A diverse collection of documents and data related to wild Pacific salmon.
|2020||Taku River Sockeye Salmon Stock Assessment Review and Updated 1984-2018 Abundance Estimates||Pestal, G. & others||sockeye||View|
|2020||Historic Water Temperature (1924-2018), River Discharge (1929-2018), and Adult Sockeye Salmon Migration (1937- 2018) Observations in the Columbia, Okanogan, and Okanagan Rivers||Hyatt, K. D. & others||sockeye||View|
|2020||report||2020 Summary of Abundance Data for Chinook Salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) in Southern British Columbia, Canada||Gayle S. Brown, Mary E. Thiess, Catarina Wor, Carrie A. Holt, Bruce Patten, Richard E. Bailey, Chuck K. Parken, Steve J. Baillie, John R. Candy, Dave M. Willis, Eric Hertz, Brendan Connors, and Gottfried P. Pestal||chinook||View|
|2020||Estimates of a Biologically-Based Spawning Goal and Management Benchmarks for the Canadian-Origin Taku River Sockeye Salmon Stock Aggregate||Fisheries and Oceans Canada||sockeye||View|
|2019||technical report||State of the Canadian Pacific Salmon: Responses to Changing Climate and Habitats||Grant, S.C.H., MacDonald, B.L., and Winston, M.L.||(multiple)||View|
|2019||A Summary of Okanagan Chinook Information Requested by the Pacific Salmon Commission||Matylewich et. al.||chinook||View|
|2019||technical report||The Nass Region: Snapshots of Salmon Population Status (Technical Report)||Connors, Katrina & others||(multiple)||View|
|2019||Recovery Potential Assessment for the Okanagan Chinook Salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha)||Mahony et. al.||chinook||View|
|2019||technical report||Report of the Fraser River Panel to the Pacific Salmon Commission on the 2019 Fraser River Sockeye and Pink Salmon Fishing Season||Pacific Salmon Commission||(multiple)||View|
|2019||book, chapter||Chasing an Illusion? Successful Restoration of Okanagan River Sockeye Salmon in a Sea of Uncertainty||Hyatt, K. D. & Stockwell, M. M.||sockeye||View|
|2019||Evaluating the consequences of common assumptions in run reconstructions on Pacific salmon biological status assessments||Peacock et. al.||(multiple)||View|
|2018||report||North and Central Coast Salmon Escapement, Catch, Run Size and Exploitation Rate Estimates for Each Salmon Conservation Unit for 1954-2017||English, Karl & others||(multiple)||View|
|2018||report||Skeena Sockeye In-river Run Reconstruction Analysis Model and Analysis Results for 1982-2017||English, Karl & others||sockeye||View|
|2018||report||Impacts of climate change on fisheries and aquaculture||Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations||View|
|2018||report||The State of Pacific Salmon in British Columbia||Riddell, B. & others||(multiple)||View|
|2018||technical report||BC Central Coast: A Snapshot of Salmon Populations and Their Habitats (Technical Report)||Connors, K. & others||(multiple)||View|
|2018||report||North and Central Coast Salmon Database and Analysis System User Manual||Challenger, Wendell & others||(multiple)||View|
|2018||report||Area 3, 4, 5 Pink and Chum Exploitation Rate Model||Challenger, Wendell & others||(multiple)||View|
|2018||report||Atlantic salmon mortality at sea: Developing an evidence-based “Likely Suspects” Framework||Crozier, W. et al.||Atlantic||View|
|2017||COSEWIC Assessment and Status Report on the Chinook Salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) Okanagan Population in Canada||Committee on the Status of Endangered Wildlife in Canada||chinook||View|
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