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Analysis of chinook stock composition in the May 1982 troll fishery off the Washington coast

Analysis of chinook stock composition in the May 1982 troll fishery off the Washington coast

an application of the genetic stock identification method

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Published by State of Washington, Dept. of Fisheries in [Olympia, Wash.] .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Chinook salmon -- Racial analysis.,
  • Fish populations -- Washington (State),
  • Chinook salmon -- Genetics.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementMarc Miller ... [et al.].
    SeriesTechnical report / State of Washington, Department of Fisheries -- no. 74., Technical report (Washington (State). Dept. of Fisheries) -- no. 74.
    ContributionsMiller, Marc C.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationiii, 27 p. :
    Number of Pages27
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17720710M

    The chinook is considered by many to be the prime game fish of the North East Pacific, with only the steelhead challenging that title. The continual strip is normally broken by only two things, a quick backcast followed by a long shoot of the heavy head, or the splash of large salmon. From each paper or report, we defined a study as the diet composition of a predator species at a location, with a sample type (e.g. scat sample, stomach content, observation) (Table 1, Table 2).To facilitate combining data into geographically distinct regions, each record included spatial information delineating study location by state or province, and a sub-region field defining a study Cited by: 9.

    Layman, R. Craig, Boyce, John R., Criddle, Keith R., "Economic Valuation of the Chinook Salmon Sport Fishery of the Gulkana River, Alaska, under Current and Alternate Management Plans," Land Economics, 72 n1 February , pp. Group 7: Jeremy Vandenbark, Michael Willet, Taylor Lewick, David Pugh This paper discussed methods of performing Cost-Benefit Analysis of changes in the. Chinook Hatchery Program is to reintroduce spring Chinook salmon into Lookingglass Creek using the Catherine Creek (captive brood) stock to support natural population restoration, tributary harvest, and maintenance of a gene bank for for the Catherine Creek stock.

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Analysis of chinook stock composition in the May 1982 troll fishery off the Washington coast Download PDF EPUB FB2

Chinook salmon stock compositions were estimated in-season for the NBC troll fishery from toand these fisheries were managed in-season to catch targets for WCVI Chinook salmon. OFF THE WASHINGTON COAST AND THE COLUMBIA RIVER The GSI analysis of the May troll fish­ UTTER ET AL.: STOCK COMPOSITION OF CHINOOK SALMON TABLE Polymorphicenzymes providing genetic information for baseline popula-tions and stock mixtures.

Tissue used were eye (E), and liver (L). Genetic Mixture Analysis Supports Recalibration of the Fishery Regulation Assessment Model Article in Fisheries 43(2) February with 43 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Mixed stock analysis of Chinook salmon harvested in Southeast Alaska commercial troll fisheries, Author: S. Gilk-Baumer Subject: Chinook salmon originating from Alaska, British Columbia, and the Pacific Northwest are commercially harvested in Southeast Alaska troll Size: 7MB.

in the late season terminal troll fishery into the in-river fisheries as preparation for use in the Exploitation Rate Analysis used by the CTC. Because the Elk River ERI-stock represents wild stocks from the mid-coast aggregate of Chinook populations, any target fishery.

Genetic Stock composition estimates of Chinook salmon incidentally taken as bycatch in the Bering Sea and Gulf of Alaska Trawl Fisheries Charles M. Guthrie III, Hanhvan Nguyen, and Jeffrey R.

Guyon NOAA/NMFS/Auke Bay Laboratories Pt Lena Loop Rd, Juneau, AK 0 20, 40, 60, 80,Genetic Stock Composition Analysis of Chinook Salmon Bycatch Samples from the Submitted AGENDA C-1(c)(2) June Table of Contents. fishery (NMFS, ), of wh were estimated from the groundfish “B” season.

was the. Fishery Data Series No. Mixed Stock Analysis and Age, Sex, and Length Composition of Chinook Salmon in the Eastside Set Gillnet Fishery in Upper Cook Inlet, Alaska,File Size: 1MB. The forecast calls forcoho to arrive off the Washington-Oregon coast, compared to a preseason forecast oflast year and an actual return of ,Author: Mark Yuasa.

