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illustration by Aimée van DrimmelenA diverse collection of documents and data related to wild Pacific salmon.

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2016 North and Central Coast Salmon Escapement, Catch, Run Size and Exploitation Rate Estimates for each Salmon Conservation Unit for 1954-2014 Karl K. English, Dave Peacock, Wendell Challenger, and Tony Mochizuki View
2016 The Nass Area: Cumulative Pressures on Salmon Habitat (Summary Report Cards) Pacific Salmon Foundation View
2016 The Nass Area: Cumulative Pressures on Salmon Habitat (Technical Report) Porter, M., M. Leslie-Gottschligg, K. Bryan, S. Chen, S. Casley, K. Connors, E. Jones, and L. Honka View
2016 The Pacific Salmon Explorer: Information Sheet Pacific Salmon Foundation View
2016 Robust and Defensible Mark-Recapture Methodologies for Salmonid Escapement: Modernizing the Use of Data and Resources Vélez-Espino, L. A., Irvine, J. R., Winther, I., Dunlop, R., Mullins, G., Singer, K., and Trouton, N View
2016 Provisional Estimates of Numbers and Biomass for Natural-Origin and Hatchery-Origin Pink, Chum, and Sockeye Salmon in the North Pacific, 1952-2015 J.R. Irvine and G.T. Ruggerone View
2016 Dissertation – Fisheries-related Collaboration in the Skeena River Watershed: Impacts and Implications of Historical Conflict Diana Freethy View
2016 Review of Escapement Indicator Streams for the North and Central Coast Salmon Monitoring Program Karl K. English View
2015 report Skeena River Estuary: A Snapshot of Current Status and Condition The Pacific Salmon Foundation (multiple) View
2015 report Skeena River Estuary Assessment: Technical Report Pickard, D., M. Porter, E. Olson, B. Connors, K. Kellock, E. Jones, and K. Connors (multiple) View
2015 report Skeena River Estuary Assessment Supplemental: Data Quality Assessment Pickard, D., M. Porter, E. Olson, B. Connors, K. Kellock, E. Jones, and K. Connors (multiple) View
2015 Productivity (Recruits-per-Spawner) Data for Sockeye, Pink, and Chum Salmon from British Columbia A.D. Ogden, J.R. Irvine, K.K. English, S. Grant, K.D. Hyatt, L. Godbout, and C.A. Holt View
2014 map, report Chum Habitat Report Cards: Lower Skeena CU Porter, Marc & others chum View
2014 map, report Chum Habitat Report Cards: Middle Skeena CU Porter, Marc & others chum View
2014 map, report Chum Habitat Report Cards: Upper Skeena CU Porter, Marc & others chum View
2014 report Babine Watershed Indicator Data Summary Report de Groot, Adrian View
2014 map, report Coho Habitat Report Cards: Lower Skeena CU Porter, Marc & others coho View
2014 map, report Coho Habitat Report Cards: Middle Skeena CU Porter, Marc & others coho View
2014 map, report Chinook Habitat Report Cards: Ecstall CU Porter, Marc & others chinook View
2014 map, report Coho Habitat Report Cards: Upper Skeena CU Porter, Marc & others coho View

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