Babine lake Sockeye Salmon (Oncorhynchus Nerka) Enhancement Program: Testing Some Major Assumptions

This paper serves as an after study to the Babine Lake Sockeye Enhancement Program and its assumptions. These assumptions are as follows: The artificial spawning channels provide an effective means of producing sockeye fry, the fry are viable from their spawning beds, the nursery area has sufficient population capacity, and the increased smolt outputs result in increased adult returns.

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Author McDonald, J. and J. M. Hume
Data Steward Fisheries and Oceans Canada Pacific Region
Publication Year 1984