Am J Fish Manage 6 (3): 410-417.
  • Essington, T. E. and P. W. Sorensen (1996). Overlapping sensitivities of brook trout and brown trout to putative hormonal pheromones. Journal of Fish Biology 48 (5): 1027-1029.
  • Essington, T. E., P. W. Sorensen and D. G. Paron (1998). High rate of redd superimposition by brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) and brown trout (Salmo trutta) in a Minnesota stream cannot be explained by habitat availability alone. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 55 (10): 2310-2316.
  • Estoup, A., C. R. Largiadèr, E. Perrot and D. Chourrout (1996). Rapid one-tube DNA extraction for reliable PCR detection of fish polymorphic markers and transgenes. Mol. Mar. Biol. Biotech. 5: 295-298.
  • Estoup, A., P. Presa-Martinez, F. Krieg, D. Vaiman and R. Guyomard (1993). (CT)n and (GT)n microsatellites: a new class of genetic markers for Salmo trutta L. (brown trout). Heredity 71: 488-496.
  • Estoup, A., F. Rousset, Y. Michalakis, J. M. Cornuet, M. Adriamanga and R. Guyomard (1998). Comparative analysis of microsatellite and allozyme markers: A case study investigating microgeographic differentiation in brown trout (Salmo trutta). Molecular Ecology 7 (3): 339-353.
  • Evans, D. M. (1994). Observations on the spawning behaviour of male and female adult sea trout, Salmo trutta L., using radio-telemetry. Fisheries Management and Ecology 1 (2): 91-105.
  • Evans, D. M., D. M. Mee and D. R. K. Clarke (1995). Mesh selection in a sea trout, Salmo trutta L. commercial seine net fishery. Fisheries Management and Ecology 2 (2): 103-111.

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