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Analysis of factors affecting the production of chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) in Tillamook Bay

Kenneth A. Henry

Analysis of factors affecting the production of chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) in Tillamook Bay

by Kenneth A. Henry

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Published by Fish Commission of Oregon in Portland .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Salmon fisheries -- Oregon -- Tillamook Bay.,
  • Chum salmon -- Oregon -- Tillamook Bay.

  • Edition Notes

    StatementKenneth A. Henry.
    SeriesContribution / Oregon Fish Commission -- no. 18., Contribution (Oregon Fish Commission) -- no. 18.
    ContributionsOregon. Fish Commission.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination37 p. :
    Number of Pages37
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL18221601M

    Factors that contribute to the ecological risks of salmon production areas, hatchery programs that increase density-dependant mortality, residual hatchery fish, sockeye salmon (O. nerka), chum salmon (O. keta), pink salmon (O. gorbuscha) and Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar). The primary purpose of most agency hatchery programs in the United. Infection density and louse development. Infection density (lice per host weight (g)) in Trial 1 was highest in chum salmon, followed by Atlantic salmon and lowest in pink salmon (p chum having the highest infection density on day 7 and chum and Atlantic salmon having equally high .

    Evaluate Factors Limiting Columbia River Chum Salmon: Proposal ID: This is to provide an understanding of factors affecting chum salmon spawning primarily in Hardy Creek and Hamilton Springs. Coordination of sampling protocols and data analysis between this and other chum salmon projects is consistent with the missions of the.   Coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch), Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) and steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss) in Puget Sound and the Strait of Georgia have exhibited declines in marine survival over the last 40 the cause of these declines is unknown, multiple factors, acting cumulatively or synergistically, have likely .

    Production of chum, sockeye, and pink salmon has increased dramatically in Japan, Canada, and Alaska in the past 20 years. Chinook, coho, steelhead, and masu have also experienced moderate increases in the same time period; however, production of coho, chinook and steelhead has declined since Table of Contents 1 Factors Affecting Nearshore Survival and Production of Juvenile Sockeye Salmon from Kvichak Bay, Phase I: Important Habitat, Migration Routes, and Food Resources 3 Developing DNA Markers for the Analysis of Chum Salmon Bycatch in Alaska Trawl Fisheries (Phase 1) 5 DNA Analysis of the Origins of Chinook Salmon Bycatch in Alaska Trawl Fisheries.


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Analysis of factors affecting the production of chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) in Tillamook Bay by Kenneth A. Henry Download PDF EPUB FB2

The relation between stock and numbers of spawners is obscured by annual environmental changes. Stream discharge at the time the spawners are migrating upstream, at the time when the eggs are in the early stage of incubation, and extreme discharge during the period eggs and alevins are in the gravel can impose an 8-fold variation in the stock resulting Cited by: There are numerous factors such as predation, fishing intensity, success of spawning, which may have some effect on the production of Tillamook Bay chum salmon.

There was no apparent relationship between total chum landings and lumber production 4 and 8 years previous. A Review of Environmental Factors Affecting the Production of Cowichan River Chinook Salmon Prepared for: Fisheries and Oceans Canada Oceans and Community Stewardship Nanaimo, B.C.

Prepared by: D.W. Burt1 and C.B. Robert2 2 CBR & Associates A Bay Street Nanaimo, B.C., V9T 2Z7 Phone: () – Journals & Books; Help Download full Advanced. Fisheries Research. Vol Issues 1–2, OctoberPages Factors affecting marine growth of Bristol Bay sockeye salmon.

Author links open the inclusion of other stocks of sockeye salmon and the abundant runs of Asian chum salmon in a multiple regression analysis did not Cited by: Additionally, chum salmon (O.

keta), which. temperature, or some other variable(s) are among the more important factors affecting juvenile salmon survival rates, or identifying critical thresholds associated with these variables, are therefore problematic. Water Withdrawals, and Salmon Survival Get This Book.

Wild salmon in the North Pacific Ocean, particularly pink salmon, have grown greatly since the mids apparently due to bottom-up effects of climate change on ocean physics and production processes. Pink salmon spend less than 2 y at sea and most stocks alternate between high and low levels of abundance every other year.

In years of high. Kwiniuk chum salmon were the major contributor to the commercial fishery that began in near Moses Point. However, significant commercial harvests of Kwiniuk chum salmon. Analysis of factors affecting the production of chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) in Tillamook Bay.

