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Timing, escapement distribution, and catch of Kodiak Island salmon, 1970

Donald Edward Bevan

Timing, escapement distribution, and catch of Kodiak Island salmon, 1970

by Donald Edward Bevan

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Published by Fisheries Research Institute, University of Washington in Seattle .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Pacific salmon,
  • Salmon fisheries -- Alaska -- Kodiak Island

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Donald E. Bevan, Jack Lechner, and Martin F. Eaton.
    SeriesUniversity of Washington. Fisheries Research Institute. Circular -- 72-8, Circular (University of Washington. Fisheries Research Institute) -- 72-8.
    ContributionsLechner, Jack, joint author., Eaton, Martin F., joint author.
    The Physical Object
    Pagination71 p.
    Number of Pages71
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL13566886M
    LC Control Number72612368
    OCLC/WorldCa6625419

    Rearing habitat capacity for juvenile sockeye salmon in Lake Clark NP/P. Distribution and timing of spawning by sockeye salmon in the major Bristol Bay watersheds of Katmai NP/P Description and analysis of the social network underlying the distribution of fish harvested for subsistence by residents of the Bristol Bay Area and Chignik Area.   The Karluk Lake and River system is located on the west side of Kodiak Island in the northern Gulf of Alaska (Fig. 1). Karluk River is about 36 km long and from 18 to m wide. Karluk Lake is 19 km long and has an average depth of 48 m. Sockeye salmon spawn in .

      The Bristol Bay salmon season is managed first by escapement, which looks good in all the major rivers. The highest producing system so far is Naknek-Kvichak with m sockeye caught to . Our primary objectives are to (1) provide annual numerical and biomass estimates of the abundance (i.e., catch plus escapement) of natural‐ and hatchery‐origin adult Pink Salmon O. gorbuscha, Chum Salmon O. keta, and Sockeye Salmon O. nerka by region of the North Pacific Ocean, (2) expand adult biomass values to include the biomass of.

    I am a resident and salmon fisherman from the village of Old Harbor on the Eastside of Kodiak island. I have been fishing salmon in the seine fishery in Kodiak since Table indicates the initial distribution and historical net changes in permit holdings for the fishery. and Kodiak Management Area Salmon Escapement and Catch. The one notable exception is Kodiak Island, Alaska where a compilation of discharges for 37 processing plants has been made.^/ These data are summarized in Table Table Point source discharges from seafood processors in Kodiak Basin T^pe of discharge Amount kg/day Total solids Total nitrogen Total phosphorus 43 ooo 10 (vii.


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Timing, escapement distribution, and catch of Kodiak Island salmon, 1970 by Donald Edward Bevan Download PDF EPUB FB2

Office Address SuiteWest Pender Street Vancouver, BC, Canada V6C 3B2. Contact Phone: escapement distribution () Fax: +1 () Email: [email protected]   Hatchery programmes. The hatchery programmes on Hokkaido began inand bythey were well-developed for the three native And catch of Kodiak Island salmon spp.

(Kobayashi,).Most of the released fish were chum salmon, followed by pink and masu salmon ().From tothese programmes were privately operated (Kobayashi,), and because these private hatcheries Cited by: Top) Natural logarithm of recruits per spawner (R/S) for wild pink salmon in the Kodiak Island area plotted against escapement in the same brood year (for brood years –).

Hokkaido Island is one of the most active regions for Pacific salmon hatchery programmes, with ca. billion () juveniles released annuallyalong a coastline of ca. During the last quarter of the 20th century, coastal catches of chum and pink salmon increased dramatically, whereas those of masu salmon.

Hokkaido Island is one of the most active regions for Pacific salmon hatchery programmes, with ca. billion () juveniles released annually along a coastline of ca. AN OVERVIEW OF THE KODIAK MANAGEMENT AREA COMMERCIAL SALMON FISHERIES A report to the Alaska Board of Fisheries Kevin Brennan David Prokopowich and Dennis Gretsch Regional Information ~e~onl No.

