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Stock assessment and genetic studies of anadromous salmonids

R. L. Garrison

Stock assessment and genetic studies of anadromous salmonids

by R. L. Garrison

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Published by Oregon Dept. of Fish and Wildlife, Fish Division, Research and Development Section in Portland, Or .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Salmonidae -- Oregon.,
  • Fish stock assessment -- Oregon.,
  • Hatchery fishes -- Oregon.,
  • Fishery resources -- Hatchery vs. wild stocks -- Oregon.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementprepared by R.L. Garrison, N. Rosentreter-Peterson.
    SeriesFederal aid progress reports
    ContributionsRosentreter-Peterson, N., Oregon. Dept. of Fish and Wildlife. Research and Development Section.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsSH331.5.F57 S76361 1978/, 1979
    The Physical Object
    Paginationv, 82 p. :
    Number of Pages82
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16145208M

      Homing and straying by anadromous salmonids: a review of mechanisms and rates Keefer, Matthew; Caudill, Christopher There is a long research history addressing olfactory imprinting, natal homing, and non-natal straying by anadromous salmon and trout (Salmonidae). In undisturbed populations, adult straying is a fundamental. most appropriate focus of future biochemical and genetic studies. We have attempted to describe the diversity of anadromous salmon at several levels. Specific populations with distinctive characteristics represent the finest level of resolu-tion for intraspecific diversity. At larger geographic scales, stocks can be grouped byCited by:

    effects of estuarine habitat modifications on anadromous salmonids: a literature survey c.a. simenstad, k.l. fresh, j. flemma, and d. clarke coastal ecology group u.s. army engineer waterways experiment station vicksburg, mississippi. Homing and straying by anadromous salmonids: a review facilitating genetic resilience, demographic stability, recolonization, and range expansion into unexploited studies of fish physiology and behavior under the purview of hatchery management. Far less is known.

    The range of anadromous steelhead in California extends from our northern border with Oregon south to Malibu Creek, and includes many coastal streams and rivers occurring within all five counties that border the MBNMS (Titus et al. in press; and see Special Status Table).The recent dramatic decline in population numbers for coho and chinook has also impacted our steelhead .   Overview of Life History Aspects of Anadromous Alewife and Blueback Herring in Freshwater Habitats Life History Styles of Diadromous Fishes in Inland Waters of Southern Africa Fishways--Historical Assessment of Design Practices Use of Hatcheries in the Management of Pacific Anadromous Salmonids TRANSITION TO AND FROM THE MARINE ENVIRONMENT Pages:


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Stock assessment and genetic studies of anadromous salmonids by R. L. Garrison Download PDF EPUB FB2

Migrations involve movements of the fish on a larger scale and duration than those arising during normal daily activities. Some particular types of migration are anadromous, in which adult fish live in the sea and migrate into fresh water to spawn, and catadromous, in which adult fish live in fresh water and migrate into salt water to spawn.

Garrison, R.L. and N.M. Rosentreter. Stock assessment and genetic studies of anadromous salmonids. Annual Progress Report, Project number AFS–3. Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, Portland. Google ScholarCited by: January Fish Screening Criteria for Anadromous Salmonids.

National Marine Fisheries Service Southwest Region January Table of Contents. STOCK ASSESSMENT OF COLUMBIA RIVER ANADROMOUS SALMONIDS VOLUME II: STEELHEAD STOCK SUMMARIES STOCK TRANSFER G UI DELINE S - INFORMATION NE EDS Philip Howell Tagging studies to determine the timing of the winter steelhead run in the lower Columbia were conducted (Kern ).

However, recoveries. Genetic Inventory of Elwha Salmonids nerka), Chinook salmon (O. tshawytscha), rain-bow trout (O. mykiss) and bull trout (Salvelinus confluentus).

Previously unpublished data from several independent studies are summarized here. Allelic variation at microsatellite (mSAT) loci is assumed to be evolutionarily neutral and is usedCited by:   There is a long research history addressing olfactory imprinting, natal homing, and non-natal straying by anadromous salmon and trout (Salmonidae).

In undisturbed populations, adult straying is a fundamental component of metapopulation biology, facilitating genetic resilience, demographic stability, recolonization, and range expansion into Cited by: Importance of salmonids, and recent population trends. Anadromous salmonids are important ecologically, culturally, and economically across the globe, as a critical aspect of their ecological systems, as a significant commercial and artisanal fishery, and as Cited by: a risk assessment framework for reintroduction of anadromous salmonids upstream of Chief Joseph and Grand Coulee Dams.

