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A second much more well received poem was published in the same year by the German writer Theodor Fontane. The rail bridge was rebuilt, and in the 1960s the Tay Road Bridge was built.During the winters of 2009––11, the Tay froze over as far as the Tay Road Bridge, and ice floes remained for weeks despite a thaw.Dwindling catches include a 50% reduction in 2009 so the Tay District Salmon Fisheries Board ordered a catch-and-release policy for females all season, and for males until May, beginning in the January 2010 fishing season.Research by the North Atlantic Salmon Conservation Organisation has shown that the number of salmon dying at sea has doubled or trebled over the past 20 years, possibly due to overfishing in the oceans where salmon spend two years before returning to freshwater to spawn.There is an earlier undocumented sighting of a beaver in the River Earn, a Tay tributary, in May 2001.The Tay watershed beaver may be escapees from Tayside captive beaver enclosures.
The largest city on the river, Dundee, lies on the north bank of the Firth.Were it not for the hydro-electric schemes upstream which impounded runoff, the peak would have been considerably higher.The highest flood recorded at Perth occurred in 1814, when the river rose 7 m (23 ft) above its usual level, partly caused by a blockage of ice under Smeaton's Bridge.KITE Innovation works with UK and European Universities, SMEs and large industrial organisations on Horizon 2020 for Proposal Development, Project Management, Dissemination & Exploitation and Information Service.Formed in 2006, the company has supported over 100 successful proposals and helped secure over €750 million of European Research Funding.
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It died within a few months and Scottish Natural Heritage ended its trapping program. Nairn and two more modern ferries equipped with Voith Schneider Propellers, MVs Abercraig and Scotscraig.