Coho salmon


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Coho salmon

oncorhynchuskisutch.
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Platte River State Fish Hatchery (west of Traverse City) stocked 134,000 fall fingerling coho salmon weighing 8,466 pounds.
A recent study traced a major coho salmon die-off to contaminants from roads and automobiles brake dust, oil, fuel, chemical fluids that hitch a ride on stormwater and flow into watersheds.
Hatchery fish also dominate adult returns and contribute 34-50% of fall Chinook salmon to more than 80% of spring and summer Chinook and coho salmon returns to the Columbia River (NRC, 1996; ISAB (1)).
Key words: behavior, Coho Salmon, Cowlitz River, landlocked, migration, Oncorhynchus kisutch, Washington
The Salmon Protection and Watershed Network (SPAWN) is a grassroots organization that restores riparian habitat for critically endangered Coho salmon.
Specific topics include food supplies of stream-dwelling salmonids, the growth and survival of salmon at sea in response to competition and climate change, current perspectives on incorporating local and traditional indigenous knowledge into Alaskan fishery management, managing recreational fisheries, variation in salmon bycatch over time and space in the Eastern Bearing Sea pollock trawl fisheries, a perspective from Bristol Bay on life history variation across spatial and temporal scales, the Skeena Fisheries Commission as a case study of developing aboriginal fishery management capacity in northern British Columbia, learning from the experience of coho salmon management in Oregon, and responses of Pacific salmon populations to climate variation in freshwater ecosystems.
As he played the coho salmon past ECO Wilson, he was heard saying, "This would be a great one to eat.
Coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch), like most salmonids, need cool water for rearing, and they typically reside in a stream for a minimum of one year after hatching.
A 30-minute exposure to a 1 parts per billion (ppb) concentration of atrazine reduced the activity of olfactory neurons in coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) by 11 percent, the researchers reported last November at the annual meeting of the Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry (SETAC) in Montreal.
In Chile, infestation with Diphyllobothrium plerocercoids has also been detected in coho salmon living in the wild, a nonindigenous species raised originally in aquaculture that escaped from pens (19).
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Keen completed a MSc at UBC also in RMES under the supervision of Ken Hall in 2002, which examined the environmental effects of an endocrine disrupting contaminant (4-nonylphenol) on coho salmon.