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Watershed management and fish hatchery practices in the Pacific Northwest Hearing before the the Subcommittee on Environment and Natural Resources of ... Congress, first session ... March 9, 1993 by United States

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Number of Pages334
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ISBN 10016040956X
ISBN 109780160409561

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Full text of "Watershed management and fish hatchery practices in the Pacific Northwest: hearing before the the Subcommittee on Environment and Natural Resources of the Committee on Merchant Marine and Fisheries, House of Representatives, One Hundred Third . Hatchery reform efforts in the Pacific Northwest were initiated in in response to the proposed ESA listing of Chinook salmon as a threatened species in Puget Sound That proposed listing cited large numbers of hatchery fish released in Puget Sound streams as one of the risk factors contributing to the threatened status of Chinook salmon. This Comprehensive Hatchery Management Plan (CHMP) for the Little White Salmon/Willard National Fish Hatchery Complex (Complex) is an operational management plan which outlines policy, legal mandates, goals and objectives relevant to the overall management of the station. The role of the hatchery is very different from farm (Numbers of appropriate size). Water temperature and light are very important in hatchery practices (fish are cold blooded animals). Therefore, optimum range for reproduction falls.

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