Identification of Columbia Basin Sockeye Salmon Stocks Using Scale Pattern Analyses in 1993
In 1993, the seventh year of the Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission’s sockeye salmon stock identification research, a representative sample of the Columbia Basin sockeye salmon population was obtained at Bonneville Dam while an Okanogan known-stock sample was collected from Wells Dam (Columbia River km 829). A mixed Wenatchee-stock sample was collected at Tumwater Dam (Wenatchee River km 31) consisting of sockeye salmon of natural origin as well as unmarked fish from a hatchery/net-pen supplementation program. A small sample was also collected from the Methow River. The scales were examined to estimate the age of the fish and were also measured and used in stock identification experiments.
Fryer, J.K. and M. Schwartzberg. 1994. Identification of Columbia Basin Sockeye Salmon Stocks using Scale Pattern Analyses in 1993. Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission Technical Report No. 94-2.
Jul 1st, 1994
CRITFC Technical Report