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TitleStatus Review of Coastal Cutthroat Trout from Washington, Oregon, and California
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication1999
AuthorsJohnson, Orlay W., Mary H. Ruckelshaus, Stewart W. Grant, William F. Waknitz, Ann M. Garrett, Gregory J. Bryant, Kathleen Neely, Jeffrey J. Hard, and U.S. National Marine Fisheries Service. Northwest Fisheries Science Center
Secondary TitleNOAA technical memorandum NMFS-NWFSC
Date Published1999
PublisherNorthwest Fisheries Science Center
City[Seattle, Wash.]
Call NumberOSU Libraries: Guin SH11 .A541151 no.37, Digital Open Access
KeywordsAlsea Fish Hatchery, Alsea River, Chetco River, Coos Bay, Coos River, Coquille River, cutthroat trout = Oncorhynchus clarki, Devils Lake, endangered species, environmental policy and law, general ecosystem description, genetics, hatcheries, historical, Kilchis River, life history information, Miami River, Millicoma River, natural resource management, Necanicum River, Nehalem River, Nestucca River, population biology, population count, Rogue River, Salmon River, salmonid species, Sand Creek, Siltcoos Lake, Siuslaw River, Smith River, statistics, Tahkenitch Lake, Tenmile Creek, Tillamook River, Trask River, Umpqua River, Wilson River, Yachats River, Yaquina River
NotesThe Biological Review Team concluded that coastal stocks of cutthroat trout were not presently at risk of extinction. Appendix 1-A gives the known history of hatchery releases in streams and lakes.