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Published by U.S. Dept. of Commerce, National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, National Marine Fisheries Service, [Northwest Fisheries Science Center], Available from National Technical Information Service in [Seattle, Wash.], Springfield, VA .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Fish populations -- Northwest, Pacific.,
  • Fishes -- Conservation -- Northwest, Pacific.,
  • Pacific salmon fisheries -- Northwest, Pacific.,
  • Pacific salmon -- Northwest, Pacific.,
  • Population viability analysis -- Northwest, Pacific.

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Edition Notes

StatementPaul McElhany ... [et al.].
SeriesNOAA technical memorandum NMFS-NWFSC -- 42.
ContributionsMcElhany, Paul., Northwest Fisheries Science Center (U.S.)
Classifications
LC ClassificationsQL638.S2 V53 2000, SH11.A5 N635 no. 42
The Physical Object
Paginationxv, 156 p. :
Number of Pages156
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL15579560M

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Viable salmonid populations and the recovery of evolutionarily significant units xv, p. (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File: All Authors / Contributors: Paul McElhany; Northwest Fisheries Science Center (U.S.). Conservation Biology Division. If your book is not available on E-ZBorrow, you can request it through ILLiad (ebooks unavailable). a Viable salmonid populations and the recovery of evolutionarily significant units |h |t Viable salmonid populations and the recovery of evolutionarily significant units |h xv, p. |w (OCoLC) 2 |a Northwest. BibTeX @MISC{Service00viablesalmonid, author = {Marine Fisheries Service and Uses The Noaa and Paul Mcelhany and Mary H. Rucklelshaus and Michael J. Ford and Thomas C and Eric P. Bjorkstedt}, title = {Viable Salmonid Populations and the Recovery of Evolutionarily Significant Units. Viable Salmonid Populations and the Recovery of Evolutionarily Significant Units. By Marine Fisheries Service, Uses The Noaa, Paul Mcelhany, Mary H. Rucklelshaus, Michael J. Ford, Thomas C and Eric P. Bjorkstedt. Abstract.

Viable Salmon Populations In the wake of numerous ESA listings of Pacific Northwest salmonids in the late ’s, NOAA Fisheries prepared a memorandum (McElhany et al., ) to provide technical guidance on setting recovery goals for listed salmonids. ESA listings for salmonids are defined at the scale of an Evolutionarily Significant Unit. County) inclusive. Two salmon Evolutionarily Significant Units (ESUs) and two steelhead Distinct Population Segments (DPSs) lie wholly within this region: California “viable salmonid populations” offered by McElhany et al. (). In reality, for most of the salmon and steelhead populations in this recovery domain, estimates meeting.   A disturbance-based ecosystem approach to maintaining and restoring freshwater habitats of evolutionarily significant units of anadromous salmonids in the Pacific Northwest. In J.L. Nielsen, ed. Evolution and the Aquatic Ecosystem: Defining Unique Units in Population Conservation, p. American Fisheries Society Symposium evolutionarily significant units (ESUs), not necessarily an exact reconstruction. Furthermore, the population boundaries presented delimit the basin area used by spawning adults from each population. It is understood that many of the populations share areas for .

Viable Salmonid Populations and the Recovery of Evolutionarily Significant Units. U.S. Department of Commerce, NOAA Technical Memorandum NMFSNWFSC- Seattle: Northwest Fisheries Center. All Technical Recovery Teams used the same biological principles for developing their recommendations; these principles are described in the NOAA technical memorandum Viable Salmonid Populations and the Recovery of Evolutionarily Significant Units (McElhany et al., ). Viable salmonid populations (VSP) are defined in terms of four parameters: abundance, productivity or growth rate, spatial structure, and diversity.   All NMFS' Technical Recovery Teams used the same biological principles for developing their recommendations; these principles are described in the NOAA technical memorandum Viable Salmonid Populations and the Recovery of Evolutionarily Significant Units (McElhany et al. ). National Marine Fisheries Service. Recovery Plan for the Evolutionarily Significant Units of Sacramento River Winter-run Chinook Salmon and Central Valley Spring-run Chinook Salmon and the Distinct Population Segment of California Central Valley Steelhead. California Central Valley Area Office. July ADDITIONAL COPIES MAY BE OBTAINED.