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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 August 1994

Estimation of Pacific Salmon Escapement with a Time‐lapse Video Recording Technique

A time‐lapse video system was designed and used to record the migration of adult Pacific salmon at Tumwater Dam on the Wenatchee River, Washington. From 1989 through 1991, the system was evaluated to determine its suitability and usefulness for escapement estimation of three Pacific salmon...

Douglas Hatch, Matthew Schwartzberg, and Phillip Mundy

14 September 1995

Investigations of Adult Salmonids at Bonneville Dam for Gas Bubble Trauma, 1995

Since 1987, the Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission’s (CRITFC) Stock Assessment Project has conducted research on adult salmon runs at Bonneville Dam. These studies were established to monitor the age and length-at-age composition of Columbia Basin salmonids and to design and develop...

David Pederson, Laura Gramman, and Jeffrey Fryer

19 September 2018

Long-term Reconstruction of Deep-water Oxygen Conditions in Osoyoos Lake (British Columbia, Canada): Implications for Okanagan River Sockeye Salmon

Osoyoos Lake is the primary nursery lake supporting Sockeye Salmon (Onchorhynchus nerka) originating from the Okanagan River system in south-central British Columbia, Canada. By the early 1960s, Osoyoos Lake had experienced significant cultural eutrophication related to rapid human...

Brigitte Simmatis, Adam Jeziorski, Andrea Zemanek, Daniel Selbie, Kim Hyatt, Jeff Fryer, Brian Cumming, and John Smol

1 December 2011

Hydrologic Connectivity Affects Fish Assemblage Structure, Diversity, and Ecological Traits in the Unregulated Gambia River, West Africa

The Gambia River of West Africa is a large unobstructed river, characterized by a natural flow regime and lateral connectivity across its floodplain. Construction of a major dam, however, is planned. We compared patterns of fish diversity, habitat use, assemblage structure, and the distribution of...

Seth White, Markéta Ondračková, and Martin Reichard

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