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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 January 2017

Chinook and Steelhead Genotyping for Genetic Stock Identification at Lower Granite Dam: 2016 Annual Progress Report

This report summarizes progress in the development and implementation of genetic stock identification (GSI) in the Snake River basin for natural origin steelhead and spring/summer (spring/summer) Chinook Salmon for the 01/01/2015 to 12/31/2015 reporting period. Four objectives for the GSI project...

John Powell, Ninhu Vu, Jesse McCane, Michael Ackerman, Kristin Wright, Matthew Campbell, Daniel Hasselman, and Shawn Narum

1 January 2016

Chinook and Steelhead Genotyping for Genetic Stock Identification at Lower Granite Dam: 2015 Annual Progress Report

This report summarizes progress in the development and implementation of genetic stock identification (GSI) in the Snake River basin for natural origin Steelhead and spring/summer (spring/summer) Chinook Salmon for the 01/01/2015 to 12/31/2015 reporting period. Three objectives for the GSI project...

Michael Ackerman, Ninh Vu, Kristin Wright, Jesse McCane, Matthew Campbell, Jon Hess, and Shawn Narum

1 January 2014

Chinook and Steelhead Genotyping for Genetic Stock Identification at Lower Granite Dam: 2013 Annual Progress Report

This report summarizes progress in the development and implementation of genetic stock identification (GSI) in the Snake River basin for natural origin steelhead and spring/summer (sp/sum) Chinook salmon for the 01/01/2013 to 12/31/2013 reporting period. Three objectives for the GSI project are...

Michael Ackerman, Ninh Vu, Jesse McCane, Craig Steele, Matthew Campbell, Andrew Matala, Jon Hess, and Shawn Narum

13 October 2020

Efficacy of Feed Deprivation During Juvenile Rearing to Reduce Precocious Maturation of Age 1+ Male Spring Chinook Salmon Smolts

High feeding and growth, relative to wild fish, can induce substantial proportions of hatchery reared male spring Chinook Salmon juveniles to mature precociously as age-2 minijacks. Released as smolts, these fish do not migrate to the ocean for rearing, and thus do not reach the adult age and size...

Peter Galbreath, Chad Stockton, Lea Medeiros, Curtis Knudsen, Hayley Nuetzel, and Andrew Pierce

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