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An assessment of the juvenile sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) populations of Babine Lake

An assessment of the juvenile sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) populations of Babine Lake

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Published by Fisheries and Oceans Canada, Science in Cultus Lake, B.C .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Sockeye salmon -- British Columbia -- Babine Lake.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby J.M.B. Hume and S.G. MacLellan.
    SeriesCanadian technical report of fisheries and aquatic sciences -- 2327
    ContributionsMacLellan, S. G., Canada. Dept. of Fisheries and Oceans. Science Branch., Cultus Lake Research Laboratory.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination1 fiche
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL19328593M

    Sockeye salmon are fished with beach seines in the Ozernaya River and fish trap nets are used on the Pacific Ocean coast. In , 88 percent of the catch came from the Ozernaya River. The fishery is managed under Russian federal and state salmon management systems. Monitoring sockeye fry production in the Cedar River began in to investigate the causes of low adult sockeye returns. This annual trapping program, which continued through , was expanded in with the addition of a second downstream migrant trap to estimate the production of juvenile chinook salmon.


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An assessment of the juvenile sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) populations of Babine Lake Download PDF EPUB FB2

An assessment of the juvenile sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) populations of Babine Lake. Can. Tech. Rep. Fish. Aquat. Sci. 37 p.

Juvenile sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) rearing in Babine Lake were re-examined 22 years after the initiation of the Babine Lake Development Project (BLDP).

Abundance, distribution, size. In the ocean, sockeye salmon continue to feed on zooplankton but also eat larval and small adult fishes and occasionally squid.

Fish (including other salmon) and birds feed on juvenile salmon. Sharks, lampreys, and marine mammals prey on adult salmon in the ocean. Bears, eagles, and occasionally wolves feed on sockeye salmon in fresh water.

Distribution, Abundance, and Growth of Juvenile Sockeye Salmon, Oncorhynchus Nerka, and Associated Species in the Naknek River System, (Classic Reprint) [Ellis, Robert J.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Distribution, Abundance, and Growth of Juvenile Sockeye Salmon, Oncorhynchus Nerka, and Associated Species in the Naknek River SystemCited by: 2.

farms, juvenile Fraser River Sockeye Salmon, a susceptible host, would be very likely to be exposed to the virus during their migration either by swimming into net pens holding farmed Atlantic Salmon or by swimming through IHNV plumes dispersed from the infected farm.

Long-term Trends in Growth of Juvenile Sockeye Salmon As part of our long-term research that has monitored the ecology of sockeye salmon juveniles and their habitat in the Chignik watershed, we perform an annual fall survey to assess growth performance of juvenile sockeye salmon following their first summer of lake residency.

Detection and Assessment of the Distribution of Infectious Agents in Juvenile Fraser River Sockeye Salmon, Canada, in and Article (PDF Available) in. Infectious diseases may contribute to declines in Fraser River Sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) stocks, but a clear knowledge gap exists around which infectious agents and diseases are important.

This study was conducted to: (1) determine the presence and prevalence of 46 infectious agents in juvenile Fraser River Sockeye salmon, and (2) evaluate spatial patterns in prevalence and burden Cited by: 4.

Salmon estuary residency varied across species; 25% of indi-viduals spent at le 22, 30, and 5 d in the estuary for ChinookOncorhynchus tshawytscha, coho O. kisutch, pink O. gorbuscha, and sockeye salmonO. nerka, respectively.

Larger pink and Chinook salmon resided in the estuary for longer durations, growing at an estimated and. identification of juvenile salmonids and other small fishes commonly caught during field sampling of freshwater streams and lakes.

Juvenile salmon sketches were adapted from sketches by the Oregon Department of Fish & Wildlife’s Aquatic Education Program. Photos are from ADF&G, USFS and CIAA file archives as well as personal collections. juvenile Sockeye Salmon are the most IHNV susceptible Sockeye Salmon life stage; and; all estimated maximum IHNV waterborne concentrations in net pens and plumes were below the laboratory based estimates of IHNV minimum lethal dose for juvenile Sockeye Salmon.

