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Effects of Development on Coho Salmon and Implications for Stream Habitat Restoration

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Title Effects of Development on Coho Salmon and Implications for Stream Habitat Restoration
Creator Bilby, Robert
Subject streams Oncorhynchus kisutch salmon Salmonidae habitat conservation watersheds watershed management sustainable development land use spawning biological assessment
Description Examination of a 20-year record of spawning coho salmon abundance from more than 80 streams in central Puget Sound indicated that even modest levels of development within a watershed were associated with reductions is salmon abundance. The fact that current zoning in this region directs nearly all future development into areas that support salmon suggests that populations will continue to be affected by development. Identification, protection, and restoration of locations that currently... Weyerhaeuser Company.
Publisher University of Washington Water Center
Date 2011-03-28T22:08:35Z 2011-03-28T22:08:35Z 2009-03-31
Type Presentation Recording, oral
Identifier http://hdl.handle.net/1773/16414
Language en_US

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