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2005). Smolts may not need a period of acclimatisation because they have previously, while still in fresh water, become modified physiologically to tolerate saline conditions (Hoar 1988). The migration of smolts through the estuaries occurs mainly at night and during ebb tides, with the smolts swimming close to the surface, which is often the fastest-moving section of the water column (Moore et al. 1995; Lacroix et al. 2004). Predation on seaward-migrating salmonid smolts can be significant (Hvidsten & Lund 1988; Jepsen et al.
Post-smolts can travel rapidly over long distances, as tagged individuals recaptured in the Faroe-Shetland Channel had covered 713–874 km during the 38–51 days after they were released in rivers as smolts, corresponding to a minimum progression rate of 7–30 km day−1 (Shelton et al. 1997). Similar recapture data from the North Sea, the Norwegian Sea and the Barents Sea have shown minimum progression rates of between 6 and 26 km day−1 (Holm et al. 2003). Multi-sea-winter salmon may move farther away from home than grilse (Hansen & Quinn 1998).
Confronted with these stressors, the fish showed avoidance behaviour, escaping to points either upstream Aquatic Nomads: The Life and Migrations of the Atlantic Salmon 19 or downstream of the pollution source, and in some cases even leaving the river. However, when fish are not able to detect and avoid water pollution, survival and reproduction may be affected. Intrinsic factors Maturation stage, energy state, hormonal control and stress level may all be physiological factors influencing and in some instances controlling the upstream migration pattern.