Studies of juvenile salmonids off the Oregon and Washington coast, 1981

by W. Waldo Wakefield

Publisher: School of Oceanography, Oregon State University in Corvallis, Or

Written in English
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  • Salmonidae -- Oregon -- Pacific Coast.,
  • Salmonidae -- Washington (State) -- Pacific Coast.

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Statementby W.W. Wakefield, J.P. Fisher and W.G. Pearcy.
SeriesReference -- 81-13., Reference (Oregon State University. School of Oceanography) -- 81-13.
ContributionsFisher, Jeffrey P., Pearcy, William G., Oregon State University. School of Oceanography.
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Paginationi, 51 p. :
Number of Pages51
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Open LibraryOL16057923M

Stomach contents of juvenile coho,Oncorhynchus kisutch, and chinook,O. tshawytscha, salmon collected in purse seines off the coast of Washington and Oregon were examined for . Populations along the coast north of Cape Blanco (43°N) have exhib-Juvenile salmonid distribution, growth, condition, origin, and environmental and species associations in the Northern California Current* Rick D. Brodeur Northwest Fisheries Science Center National Marine Fisheries Service, NOAA S. Marine Science Drive Newport, Oregon We developed a predation index to describe the relative magnitude of predation on juvenile salmonids by northern squawfish Ptychocheilus oregonensis throughout the lower and middle Columbia River and lower Snake River. The predation index was the product of an abundance index and a consumption index. We evaluated various catch indices and found that catch per unit effort best reflected. CAPITOL FOREST, WASHINGTON — by R. E. Carman~, C. J. Cederholm2, and E, 0. Salo1 ABSTRACT During the summers of and , juvenile salmonid populations were censused at stream study sites within the five drainage basins in Capitol Forest, Washington. Physical features within each 50 to 70 meter long study.

Portland, Oregon June This research project ECO, index NAV was supported by Oregon Sea Grant, with additional assistance from U. S. Environmental Protection Agency, U. S. Forest Service, and Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. Citation: Cornwell, T. J., D. L. Bottom, and K. K. Jones. Rearing of juvenile salmon in. A comprehensive studies of juvenile salmonids, English sole, and baitfish and their epibenthic and neritic prey communities was conducted in Grays Harbor in order to evaluate the potential effects of dredging proposed for widening and deepening the existing navigation channel. Quantitative stomach analyses of juvenile salmonids and English sole indicated that they fed mainly in the epibenthic. Indexing of juvenile salmonids migrating past The Dalles Dam, (Progress reports / Fish Division, Oregon Dept. of Fish and Wildlife) [Willis, Charles F] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Indexing of juvenile salmonids migrating past The .   All anadromous fishes, including juvenile salmon, encounter estuarine habitats as they transition from riverine to marine environments. We compare the estuarine use between juvenile Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) in the Penobscot River estuary and Pacific salmon (Oncorhynchus spp.) in the Columbia River estuary. Both estuaries have been degraded by anthropogenic activities.

Relative abundance of juvenile salmonids in Sturgeon Lake before and after completion of the Dairy Creek bypass channel (Information reports / Fish Division, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife) [David L Ward] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The natural rearing of juvenile salmonids in impoundments (Progress memorandum, fisheries) [Garrison, Robert L] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The natural rearing of juvenile salmonids in impoundments (Progress memorandum, fisheries)Author: Robert L Garrison. Chapman, D. W. Studies on the life history of Alsea River steelhead. and C. W. Sims. Distribution, abundance and growth of juvenile salmonids off the coast of Oregon and Washington, summer and biology of juvenile cutthroat trout Oncorhynchus clarki clarki and steelhead O. mykiss in coastal waters off Oregon and. Distribution of juvenile salmonids and stream habitat relative to year-old debris-flow deposits in the Oregon Coast Range: Publication Type: Thesis: Year of Publication: Authors: Kirkby, Kristen-Marie S. Secondary Title: Dept. of Fisheries and Wildlife, Fisheries: Volume: M.S. Pagination: 73 p. University: Oregon State University: City.

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Studies of juvenile salmonids off the Oregon and Washington coast, University School of oceanography conducted purse seining surveys of juvenile salmonids in the ocean off Oregon and Washington during spring and summer The objectives of the field study were: 1) To collect information on the distribution and abundance of juvenile Cited by: 1.

Studies of juvenile salmonids off the Oregon and Washington coast, Article (PDF Available) January with 17 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Studies of juvenile salmonids off the Oregon and Washington coast, Cited by: 4. ACKN ONLEDGMENT S This research was supported by NOAA.

National Marine Fisheries Service. Northwest arid Alaska Fisheries Center (Contract ABC) and by NOAA. Officeof Sea. Oregon State University Corvallis, OR ABSTRACT This report is a summary of the results of purse seine sets made for juvenile salmonids during 15 cruises off the coasts ofOregon and Washington during the springs and summers of Juvenile coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) occurred most frequently, followed by.

TR Distribution and abundance of juvenile salmonids off Oregon and Washington,   Juvenile salmonids (off the Pacific coast from Tillamook Bay, Oregon, to Copalis Head, Washington, during the period May through September ().

Temporal distribution and abundance of the major Columbia River species were determined. This report summarizes the results of two studies currently being conducted by the Western Oregon Rearing Project. The first study (Chapter 1) involves coast-wide sampling of the abundance of juvenile coho in coastal streams.

Infor the first time since the project began inthe Mid-Coast replaced the Mid-South Coast as having highest. Abundance Monitoring of Juvenile Salmonids in Coastal Oregon and Lower Columbia Streams, Monitoring Program Report Number OPSW-ODFW, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, Salem.

i CONTENTS Within the Oregon Coast Coho ESU the Mid South Monitoring Area metrics were similar to the average sincewhile the North Coast and. Abundance Monitoring of Juvenile Salmonids in Oregon Coastal Streams Oregon Plan for Salmon and Watersheds Monitoring Report No. OPSW-ODFW July 1, Jeffrey D.

