Adult salmon distribution and habitat utilization study /

Five species of Pacific salmon (Oncorhynchus spp.) were radio-tagged and tracked in the mainstem Susitna River in 2012 as part of a multi-objective study to describe salmon migration behavior, identify salmon spawning locations, and evaluate techniques for future studies of salmon in turbid water. T...

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Alternate Title:Copy for the March 01, 2013 filing (SuWa 7) has cover title: Attachment A, Adult salmon distribution and habitat utilization study (January 2013)
Additional Author(s):Link, Michael R. 1963-

Nass, Bryan L.

Smith, Jason J.

Robichaud, Dave.

Burril, Sean Eugene.

English, Karl.

Crawford, Steve.

Priest, Justin T.

Nemeth, Matthew J.
Corporate Contributor(s):LGL Alaska Research Associates.

Susitna-Watana Hydroelectric Project.

Alaska Energy Authority.

United States. Federal Energy Regulatory Commission.
Publisher:[Alaska Energy Authority],
Report Numbers:SuWa 7

SuWa 28
Series:Susitna-Watana Hydroelectric Project document ; no. 7.
Susitna-Watana Hydroelectric Project document ; no. 28.
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  • Executive summary
  • Introduction
  • Study objectives
  • Study area
  • Methods
  • Results
  • Discussion
  • Tables
  • Figures
  • Photos
  • appendix A. River mile designations
  • appendix B. Fixed-station receiver sites (setup and performance) and mobile-tracking survey effort
  • appendix C. Fishwheel effort, catch, and tags applied
  • appendix D. Radio telemetry results
  • appendix E. Tracking histories of chinook salmon above impediment 3
  • appendix F. Base map and map figure references.