IMEDEA Calendar
Lun 8th May
to Jue 11th May

Most likely, after (??) the Covid madness, all our lives have improved and when the path and the horizon are clear, we all are now boosted and willing to share the latest results of our research on “stream salmonids”. Within this troublesome period, we have not been aware of any advance on the conservation and new management strategies of salmonids even after our claims in previous meetings not even we have seen any political and/or administrative action aimed at reducing the effects of the global change despite delightful international agreements. Probably, the only positive step of the Covid has been a reduction in the exploitation rates of salmonids for a couple of years, a sort of an imposed biological ban that, in one or another away, have permitted self-protection by an unusual lack of fishing activities (i.e., a sort of “let them alone” for a while). We suspect nevertheless, that opening the barriers of the Covid restrictions will trigger a boom of fishing efforts by impassioned anglers of unpredictable consequences that may require re-ordering the fishing strategies to reduce undesirable effects.

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