winter mortality

winter mortality

disease of Sydney rock oysters caused by Mikrocytos roughlei.
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These include respiratory conditions, depression, anxiety, accidents and excess winter mortality.
These include respiratory conditions, d i it id t depression, anxiety, accidents and excess winter mortality.
There is also a link between fuel poverty and increased winter mortality or excess winter deaths.
All of the English regions observed significant increases in the excess winter mortality index between winter periods 2015 to 2016 and 2016 to 2017, whereas excess winter mortality for Wales remained stable.
While experts said there was "no clear geographical pattern" in these death rates, Wales had the highest excess winter mortality at 17%, and the east of England had the lowest at 13%.
Commenting on Winter Mortality in Scotland - 2015/16, Tim Ellis, Chief Executive of NRS, said: "There are always more deaths in the winter in Scotland than in any other season.
Supplementing winter diet with berries and shoots is energetically beneficial and may reduce winter mortality.
To avoid winter mortality, the intention was to accelerate spawning and produce juveniles in late winter and early spring, move them to grow out as soon as possible, and harvest before winter mortality.
The figures buck a trend of decreasing winter mortality over recent decades, but the record low number of deaths in 2013/14 - 17,460 - corresponded with an exceptionally mild winter where the average temperature was 6.
The team recorded very little winter mortality, but a high number of births, with more than 300 calves in the valley, the second highest number ever recorded.
That night I read the report by the European Commission showing that winter mortality among honeybees in northern Europe was up to 33.