Uncertainty in this assessment is driven by the lack of knowledge of. However, our comparison of data from – to – provided no evidence that the parasite load in juvenile sockeye salmon has significantly changed and that there is no significant relationship between summer temperature and average infestation by: 5.

Evaluation of an Experimental Re-introduction of Sockeye Salmon into Skaha Lake; 3 of 3; Addendum to the Disease Risk Assessment Section of the.

Granite Dam. This complicates estimates of the number of anadromous juvenile sockeye salmon (smolts) arriving at Lower Granite Dam in a given year. Adult abundance For the periodwe used estimates of sockeye salmon adult returns to the Columbia River developed by Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife/Oregon.

Of the juvenile salmon examined for otolith marks, Alaska enhanced stocks comprised 69% of the juvenile chum (of ) and 18% of the juvenile sockeye salmon ( of ). Of the 96potential predators of juvenile salmon, predation on juvenile salmon was observed in.

Estimation of Sockeye Salmon Escapement into McLees Lake, Unalaska Island, Alaska, D.R. Hildreth and H. Finkle. May Juvenile Coho Salmon Migration and Habitat Use in Meadow Creek, Southcentral Alaska, J Gerken and S Sethi.

April   These rates are in keeping with those reported by Brett for juvenile sockeye salmon (O. nerka) Note: for oxygen uptake calculations, the volume of water is equal to the respirometer volume less fish volume. The cross indicates the point where the fish refused to swim further and where U crit was calculated.

B) Tail beat frequency values Cited by:   Salmon and Sockeye Hardcover – October 1, by Shawn Rogers (Author, Illustrator)5/5(1). Sockeye Salmon – Oncorhynchus nerka – only landlocked stocks are found in New Zealand Most New Zealand freshwater anglers will have never seen a sockeye salmon.

They are only found in the Waitaki River catchment, especially in lakes Ohau and Benmore, and in smaller numbers in lakes Avimore and Waitaki. These North Otago/South Canterbury sockeye salmon [ ].

Detection and Assessment of the Distribution of Infectious Agents in Juvenile Fraser River Sockeye Salmon, Canada, in and Nekouei O(1), Vanderstichel R(1), Ming T(2), Kaukinen KH(2), Thakur K(1), Tabata A(2), Laurin E(1), Tucker S(2), Beacham TD(2), Miller KM(2)(3).Cited by: 4.

Two-year-old juvenile sockeye salmon, like this one, are becoming less common in freshwater as warmer lakes have accelerated juvenile sockeye growth, leading them.

Sockeye salmon spend years in the ocean feeding and growing rapidly. In Alaska, Sockeye salmon drift counter clock-wise around the Gulf Alaska with the prevailing current. Once they reach maturity, they swim the thousands of miles back to their natal water sheds.

Sockeye return to spawned between June and early August. We used dual-beam hydroacoustics and echo integration techniques, combined with midwater trawling and gillnetting, to assess the abundance and distribution of the endangered Snake River juvenile sockeye salmon and resident kokanee (both Oncorhynchus nerka) in Sawtooth Valley lakes of Idaho during September and Cited by: Get this from a library.

Stock assessment by echo integration and its application to juvenile sockeye salmon in Lake Washington.

[Richard E Thorne; James Carter Woodey; Washington Sea Grant Program,; National Science Foundation (U.S.),; University of Washington.

Fisheries Research Institute,]. Estimate the sex and age composition of sockeye salmon such that simultaneous 90% confidence intervals have a maximum width ofand 4. Estimate the mean length of sockeye salmon by sex and age.

Specific objectives of the juvenile sockeye salmon rearing conditions assessment were to. out of 5 stars Field Identification of Coastal Juvenile Salmonids Reviewed in Canada on Febru This booklet is an excellent resource for educators (elementary through college, families, and resource management/research groups) with need for a practical and easy to use guide to identify juvenile salmonids in the Pacific Northwest /5(12).

Sockeye salmon meat gets its color from the orange krill they eat while in the name sockeye comes from a poor attempt to translate the word suk-kegh from British Columbia’s native Coast Salish language.

