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    • Above the Dam: Salmon Colonization of New Habitat 

      Anderson, Joseph H. (University of Washington Water Center, 2005-02-17)
      Anderson will discuss salmon colonization. He will define homing versus straying, and review the history of salmon colonization. He will describe a project to pass salmon above Landsburg Dam in Washington State. This study ...
    • Bull Trout in Western Washington 

      Shellberg, Jeffrey; University of Washington Water Center (University of Washington Water Center, 2002-01)
      This fact sheet introduces the bull trout, a threatened species in the Pacific Northwest. The fact sheet reviews their appearance, distribution, life history, basic biology, and factors leading to population decline. Further ...
    • Migrations of Salmon and Trout in Puget Sound: New Approaches to Old Questions 

      Quinn, Tom (University of Washington Water Center, 2009-02-18)
      The migrations of salmon and trout are an integral part of their basic biology and are also important for their conservation because migrations define critical habitat and control patterns of fishery exploitation. Decades ...
    • Movement Patterns of Adult Sockeye Salmon in Lake Washington 

      Newell, Jenny (University of Washington Water Center, 2004-02-06)
      Newell will present the results of a study investigating the migration behavior of sockeye salmon in Lake Washington. In the study, fish were tagged at the Ballard Locks before they came into Lake Washington. Then they ...
    • Watershed Review: v.2:no.1(2004:winter) 

      Center for Water & Watershed Studies (University of Washington Water Center, 2004)
      Articles include: Riparian Buffer Functions Along Lowland Agricultural Streams; Red Alder on the Rise -- Making a Comeback both Economically and Ecologically; "Normative Flows" in Urbanizing Watersheds; Snapshot of Research: ...
    • Why do Salmon Stray? Tradeoffs Between Habitat and Homing 

      Cram, Jeremy (University of Washington Water Center, 2010-02-17)
      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 ...