Rodgers Western Oregon Rearing Project Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife Highway 34 Corvallis, OR Citation: Rodgers, J.D. Monitoring of the Abundance of.

Abundance Monitoring of Juvenile Salmonids in Oregon Coastal Streams, Monitoring Program Report Number OPSW-ODFW, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, Portland. i Oregon Coast, broods. No data are shown for the brood in the. Buy Studies of juvenile salmonids off the Oregon and Washington coast, (ORESU-T) by J.

P Fisher (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : J. P Fisher. Fisher, J.P. and W.G. Pearcy. Growth of juvenile coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) off Oregon and Washington, USA, in years of differing coastal upwelling.

Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences – CrossRef Google Scholar. Abundance Monitoring of Juvenile Salmonids in Oregon Coastal Streams, Oregon Plan for Salmon and Watersheds Monitoring Report No. OPSW-ODFW July 1, Jeffrey D. Rodgers Western Oregon Rearing Project Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife Highway 34 Corvallis, OR Citation: Rodgers, J.D.

Monitoring of the. during a NMFS pelagic trawl survey for juvenile salmonids off Washington and Oregon during June and September of 19%1, and May, June, and Septem­ ber of This survey sampled as far north as La Push, Washington and south to Cape Perpetua, Ore­ gon (Fig.

Sampling consisted of one-half hour surface tows of a Nordic rope trawl (built by. This aid was developed to assist staff in the field identification of juvenile salmonids and other small fishes commonly caught during field sampling of freshwater streams and lakes.

Juvenile salmon sketches were adapted from sketches by the Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife’s Aquatic Education Program. Buy Studies of juvenile salmonids off northern California, Oregon, Washington and Vancouver Island, (ORESU-T) by Fisher, J.

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P Fisher] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying : J. P Fisher. Carl SCHRECK of Oregon State University, Oregon (OSU) | Read publications | Contact Carl SCHRECK. studies attempting to examine diel variability of salmon in catches at a single location using surface trawls.

Pearcy and Fisher () examined the diel catches of coho salmon (O. kisutch) at a single location based on four deployments of fine-mesh gill nets off the Oregon coast. They found the majority of juvenile coho salmon occurred in the. With new funding from Oregon and Washington Sea Grant Programs, the monitoring project was expanded for the period to incorporate studies of prey resources, salmonid food habits, and physical habitat features trapping sites for collecting and marking juvenile salmonids, particularly chinook salmon (Figure 2): an upper Salmon.

D.R. Miller J.G. Williams C.W. Sims () ArticleTitle Distribution, abundance and growth of juvenile salmonids off the coast of Oregon and Washington, summer Fish.

Res. 2 1–17 Occurrence Handle /(83) Occurrence Handle 1:CASDyaL3sXktleitLg%3D. The Resource Studies of juvenile salmonids off the Oregon and Washington coast,by W.W.

Wakefield, J.P. Fisher and W.G. Pearcy. CORVALLIS, Ore. – A new study finds that the low-cost, extreme draining of a reservoir in Oregon aided downstream migration of juvenile chinook salmon – and led to the gradual disappearance of two species of predatory invasive fish in the artificial lake.

The study is published in the journal Ecohydrology. INTRODUCTION The Oregon State University School of oceanographyconducted purse seining surveys of juvenile salmonids in the ocean off Oregonand Washington during spring and summer the Oregon Coast Range and was the subject of a multiyear study on the survival and growth of juvenile Coho Salmon conducted from the summer of to the summer of (Ebersole et al.a, b; Wigington et al.

The elevation ranges from 60 to m and bedrock consists of mostly Tyee sandstone. Overstory vegetation is second. Studies of juvenile chinook salmon in the Pacific Northwest indicate that they use nearshore habitats early in their outmigration and rearing period (Simenstad et al.

; Healey ). This is true of Puget Sound, where juvenile chinook captured in King County were commonly found in nearshore habitats from late January through September. This guidebook will help you to identify young salmonids in the field.

Fish identification requires practice, but learning to identify young salmonids can be an enjoyable and worthwhile endeavour. Scope Information is provided for 10 species of juvenile salmonids found in coastal BC watersheds. Regional differences occur in the appearance of Reviews: Juvenile salmonids display highly variable spatial and temporal movement patterns that are influenced by density dependent (e.g., competition, predation) and density independent (e.g., genetics, stream discharge, physical habitat conditions) factors.

The effects of these factors differ with fish life history stage, but will ultimately affect how salmonids utilize freshwater. The prevalence of juvenile salmonids (Oncorhynchus spp.) and marine forage fishes in the diet of Caspian terns (Hydroprogne caspia) nesting in the Columbia River estuary has been established, but.

June purse-seine survey off the West Coast of the U.S., salmonids and scorpaenids represented the most diverse families (Fig. 1, Appendix Table 1). Salmonids occurred most frequently, and were the only taxa to be present in more than 50% of the collections.

Salmonids and clupeids dominated in terms of overall catch, although.salmonids is to compare numbers of juvenile outmigrants before and after logging. This method is generally impractical in California, be- cause characteristic extreme seasonal.

fluctuations in streamflow make construction and maintenance costs of weirs and traps prohibitive (Burns, ). As an alternative, the juvenile carrying capacity of.An outcome of the Washington State Department of Transportation’s Juvenile Fish Passage Workshop on Septemwas agreement that a literature review was necessary to determine the state of knowledge about juvenile salmonid movement and passage through culverts at .