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Why do Salmon Stray? Tradeoffs Between Habitat and Homing

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Title Why do Salmon Stray? Tradeoffs Between Habitat and Homing
Creator Cram, Jeremy
Subject salmon Salmonidae anadromous fish spawning fish hatcheries rivers aquatic habitat acclimation water geographical distribution habitat preferences
Description Salmon are capable of precise homing at fine spatial scales, but some proportion of them stray to other areas within their natal system for spawning. Hatchery supplementation programs, such as the one being used in the Yakima River, WA, create an ideal system in which to study the tradeoffs between homing and habitat. Hatchery-origin fish are reared in acclimation facilities that are intended to extend the spatial distribution of spawning and increase natural production. The objectives of...
Publisher University of Washington Water Center
Date 2011-05-27T18:45:18Z 2011-05-27T18:45:18Z 2010-02-17
Type Presentation Recording, oral
Identifier http://hdl.handle.net/1773/16544
Language en_US
Relation 2010 Annual Review of Research;Cram

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