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In this research article, John Hamilton and his co-authors present extensive new research and information gathered since a 2005 publication on the historical evidence of anadromous fish distribution in the Upper Klamath River watershed. Using...
2017-11-22
2016-10-28
Klamath River Fish Die-off, September 2002, Mortality Report, FWS, Arcata, CA Summary of Findings This report provides an estimate of the fish mortality that occurred during the September 2002 Klamath River die-off. The intent of this report is to...
2017-11-22
2005-02-03
2004-12-22
Caption on mount: Salmon net wrecked by a sealion. Pacific Ocean, Washington

PH Coll 293.28

From John Cobb field notebook: The end of the season at A.P.A. cannery, Naknek, Alaska. Aug. 1906
2017-11-22
This is a collection includes assorted scrapbooks relating to the Pacific Northwest, Whatcom county, Bellingham, Lynden as well as information relating to local families and individuals. This collection also consists of twelve photo...

"May 31, 2002."; Includes bibliographical references.
2017-11-22
2008-03-28
2005-11-10
The purpose of this summary report is to provide an overview of the findings developed for the Lower Snake River Juvenile Salmon Migration Feasibility Study. For more detailed information, the reader should refer to the Draft Feasibility...
1999-11-22
2004-12-14
2004-11-04
Early example of Columbia River gillnet boat.

Caption on image: Salmon fishing. Caption on mount: Shoalwater Bay, Washington.

PH Coll 293.7

A low sand island ideal of beach-seining, located at the mouth of the Columbia River across Baker Bay.

Caption on mount: Seining for salmon, Sand Island, Columbia River, Washington

PH Coll 293.5

From John Cobb field notebook: The end of the season at A.P.A. cannery, Naknek, Alaska, Aug. 1906
2017-11-22
From John Cobb field notebook: The end of the season at A.P.A. cannery, Naknek, Alaska, bringing home the house scows. Aug. 1906
2017-11-22
Date of memorandum: January 15, 1948; "Orthello L. Wallis, Ranger-Naturalist in charge of fisheries investigations 1947."

2008-09-02
2008-12-10
We examined the potential of employing a series of lake management strategies to enhance production of endangered Snake River sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) in its historical nursery lakes in central Idaho. We used a combination of...
1996-01-01
"Phytoplankton production in lake ecosystems is frequently controlled by amounts of nitrogen and phosphorus (Smith 1982, Elser et al. 1990), as well as minor- and micro-nutrients (Wurtsbaugh & Horne 1983, Wurtsbaugh 1988, Lovstad & Bjorndalen...
1997-01-01
We used dual-beam hydroacoustics and echo integration techniques, combined with midwater trawling and gillnetting, to assess the abundance and distribution of the endangered Snake River juvenile sockeye salmon and resident kokanee (both...
1997-01-01
Minutes of the Executive Committee of the International Pacific Salmon Investigation Federation, a group of representatives of salmon packing and fisheries officials in the Pacific Northwest; The International Pacific Salmon...

Log book from Seattle Fish Company, 1902-1938; Seattle Fish Company was an important and prominent salmon-packing company in Seattle between 1889 and 1938. Ainsworth and Dunn, friends from New York, began the Seattle Fish Company in...

Report on what to do with the fish regarding the dams.
1953-11-29
Bristol Bay Processors.
2008-11-05
2008-11-05
2017-11-22
Chignik Regional Aquaculture Association and NMFS
2008-10-03
2008-10-03
1998-11-22
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