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rainbow trout fry syndrome
severe septicemic condition of rainbow trout fry caused by Cytophaga psychrophila.
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Environmental Protection Agency and National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Fisheries, in cooperation with state agencies, rice growers and industry, announced an agreement to create federally enforceable restrictions of the pesticide thiobencarb, an herbicide used on rice crops, to protect threatened and endangered salmon and steelhead trout in California.
It's during a rugged fly fishing trip that past wounds, admissions of failures, forgiveness of sins and promises for a better future are reeled in; each is every bit as perfect as their father's final catch-a monster steelhead trout.
Historical distribution of southern steelhead trout in the Santa Monica Bay.
While their study was focused on steelhead trout, researchers say it's reasonable to assume their findings apply to other salmonids.
His project, South Coast Habitat Restoration, works mainly to remove stream barriers that prevent steelhead trout from accessing their traditional spawning grounds.
Officials studied and tracked the movements of mountain lions, bobcats, badgers, mule deer, snakes, toads, butterflies, woodpeckers, steelhead trout and even ants.
California American Water filed an application with the California Public Utilities Commission today requesting permission to remove the San Clemente Dam on the Carmel River in order to resolve seismic safety concerns associated with the dam and restore critical habitat for the steelhead trout.
Collaboration among federal and state agencies, rice growers and industry has created federally enforceable restrictions of the pesticide thiobencarb to protect threatened and endangered salmon and steelhead trout in California.
Creeks and rivers in these watersheds host lush riparian zones with habitat for the threatened steelhead trout, and other sensitive species including the California spotted owl and the Southwestern Pond Turtle.
A die-off of native and exotic fish and invertebrate species, including the endangered southern steelhead trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) was observed in Malibu Creek, Los Angeles County, during the summer and fall of 2006.
LAKE CASITAS -- State and local water district officials spent millions of dollars to build a fish ladder in the Ventura River to save the endangered steelhead trout, and recent sightings of fish swimming through the ladder seem to indicate success.