Conservation Unit snapshots: Skeena River river-type sockeye CU
|Author||Connors, B.M.; Pickard, D.C.; Porter, M.; Farrell, G.; Bryan, K.; Casely, S.; Huang, S.|
|Subjects||biological status, spawner trends, smolt abundance, marine survival, stock-recruitment, productivity, habitat capacity, exploitation rate, age composition, run timing, survey streams, spawning areas, migration route, habitat pressures, proposed development, cumulative effects, indicators, benchmarks, Wild Salmon Policy, Strategy 1, Strategy 2|
|Download File||Download lib_417.pdf, 7.0 MB|
Conservation Unit (CU) snapshots are short graphical reports which summarize key information on the state of salmon populations and their habitat.
This snapshot focuses on the Skeena River river-type sockeye CU, and includes information on abundance trends, harvest levels, habitat pressures, overall biological status and more.
This snapshot is part of a larger project by the Pacific Salmon Foundation’s Skeena Salmon Program that produced a snapshot for each salmon population in the Skeena Watershed. More information about this project, including a link to each snapshot and a report on the methodology and overall results can be found here.