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Chinook salmon

oncorhynchustshawytscha.
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Predation on juvenile Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) and other native fishes within California's Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta has raised considerable debate over the last several decades (Bennet and Moyle, 1996; Mount et al.
Techniques are demonstrated with two examples from Alaska, one on Pacific herring (Clupea pallasii)-baleen whale dynamics and one on strategic research planning for Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha).
Chinook salmon is another popular salmon species, a native of the Pacific Ocean and belongs to the genus Onchorynchus.
Juvenile Chinook salmon passing through the section, which is herein called the "infectious zone" have shown very high mortality rates in some years (62% in 2005 [18]).
Wildlife biologists from the Oregon and Washington governments say the sea lions are a threat to Chinook salmon recovery and have sought to trap and kill the pinnipeds.
A glossary and additional information about black bears and chinook salmon, including a map of the salmon route, extend this book's classroom use.
According to AquaBounty, a Massachusetts company behind the GM salmon, AquAdvantage Salmon include a gene from Chinook salmon, which provides the fish with the potential to grow to market size in half the time of conventional salmon.
The product is an Atlantic salmon that contains a growth hormone gene from a chinook salmon and a genetic on-switch from the ocean trout, a distant relative of the salmon.
Adult spring-run chinook salmon hold in the Englebright Dam Reach of the lower Yuba River.
Springer's quest; life of a Pacific Chinook salmon.
USGS scientists from the Western Fisheries Research Center worked in partnership with the Nisqually Tribe and the Fish and Wildlife Service to collect juvenile Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) from various habitats and process their otoliths.
Chinook salmon off the coast of California and most of Oregon are safe this year from commercial and recreational fishermen.