This collection of articles and photographs gives managers a good idea of recent research into what the sockeye salmon is and does, covering such topics as the vulnerability and value of sockeye salmon ecotypes, their homing ability, using new technologies to monitor reproduction, DNA and a founder event in the Lake Clark sockeye salmon, marine-derived nutrients, the exploitation of large prey, dynamic lake spawning migrations by females, variability of sockeye salmon residence, expression profiling using cDNA microarray technology, learning from stable isotropic records of native otolith hatcheries, the amount of data needed to manage sockeye salmon and estimating salmon "escapement."
|Title||Sockeye salmon evolution, ecology, and management|
|Authors||Carol Ann Woody|
|Publication Subtype||Journal Article|
|Series Title||Scitech Book News|
|Record Source||USGS Publications Warehouse|
|USGS Organization||Alaska Science Center|