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Distribution, migration behavior, habitat use, and species interactions of fall-released juvenile hatchery spring Chinook salmon on the Deschutes River, Oregon, 2002, Annual report 2002

October 25, 2004

In a review of National Fish Hatcheries (NFH), the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) identified the need to assess the fate of hatchery-reared fish and their potential effect on the aquatic community (USFWS 1998). Additionally, in the Columbia River Biological Opinion, the National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) recommended monitoring and evaluating ecological interactions between hatchery and wild fish (NMFS 1999). In 2002, a study was designed to investigate the fate of hatchery-reared fish and to assess habitat use and fish interactions in the Deschutes River, Oregon.

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Publication Year 2004
Title Distribution, migration behavior, habitat use, and species interactions of fall-released juvenile hatchery spring Chinook salmon on the Deschutes River, Oregon, 2002, Annual report 2002
DOI
Authors Rachel E. Reagan, Patrick J. Connolly, Noah S. Adams, Matthew G. Mesa, Dennis W. Rondorf
Publication Type Report
Publication Subtype Other Government Series
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Series Number
Index ID 70179820
Record Source USGS Publications Warehouse
USGS Organization Western Fisheries Research Center

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