Analyses of Chinook Stock Composition In the May Troll Fishery Off The Washington Coast: An Application of the Genetic Stock Identification Method. Report No. 74 Based on the analysis of 1, Chinook salmon bycatch samples collected throughout the BSAI walleye pollock trawl fishery, Coastal Western Alaska stocks dominated the sample set (50 %) with smaller contributions from British Columbia (16 %), North Alaska Peninsula (14 %), and West Coast U.S.

(OR/CA/WA) (7 %) stocks. Analysis of temporal. A genetic analysis of samples from the Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) Prohibited Species Catch (bycatch) of the Gulf of Alaska (GOA) trawl fisheries for walleye pollock (Gadus chalcogrammus) and rockfish (Sebastes spp.), was undertaken to determine the Author: Charles.

Guthrie, H. Nguyen, K. Hauch, A. Thomson, Jeffrey Robert Guyon. Filed under: Salmon fisheries -- Washington (State) Sockeye salmon fishery convention. ([Washington, Govt. print. off., ]), by American-Canadian fisheries conference (page images at HathiTrust) Filed under: Pacific salmon fisheries -- Washington (State) The salmon fisheries of the Pacific coast.

Chinook. a seasonal warm wind that blows down the Rockies in the late winter and early spring. Sand or sandstone naturally impregnated with petroleum. an area in which fish or sea animals are caught. fishery. overfishing. harvesting fish to the point that the species are depleted and the value of the fishery reduced.

aquaculture. the. ANALYSIS OF CHINOOK SALMON IN THE COLUMBIA RIVER FROM AN ECOSYSTEM PERSPECTIVE Prepared by: James A. Lichatowich Lars E. Mobrand Mobrand Biometrics, Inc. Vashon Island, WA Research Report Prepared for: U.S. Department of Energy Bonneville Power Administration Environment, Fish and Wildlife P.O.

Box Portland, OR 1 Project No. l 8File Size: 1MB. fishery to be harvested. Chinook bycatch in the pollock fishery, however, is highly variable. Some years Chinook abundance in the Bering Sea is low and a hard cap of 47, will do little to create incentives for the pollock fleet to avoid salmon.

In other years Chinook abundance is much greater, as evidenced by the fact that the pollock. juvenile Chinook salmon were collected off the mouth of the Yukon River between and These samples were genotyped for the genetic markers represented in the ADF&G Chinook salmon genetic baseline and preliminary estimates of the stock composition of these samples are presented.

Initial results suggest that these juvenile Chinook salmon. The model included three male and four female “stages” and incorporated catch composition data from the fishery (–), a pot survey (–), and a trawl survey (–).

Male abundance is estimated for –, but the available data limit analysis of females to the years – Lower Columbia River steelhead fishery remains closed until situation of a lack of spring chinook is further assessed Originally published at am A winter steelhead is about to Author: Mark Yuasa.

Increased Chinook Salmon Stock Coded-Wire Tagging to Improve the Quality of Chinook Indicator Stock Analyses Posted on Ma by Angus Mackay We propose to maintain increased coded-wire tagging (CWT) for nine Chinook indicator stocks in B.C.

that contribute to Northern and Southern Boundary Area fisheries. Washington Coast Chinook and Coho, Columbia River Summer Chinook, (in the fishery or EC): composition of stock complexes, SMSY) may be 36 Pacific Coast Salmon Fishery Management Plan September periodically updated.

Changes to these reference point values, or specification of reference points for stocks.Chinook Salmon Bycatch in the Pollock Fishery by Becca Robbins, YRDFA Policy Coordinator starts in June, these numbers indicate that overChinook salmon could be caught as bycatch this year. Since our data indicate that about 22% of Chinook salmon bycatch is of Yukon River origin that means that o Yukon River Chinook.The North Pacific Fisheries Management Council adopted a new more accurate model to estimate the size of the Chinook run in the Kuskokwim River system at their early June meeting in Kodiak.

The model is used to calculate part of the Western Alaska Three River Index, a calculation used in determining the level of Chinook bycatch in the Bering.