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Age and Length Composition of Columbia Basin Spring Chinook Salmon Sampled at Bonneville Dam in 1988

Abstract

The Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission (CRITFC) stock identification project is part of the US-Canada Pacific Salmon Treaty spawning escapement monitoring program (Pacific Salmon Treaty 1985). The project is designed to develop and apply techniques for identification of individual stocks or groups of stocks of Columbia Basin salmon populations originating above Bonneville Dam. Scale pattern analysis (SPA) is currently the primary method being used for stock identification.

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Citation

Schwartzberg, M. 1989. Age and Length Composition of Columbia Basin Spring Chinook Salmon Sampled at Bonneville Dam in 1988. Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission Technical Repor 89-1 report. Portland, Oregon.

Date

1989/06/01

Report No.

89-1

Media Type

CRITFC Technical Report