chinook salmon

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To demonstrate the utility of this partition method, we applied it to genetic distance data calculated from samples taken from 18 Chinook salmon populations along the west coast of Vancouver Island, British Columbia (Fig.
It is a critical component necessary for us to achieve bringing back wild chinook salmon to our special river.
Ontogenetic shifts in diets of juvenile and subadult coho and Chinook salmon in coastal marine waters: important for marine survival?
She landed the largest Chinook salmon on the trip, a 62-pounder.
This study was initiated to determine the incidence of phenotypic sex reversal in wild, fall chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytcha) that returned to spawn in the Columbia River.
Fifteen distinct species of chinook salmon ply the Pacific, and nearly all are considered threatened.
Soon after the laws passage, stories from the national forests indicated that the concerns weren't unfounded: Foresters were using the rider to offer timber sales that had been stopped years earlier for environmental reasons; they were re-labeling sales that had been previously classified as "green" - healthy and alive - as salvage sales to avoid appeals; they were moving into roadless areas - undeveloped wilderness - without the environmental assessments that were usually required; they were clear-cutting steep slopes and polluting streams, they were destroying the habitat of threatened species like the grizzly bear and chinook salmon.
The Reach also supports the last healthy native population of Pacific fall chinook salmon in the Columbia River Basin.
The Snake River sockeye salmon was recently listed as endangered, and the Snake River chinook salmon as threatened under the Endangered Species Act.
By comparison, the New Zealand situation is quite unequivocal and of long--standing clarity: Chinook salmon have been established as self--supporting, anadromous populations, primarily in rivers along the east coast of New Zealand's South Island, since about 1905 (McDowall, 1990; Fig.
The hatchery's goal of restocking 600,000 Chinook salmon has been met, but it has not yet achieved its goal of restocking 100,000 brown trout and rainbow trout.
Char Grilled Fresh Copper River Chinook Salmon Medallions The high oil content of the Copper River salmon stands up to char grilling perfectly and is topped with Anthony's signature sundried tomato and fresh basil butter.
Two fly-fishing advocacy groups have alleged that the operation of the McKenzie Fish Hatchery violates the federal Endangered Species Act by jeopardizing the survival of threatened wild spring chinook salmon in Upper Willamette basin.
This new genetic baseline permits GSI with the use of rapid and cost-effective SNP genotyping, and power analyses indicate that it provides very accurate identification of important stocks of Chinook Salmon.
Abstract--The time series of estimated fishery exploitation rates for endangered Sacramento River winter Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) is confined to a relatively recent period for which coded-wire tag data have been available.