Chinook salmon


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Chinook salmon

oncorhynchustshawytscha.
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1 priority is to maintain and improve wild spring chinook salmon in the McKenzie.
Estuarine influence on survival rates of coho (Oncorhynchus kisutch) and chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) released from hatcheries on the U.
We examined whether wild male and female chinook salmon spawning on the Hanford Reach of the Columbia River were faithfully expressing their genetic sex.
The interior Department also condemned the sale, saying it "likely will increase the risk of the extinction of chinook salmon," according to an undisclosed letter the Associated Press obtained.
Fall chinook salmon that spawn in the Reach are a part of a stock called the "upriver brights" (URBs).
Among certain stocks at risk in North America have been the diverse chinook salmon stocks of the Pacific coast (McDonald, 1981; Nehlsen et al.
14 for the recreational sector, reflecting the conventional values used for the annual assessment of SRWC and other Chinook salmon stocks (PFMC (4)).
A federal judge has declined to limit the number of juvenile spring chinook salmon that state fish managers can release from a hatchery into the McKenzie River.
A federal agency has given green signal to distribution of the final $13 million of aid provided to Alaska for the 2012 Chinook salmon fishery failure.
Walt Rosnosky of Great Lakes Rubber caught a 34" steelhead, which qualified for the Michigan Angler Register, and Pete Roeller of Hutchinson Automotive won the biggest fish award with a 14-1/2 pound Chinook salmon.