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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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1 September 2013

Marine Mammal Predation in the Lower Columbia River

The Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission continued implementation of a project to estimate abundance of sea lions in the lower Columbia River, track fine and course scale movements of individual California sea lions (CSL), and conduct non-lethal hazing of sea lions in the Bonneville Dam...

Douglas Hatch, John Whiteaker, Robert Lessard, Bryan Wright, Robin Brown, and Steve Jefferies

13 November 2020

Using Stable Isotopes to Infer Stock‐specific High‐seas Distribution of Maturing Sockeye Salmon in the North Pacific

The stock‐specific distribution of maturing salmon in the North Pacific has been a persistent information gap that has prevented us from determining the ocean conditions experienced by individual stocks. This continues to impede understanding of the role of ocean conditions in stock‐specific...

Boris Espinasse, Brian Hunt, Bruce Finney, Jeffrey Fryer, Alexander Bugaev, and Evgeny Pakhomov

1 December 2019

Characterizing Watershed-Scale Effects of Habitat Restoration Actions to Inform Life Cycle Models: Case Studies Using Data-Rich vs. Data-Poor Approaches

Life cycle models are an essential tool for developing effective management strategies to conserve and recover salmonid populations. LCMs link the salmonid life cycle to physical and biological processes through a series of population biology parameters. Since salmon encompass large geographic...

Editors: George Pess and Chris Jordan. Contributors: Mark Armour, Tim Beechie, Morgan Bond, Tom Cooney, Damon Holzer, Jeff Jorgensen, Casey Justice, Martin Liermann, Gary O’Brien, Ted Sedell, Kevin See, Rishi Sharma, and Seth White

1 April 2015

Multidisciplinary Evaluation of the Feasibility of Parentage-Based Genetic Tagging (PBT) for Management of Pacific Salmon

This report describes the current status of the coastwide coded-wire tag (CWT) system, which provides information allowing the Pacific Salmon Commission (PSC) to meet its obligations under the Pacific Salmon Treaty (PST) to report annual catches, harvest rate indices, estimates of incidental...

William Satterthwaite, Eric Anderson, Matthew Campbell, John Carlos Garza, Michael Mohr, Shawn Narum, and Cameron Speir

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