Fish Commission of Oregon Contribution No. Fish Commission of Oregon Contribution No. Portland, Oregon. Shunpei Sato's 46 research works with citations and 2, reads, including: Stock composition of adult chum salmon Oncorhynchus keta caught in. Chum and pink salmon use the streams the least amount of time.

Nisqually origin adult pink salmon return at two years of age and typically begin to enter the mainstem river in August and spawn in September and October (WDFW and WWTIT, ). During these times, low flows and associated high temperatures and low dissolved oxygen can be problems.

Successful rearing depends on three main factors, water quality and supply, rearing facilities and satisfactory feed and feeding. The salmonids demand pure water and particular attention has to be given to factors such as water temperature, dissolved oxygen and nitrogen, ammonia, the salt content and pollutants during the production.

Condition factor of chum fry were higher in cold-water years than those of warm-water years. Because these two cold-water zooplankton species are typically abundant in the Oyashio Current, the magnitude of Oyashio inflow may affect prey availability for chum salmon fry and their nutritional status.

Other environmental factors, such as light intensity, water flow, or change in temperature, dramatically affects salmon during their migration season. Modern farming methods and various sources of pollution have resulted in loss of invertebrate diversity and population density in rivers, thus reducing food availability.

of factors influencing survival of salmon in fresh water. In this report Hunter, J.G. Survival and production of pink and chum salmon in a coastal stream. Jour.

Fish. Res. Brd. Canada, Vol. 16, No. 6, pp. certain environmental factors affecting the production of pink and chum salmon. Jour. Fish. Res. Analysis of Factors Affecting the Production of Chum SalmonPNCORHYNCHUS KETA) in Tilla­ mook~, by Kenneth A.

Henry, Contribution No. 18, 37 p., illus., printed. Fish Commis­ sion of Oregon, Portland, Oregon, September This paper deals with the factors affect­ ing the production of chum salmon. It is quite. Summer Chum Salmon Conservation Initiative April Contributors and Acknowledgments i Contributors This summer chum salmon conservation initiative is the result of the collective efforts of a team of fisherie s biologists representing tribal organizations, and state and federal agencies.

The following individuals wer e. Figure 1: Commercial catches of salmon (thousands of metric tonnes) in the North Pacific (all species), Japan (chum salmon) and in Russia (all species), from to (Beamish & Riddell ).* These three graphs above show how large-scale trends in salmon abundance illustrates the capacity of the Pacific Ocean to produce salmon.

BASIS Second International Workshop on Factors Affecting Production of Juvenile Salmon: Survival Strategy of Asian and North American Juvenile Salmon in the Ocean: Technical Report No 8.

International Workshop on Explanations for the High Abundance of Pink and Chum Salmon and Future Trends: Technical Report No 9. Anadromy is a defining trait in salmonid fishes but it is expressed to different extents among the species in the family, as reviewed in a classic paper by Rounsefell ().

The present paper re-examines the subject, assessing the degree of anadromy within the genus Oncorhynchus, using Rounsefell’s six criteria: extent of migrations at sea, duration of stay at. For pink, chum, and coho salmon, aquaculture production estimates include all salmon species farmed in SAs 12 and 13 (the Queen Charlotte and Johnstone Straits) from to (H.

Russell, BC Ministry of Agriculture, Food, and Fisheries, unpublished data). PRODUCTION AND CONSUMPTION OF SALMON 3 THE STRUCTURE OF THE MARKET FOR CANNED SALMON A. The Fishing Vessel and the Processing Unit 12 B. Some Factors Affecting Prices and Exchange Quantities of Processed Salmon 15 SOME ANALYSES OF THE DEMAND FOR CANNED SALMON 17 AN ECONOMETRIC MODEL OF THE WHOLESALE DEMAND FOR CANNED SALMON .Juvenile Pacific salmon (Oncorhynchus spp.), ecologically-related species, and associated biophysical data were collected from the marine waters of the northern and southern regions of southeastern Alaska in This annual survey marks 13 consecutive years of systematically monitoring how juvenile salmon interact in marine ecosystems, and was implemented to .Because of lack of hatchery success and low production, hatcheries switched to coho salmon.

Since the early s, wild stocks of chinook salmon from Oregon coastal streams have rebounded and overall chinook salmon production has .