Skeena salmon Conservation Unit snapshots
|Author||Connors, B.M.; Pickard, D.C.; Porter, M.; Farrell, G.; Bryan, K.; Casely, S.; Huang, S.|
|Related Species||chinook, chum, coho, pink, sockeye|
|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_420.pdf, 33.5 MB|
This report describes the methods and results of a project that developed a set of short graphical reports (‘snapshots’) showing the key information on biological status (e.g., abundance trends) and habitat status (e.g., development pressures) for each salmon Conservation Unit (CU) in the Skeena watershed.
CU snapshots are intended to serve as a reference document to support discussions about the status of Skeena CUs, and priorities and approaches for the conservation and management of Skeena salmon and their habitat. More generally, the snapshots aim to make information on the status of Skeena salmon available to a broad audience.
NOTE: This download only contains the report, and not the individual snapshots. Due to the large size of these files, the snapshots for each CU are available for download separately from the main report, either individually or as a single file for all CUs.