To accomplish this goal, we applied strategies identified in previous risk assessment frameworks for reintroduction. An initial list of potential donor sources for reintroductionCited by: 1.

assessment for the reintroducti on of anadromous salmonids upstream of Chief Joseph and Grand Coulee D ams, northeastern Washing ton: U.S. Geological Survey Open - File Report –87 p.

Sea-run cutthroat trout and steelhead are also anadromous members of the salmonid family. The migration of Pacific salmon from ocean feeding grounds to the streams of their birth is a remarkable feat of endurance and homing.

Salmon may travel 3, miles or more in the ocean leg of migration. Population genetics and Genetic Stock Identification of anadromous Salmo trutta from the Irish Sea and adjacent areas, using microsatellite DNA loci P.

PRODÖHL 1*. Salmonidae is a family of ray-finned fish, the only living family currently placed in the order includes salmon, trout, chars, freshwater whitefishes, and graylings, which collectively are known as the Atlantic salmon and trout of the genus Salmo give the family and order their names.

Salmonids have a relatively primitive appearance among Class: Actinopterygii. Stock assessment and genetic studies of anadromous salmonids / prepared by R.L.

Garrison, Nancy Peterson. Portland, Ore.: Dept. of Fish and Wildlife, SHO7 A38 i: Spring chinook studies in the Deschutes and John Day Rivers / prepared by Wayne A. Burck, Bradley J. Smith. Portland, Or.

SALMONIDS UNDER THE ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT by Fred M. Utter January The Biological Basis for the The assessment of the current status of such groups, leading to possible protective or anadromous salmonids at the species level with regard to. ORIGINAL ARTICLE Evolutionary consequences of habitat loss for Pacific anadromous salmonids Michelle M.

McClure,1 Stephanie M. Carlson,2 Timothy J. Beechie,1 George R. Pess,1 Jeffrey C. Jorgensen,1 Susan M. Sogard,3 Sonia E. Sultan,4 Damon M. Holzer,1 Joseph Travis,5 Beth L. Sanderson,1 Mary E. Power6 and Richard W. Carmichael7 1 Northwest Fisheries.

Anadromous Salmonids in the Trinity River U.S. Department of Interior U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Coastal California Fish and Wildlife Office 16th Street, Room Arcata, California Principal Authors: Michael E. Aceituno - Mark Gard Andy Hamilton Mark Hampton Contributing Editors: Thomas R.

Payne Jeff A. Thomas Decem Anadromous Salmonid Monitoring Plan (Plan), described here, was developed for the purpose of obtaining authorization and funding to expand California’s coastal anadromous salmonid monitoring program to document the status of the populations and their habitats and to meet ESA and CESA stock assessment : LB Boydstun, Trent McDonald.

In this paper, we provide recommendations for planning reintroductions of anadromous salmonids. These guidelines are intended to help design reintroduction programs that establish or expand self-sustaining natural populations and contribute to the recovery of salmon and steelhead listed under the U.S.

Endangered Species Act (ESA). Fishways—Historical Assessment of Design Practices John F. Orsborn. Use of Hatcheries in the Management of Pacific Anadromous Salmonids James A.

Lichatowich and John D. Mcintyre. Transition to and from the Marine Environment. Preamble Richard L. Saunders. Two-Way Trap and Haul as a Conservation Strategy for Anadromous Salmonids Dams are ubiquitous in the United States and have disconnected migratory fishes from important historical habitat.

Trapping fish and moving them around dams (trap and haul) is a common strategy to manage Pacific coast salmonids. Usually, juveniles or.

Effects of Water Temperature on Anadromous Salmonids in the San Joaquin River Basin In Februarythe Department of Fish and Game (DFG) responded to the Central Valley Regional Water Quality Control Board’s “Public Solicitation of Water Quality Data and Information for Integrated Report – List of Impaired Waters and Surface Water.The combined results of Suzuki et al.

(, ), Suzuki (), and Fujino () for the Tg blood group of albacore tuna showed little allele-frequency heterogeneity between albacore tuna sampled from the north and south Pacific Ocean, suggesting that fish in this area consist of a single, genetically homogeneous population.

There were, however, allele-frequency shifts .The Nampa Research Anadromous Ageing Laboratory (NRAAL) supports the Idaho Steelhead Monitoring and Evaluation Studies, the Idaho Natural Production Research Monitoring and Evaluation Project, and other projects by: 1) providing ageing assistance to internal and external cooperators, 2) providing accurate age data in a timely manner, and 3)File Size: 2MB.