June Science on the Street

Check out these great peer reviewed articles from some of the top minds in salmon recovery!           Peer reviewed articles of interest: Some like it slow: a bioenergetic evaluation of habitat quality for juvenile Chinook salmon in the Lemhi...

May Science on the Street

May was a quiet month for Science on the Street which means you can dive even deeper into this great article from American Fisheries Society on the straying rates in the Upper Columbia region. Also, make sure to check out our new SOS logo!        ...

April Science on the Street

Some Like It Slow: A Bioenergetic Evaluation of Habitat Quality for Juvenile Chinook Salmon in the Lemhi River, Idaho  Estimating population abundance with a mixture of physical capture and passive PIT tag antenna detection data Otolith shape as a classification tool...

March Science on the Street

Evaluation of methods for spawner-recruit analysis in mixed-stock Pacific salmon fisheries Otolith shape as a classification tool for Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) discrimination in native and introduced systems Estimating population abundance with a...

February Science on the Street

More on the Factors that Limit the Abundance of Pacific Salmon (Oncorhynchus spp., Family Salmonidae) during the Ocean Phase of Their Life History  Stray Rates of Natural‐Origin Chinook Salmon and Steelhead in the Upper Columbia River Watershed Time‐varying...

January Science on the Street

Rapid migration and high survival of adult Pacific Lamprey in reservoirs An invader in salmonid rearing habitat: current and future distributions of smallmouth bass (Micropterus dolomieu) in the Columbia River Basin Multidisciplinary classification of Canadian river...