4K Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Commercial Fisheries Management and Development Division 21 1 Mission Timing Kodiak, Alaska North Shelikof Strait Sockeye Catch-- Distribution, Timing, and Stock Composition Report to the Alaska Board of Fisheries Salmon catch by species within selected sections of the Main- Results of sockeye salmon tagging on the west side of Kodiak Island north of Miners Point.

17 4. Age composition of the sockeye catch. Frazer Lake (57°15'N, °10'W), on Kodiak Island, was first seeded with sockeye salmon eggs in and, with the installation of fishways, has developed into a major run (Blackett ). sockeye by Kodiak salmon fishermen has historically occurred. Generally, the interception has been at insignificant 1 eve1 s in relation to the total sockeye harvest for both Kodiak and Cook Inlet areas, however during a portion of the salmon season Kodiak fishermen intercepted Cook Inlet sockeye at a record level.

Alaska Department of Fish and Game P.O. Box W. 8th Street Juneau, AK Office Locations. The fisher y for Karluk Lake (Kodiak Island, Alaska) sockeye salmon Oncorhynchus nerka has undergone a period of high production (s to mids), decline (mids to late s), and.

Sockeye salmon Oncorhynch~ls nerka returning to Akalura Lake contribute to the Alitak Bay District fishery on the south end of Kodiak Island.

Over the past 70 years, total runs (escapement plus harvest) ranged from ~3, () to nearly(). Recent ( The purpose of this study was to 1) produce annual estimates of coho salmon and steelhead escapement from spawning ground surveys in four coastal.

The Economic and Product Market Databook for Borisov, Belarus. Sockeye Salmon populations within the interior Columbia River basin have had an historically patchy distribution relative to other Pacific salmon species, largely due to dependence on suitable lake habitat during critical life history stages (Fulton ; Waples et al.

; Behnke ). chum and coho salmon catch rates. Various species of clams experienced excessive mortality followed by slow recovery in Cordova Bay and Kodiak Island regions. Geologists estimate that WCVI will experience up to m of vertical deformation and tsunami waves reaching 10 m inland. Organisms that depend upon the coastal.

Halupka et al. () found no latitudinal pattern in run-timing in an analysis of sockeye salmon stocks in southeast Alaska, although interior stocks had later mean migration dates and more compact run-timing than coastal mainland or island stocks. Five sockeye salmon populations in southeast Alaska were identified as having protracted run.

Read "Diatoms and sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) population dynamics: Reconstructions of salmon-derived nutrients over the past 2, years in two lakes from Kodiak Island, Alaska, Journal of Paleolimnology" on DeepDyve, the largest online rental service for scholarly research with thousands of academic publications available at your fingertips.

Pink salmon catch, escapement and historical abundance data. Genetic variation in populations of pink salmon (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha) from Kodiak Island. Master s Thesis, Univ. Washington, Seattle, 94 p.

Johnson, R. Relation of stream temperatures to timing of pink salmon escapements in southeast Alaska. Based on stock‐specific run timing, fish returning through July 15 are considered the Early Run, where fish returning after July 15 are assumed to be the Late Run (Gomez‐Uchida et al., ).

Run reconstructions based on escapement and scale pattern analysis are available beginning in for the Early Run and for the Late Run. UCIDA Coho escapement data RC (PDF kB) Arni Thompson AK Salmon Alliance SWAMC marketing presentation RC (PDF 49 kB) USFWS withdraw Prop RC (PDF kB) Kodiak Island Borough Historic Kodiak harvest RC (PDF kB) Central Peninsula AC Resolution re Kodiak genetic info.(Gomez-Uchida et al., ).

Run reconstructions based on escapement and scale pattern analysis are available beginning in for the Early Run and for the Late Run. As such, the collection of archived adult scales begins in and continues annually by ADF&G.

Accepted Article.Distribution and origin of sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) in offshore waters of the North Pacific Ocean. Int. North Pac. Fish. Comm. Bull. 34, p. French, R.

R., and R. J. Wahle. The distribution of salmon above Rock Island Dam as observed from stream surveys during the spawning season of U.S. Fish Wildl. Serv.