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September 18, 2020

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The Crowsnest River is a high-value sport fishery in southern Alberta. To understand the impact of whirling disease on Rainbow Trout populations in the Crowsnest River, Alberta Environment and ...


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August 1, 2020

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In 2019, Alberta Environment and Parks conducted a comprehensive study to understand the impact of whirling disease on Rainbow Trout populations in the Crowsnest River. This document provides a ...


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August 1, 2020

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Alberta’s decontamination protocol helps ensure the proper cleaning of watercraft and other equipment used in water to reduce the spread of aquatic invasive species and fish disease. The revised ...


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August 1, 2020

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Alberta’s decontamination protocol helps ensure the proper cleaning of watercraft and other equipment used in water to reduce the spread of aquatic invasive species and fish disease. The revised ...


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August 1, 2020

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The Whirling disease decontamination risk zone map indicates locations where whirling disease has been detected, and has been developed for the purpose of ensuring the correct decontamination ...


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February 20, 2020

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One-page infographic providing an overview of whirling disease in Alberta.


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January 21, 2020

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Questions and misconceptions about whirling disease are identified and addressed.


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October 1, 2019

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Annual report on the work being done by Alberta Environment and Parks, through its Whirling Disease Program, to manage the spread of whirling disease in the province. First appearing in Alberta in ...


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November 1, 2018

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In August 2017, the Government of Alberta Decontamination Protocol was introduced as a management strategy to reduce the spread of whirling disease and other aquatic invasive species and fish ...


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June 1, 2018

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In August 2016, the first confirmed occurrence of whirling disease in Canada was found in fish from Johnson Lake in Banff National Park and the Bow River Basin. While the disease has no impact on ...