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TitleStatus review of coho salmon from Washington, Oregon, and California
Publication TypeReport
Year of Publication1995
AuthorsWeitcamp, Laurie A., Thomas C. Wainwright, Gregory J. Bryant, George B. Milner, David J. Teel, Robert G. Kope, and Robin S. Waples
Secondary TitleNOAA technical memorandum NMFS-NWFSC
InstitutionU.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmoospheric Administration, National Marine Fisheries Service, Northwest Fisheries Science Center
CitySeattle, Wash.
Call NumberOSU Libraries: Intenet Resources SH11 .A541151 no.24, Guin SH11 .A541151 no.24, Digital Open Access
KeywordsCoho salmon = Oncorhynchus kisutch, Coos River, Coquille River, endangered species, environmental policy and law, general ecosystem description, genetics, hatcheries, history, life history information, Miami River, natural resource management, Necanicum River, Nehalem River, Nestucca River, population biology, population count, Salmon River, salmonid species, Siletz River, Siuslaw River, statistics, Tillamook River, Umpqua River, Wilson River, Yaquina River
NotesThe Biological Review Team concluded that "coho salmon in this ESU are not at immediate risk of extinction but are likely to become endangered in the future if present trends continue." The Team noted that "spawning escapements have declined substantially during this century and may now be at less than 5% of their abundance in the early 1900s." (p.128)