Proceedings: propagation, enhancement, and rehabilitation of anadromous salmonid populations and habitat in the Pacific Northwest symposium : October 15-17, 1981, Humboldt State University, Arcata, California / Thomas J. Hassler, editor.
By: Propagation, Enhancement and Rehabilitation of Anadromous Salmonid Populations and Habitat in the Pacific Northwest Symposium (1981 : Arcata, Calif.).
Contributor(s): American Fisheries Society. Humboldt Chapter | California Cooperative Fishery Research Unit.Material type: BookPublisher: Arcata, Calif. : California Cooperative Fishery Research Unit, Humboldt State University, [1981?]Description: iii, 168 pages : illustrations, maps ; 28 cm.Subject(s): SALMONIDAE | AQUATIC HABITATS | FISH HABITAT IMPROVEMENT | AQUACULTURE | ANADROMY | SALMON CULTURE | NORTHWEST PACIFIC | FISH CULTURE | CONFERENCESHoldings: GRETA POINT: 639.371:597.552.5 PRO
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Sponsored by Humboldt Chapter, American Fisheries Society; Six Rivers National Forest; California Cooperative Fishery Research Unit.
Includes bibliographical references.
Preface -- KEYNOTE -- Salmonid enhancement and rehabilitation: The Great Lakes experience: an Ontario perspective / K.H. Loftus -- The need for new social and economic attitudes to save the anadromous fisheries: the Columbia River - a case history / A. Netboy -- ARTIFICIAL PROPAGATION: SALMON RANCHING -- World salmon ranching: status and outlook / W.J. McNeil -- Development of state regulations and private salmon hatcheries in Oregon / E. Cummings -- The private sector’s role in salmon ranching / W.J. McNeil -- An overview of salmon ocean ranching in Southeast Alaska / D. Poon -- South Central Alaskan salmon ranching: 1981 / C. Kerns -- The economic response of increased salmon landings / R. Lent, G. Whittaker and R. Johnston -- Experimental culture and release of steelhead trout reared in net-pens at O’Connor Lake in British Columbia / P.A. Slaney and W.L. Harrower -- Salmon enhancement strategies and wild stocks: evaluation of enhancement success and wild stock impacts / D.G. Hankin -- LIVESTOCK-FISHERY INTERACTIONS -- Protection and enhancement of Pacific salmonids on ranges grazed by livestock: an overview / W.S. Platts -- Watershed improvement project on the Mendocino National Forest / E. Guymon and E.G. Ekman -- Stream rehabilitation of the West Fork, Deer Creek, Nevada / V.A. Crispin -- Riparian habitat management on the Malheur National Forest / W. Current -- Impairment, protection, and rehabilitation of Pacific salmonid habitats on sheep and cattle ranges / W.S. Platts -- STREAM REHABILITATION AND ENHANCEMENT -- Roughness elements: a key resource to improve anadromous fish habitat / T.E. Lisle -- Further evaluations of structures for the improvement of salmonid rearing habitat in coastal streams of British Columbia / B.R. Ward and P.A. Slaney -- Anadromous fish projects 1981 USDI-DLM Coos Bay district / J.W. Anderson -- Establishment of sockeye (Oncorhynchus nerka) and chinook (O. tshawytscha) salmon runs at Frazer Lake, Kodiak Island, Alaska / R.F. Blackett -- The effects of Lost Creek Dam on juvenile chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) in the Rogue River, Oregon / T.D. Satterthwaite -- The effects of Lost Creek Dam on downstream temperatures of the Rogue River, Oregon / A.K. Smith and B.P. McPherson -- Restoration of an ephemeral stream: Dry Creek, tributary to the Klamath River / D. Cross -- Chinook salmon-spawning enhancement potential in the upper Sacramento River / D. Parfitt and K. Buer -- Salmon spawning gravel enhancement studies on Northern California River / K. Buer, R. Scott, D. Parfitt, G. Serr, J. Haney and L. Thompson -- Salmon restoration in Mendocino County / N. Bingham -- Restoration and enhancement program of anadromous fish habitat and populations on Six Rivers National Forest / K. Overton, W. Brock, J. Moreau and J. Boberg.
Salmon and steelhead stocks throughout the Pacific Northwest have declined dramatically because of habitat loss and degradation, and in some cases overfishing. State, federal, provincial, and private agencies are using a number of means to restore and enhance these fisheries resources. The Humboldt Chapter of the American Fisheries Society convened this symposium in October 1981 for the purpose of bringing together people who are actively involved in restoration and enhancement of salmonid habitat, or in artificial propagation of these fishes. Over 450 people registered for the meeting, two days of talks and one-day field trip to rehabilitation/enhancement and aquaculture sites in Northern California. Although it is apparent that habitat protection is the most economical means of providing future salmonid stocks, it is likewise apparent that techniques being developed and refined throughout the Pacific Northwest can and do contribute to maintenance and enhancement of salmon and steelhead numbers. Toward this goal, we offer these proceedings, and challenge our readers to adapt and extend these concepts, to develop new methods or approaches, and finally to document their successes and failures, thereby promoting rapid, effective exchange of information.
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