Suk-kegh means red fish. Sockeye Salmon can also called “red” salmon because of. Get this from a library. The salmon. [Sabrina Crewe; Colin Newman] -- Describes the habitat, eating habits, and life cycle of the sockeye salmon. Juvenile Fraser River sockeye salmon migration and behavior. Fraser River sockeye have a predominantly four year life cycle, with most juveniles rearing one winter in a lake prior to outmigration in their second year, followed by two winters at sea before returning to spawn as adults (Burgner,Roos, ).

For example, juvenile sockeye Cited by: Although the risk assessment focused on the risk to Fraser River sockeye salmon, considerations were given to other fish species susceptible to IHN. Pacific salmon species other than sockeye salmon are either not susceptible or are less susceptible and therefore are of a lower likelihood to be at risk.".

For planktivores that locate their prey by sight (such as juvenile sockeye salmon) and that in turn are subject to predators that use sight to locate them, the diel time profiles of potential feeding rate and predation risk in near-surface waters may be determined largely by the relative densities of prey at the two trophic by: Book.

Full-text available A summary of the early field studies of the Morrison Creek Lamprey and a new assessment of its taxonomy. The early marine distribution of juvenile sockeye salmon. Sockeye salmon support one of the most important commercial fisheries on the Pacific coast of North America, representing about a quarter of the total salmon harvest.

They are increasingly sought after in recreational fisheries, and are a mainstay of many subsistence users. Sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) populations from Southeast Alaska through British Columbia to Washington State have experienced similar declines in productivity over the past two decades, leading to economic and ecosystem e the declines have spanned a wide geographic area, the primary mechanisms driving them likely operate at a large, multiregional scale at by: Juvenile Salmon Surveys Acoustic estimates and confidence intervals are presented in Table 2 for the year class of sockeye salmon and the year class smelt and sticklebacks.

Sticklebacks were the most numerous species during all five series. The juvenile sockeye salmon estimates are. We examined how individual processes contribute to a latitudinal gradient in body size within populations of migrating juvenile sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) while simultaneously testing for size-selective mortality, a potentially confounding population scale otolith microstructure techniques and structural equation modeling, we determined that ocean entry size and Cited by: 9.

Assessment of Sockeye Fry Passage at the Babine River Adult Salmon Counting Fence Prepared for the Department of Fisheries and Oceans by: Janvier Doire, May Skeena Fisheries Commission Barnes Crescent There are no suitable juvenile sockeye rearing habitats.

sockeye salmon and kokanee throughout their native range appear to be organized more by geographic proximity than by life-history type (Taylor et al. The practice of stocking anadromous forms of juvenile sockeye salmon to meet aquaculture objectives or removal of anadromous barriers could impact the biodiversity and genetic.

Evaluation of Juvenile Salmon Production in ivfrom the Cedar River and Bear Creek List of Tables Table 1. Abundance of natural-origin sockeye fry entering Lake Washington from the Cedar River in Table includes; total catch, abundance of fry migrants, 95%.

The objective of the project is to assess the migration timing, size, age, and condition of specific stocks of upper Fraser juvenile Sockeye at the start of their seaward migration. In addition, new capture methods/sampling technologies may be examined as potential options for future juvenile.

Unlike other salmon species, which migrate to sea within months after hatching, juvenile sockeye may spend as much as three years in fresh water. Adults then live one to four years in the ocean before returning to the stream or lake where they were born, in annual runs that can top 60 million fish in.

Acoustic techniques for the assessment of sockeye salmon were developed under the University of Washington Sea Grant Program and have been applied to studies of juvenile sockeye salmonin Lake Washington sinceand to assessment of adult sockeye returning to .Gates Creek Salmon Project Juvenile Salmonid Outmigration Enumeration Assessment Project # SON(Part 1) Prepared for: Lillooet Tribal Council By Stephanie Lingard, Caroline Melville and Don McCubbing Prepared with the financial support of: B.C.

Hydro Fish and Wildlife Compensation Program July, InStream Fisheries Research Size: 1MB. Hard lessons from the mighty salmon runs of Bristol Bay The world’s longest ongoing salmon research reveals the astounding complexity of wild .