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The scientists at CRITFC are constantly working on new research to further our understanding of salmon and their habitat. Below are the published papers and technical reports that summarize this work.

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10 April 2020

Studies into Factors Limiting the Abundance of Okanagan and Wenatchee Sockeye Salmon in 2018

A total of 1,871 Sockeye Salmon, Oncorhynchus nerka, were sampled and 1,859 PIT tagged at the Bonneville Dam Adult Fish Facility in 2018. Sockeye PIT tagged by this project, along with previously PIT tagged Sockeye Salmon, were tracked upstream using data from detection arrays at mainstem...

Jeffrey Fryer, Denise Kelsey, Howie Wright, Skyeler Folks, Richard Bussanich, Kim Hyatt, Dan Selbie, and Margot Stockwell

1 July 1994

The Feasibility of Documenting and Estimating Adult Fish Passage at Large Hydroelectric Facilities in the Snake River Using Video Technology: Final Report 1993

A field study was conducted at Lower Granite Dam on the Snake River in 1992 and 1993 to evaluate the feasibility of using video technology to document and estimate fish ladder passage of chinook salmon Oncorhynchus tshawytscha, sockeye salmon 0. nerka, and steelhead 0....

Douglas Hatch, David Pederson, Jeffrey Fryer, Matthew Schwartzberg, and Andrew Wand

1 March 1993

The Feasibility of Documenting and Estimating Adult Fish Passage at Large Hydroelectric Facilities in the Snake River Using Video Technology: Annual Report 1992

A field study was conducted at Lower Granite Dam on the Snake River in 1992 to evaluate the feasibility of using time-lapse video technology to document and estimate fish ladder passage of Chinook Salmon Oncorhynchus tshawytscha, Sockeye Salmon 0. nerka, and steelhead 0....

Douglas Hatch, Andrew Wand, David Pederson, and Matthew Schwartzberg

1 December 2017

Patterns of Genomic Variation in Coho Salmon Following Reintroduction to the Interior Columbia River

Coho salmon were extirpated in the mid-20th century from the interior reaches of the Columbia River but were reintroduced with relatively abundant source stocks from the lower Columbia River near the Pacific coast. Reintroduction of Coho salmon to the interior Columbia River (Wenatchee River) using...

Nathan Campbell, Cory Kamphaus, Keely Murdoch, and Shawn Narum

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