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Chinook salmon

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In the example presented here, the estimate of the striped bass predation rate could be improved, and uncertainty in stocking impacts reduced, by incorporating direct information on the rate of striped bass predation on winter-run chinook salmon into an informative prior on a.
In lean years, the more hatchery chinook released, the higher the mortality of wild stocks from that year's smolts.
We examined whether wild male and female chinook salmon spawning on the Hanford Reach of the Columbia River were faithfully expressing their genetic sex.
On August 19, a British Chinook being used to drop Special Forces soldiers came under enemy attack, causing one of the engines to catch fire.
Defence chiefs said the Chinooks would be fitted with data collections units "as a matter of urgency".
FIFTEEN evolutionarily distinct stocks of chinook salmon spawn in waters from southern California to Washington and east into Idaho.
It paid off Saturday for Agoura Hills angler Jim Hervieux, who boated a 9-plus-pound chinook, or king salmon, on a squid-pattern lure tied behind a green and silver flasher.
Convinced that Chinook Manufacturing can provide high-paying jobs for Alaskans, he says, "We need to do something besides continue to build homes for each other.
Harry Zike is named Group Chief Financial Officer, Chinook Sciences LLC (Photo: Business Wire)
Under the $30m contract, the company will ensure Chinook operators that the turboshaft engines will perform with the power, reliability and payload capability needed for a broad spectrum of missions in the army's cargo helicopter.
We are pleased to partner with Chinook Medical Gear and extend the benefits of great tasting Oral Rehydration Therapy to everyone who operates in challenging environments.
On the other hand, the Willamette River run of spring chinook salmon - already well under way in the Portland area - is expected to total about 60,000 fish this year, according to Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife biologists.