Resident and juvenile anadromous fish investigations (May-October 1984) /
The report covers studies of juvenile salmon and resident fish species of the Susitna River conducted from May through October 1984. In addition, some information on overwintering of resident fish radiotagged in 1983 is included. Parts 1, 2, and 4 cover juvenile salmon while pt. 3 covers resident fi...
|Alternate Title:||Migration and growth of juvenile salmon in the Susitna River.|
Relative abundance, distribution, and instream flow relationships of juvenile salmon in the lower Susitna River.
Resident fish distribution and population dynamics in the Susitna River below Devil Canyon.
Time series analysis of juvenile salmon outmigration, discharge, and turbidity in the Susitna River, Alaska.
Hydraulic models for use in assessing the rearing habitat of juvenile salmon in six side channels of the lower Susitna River.
|Additional Author(s):||Stratton, Mike E.|
Roth, Kent J.
Anderson, James W. (Ichthyologist)
Suchanek, Paul M.
Sundet, Richard L.
Pechek, Stuart D.
Kuntz, Karl J.
McDonell, John P.
Hoffmann, Andrew G.
Crawford, Drew L.
Hale, Stephen S.
Schmidt, Dana C.
Anderson, James W. (Ichthyologist).
|Corporate Contributor(s):||Alaska. Susitna Hydro Aquatic Studies.|
Alaska Power Authority.
Alaska. Department of Fish and Game.
|Publisher:||Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Susitna Hydro Aquatic Studies,|
|Report Numbers:||APA 2836 (draft)|
RTS 30 (draft)
|Series:||Document (Susitna Hydroelectric Project) ;
no. 2836d. |
Report (Alaska. Susitna Hydro Aquatic Studies) ; no. 7.
|Online Access:||Link to Full Text|
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|Library Holdings:||Print Versions|
- Detailed contents [v. 1] (APA 2836 (draft) ; RTS 30 (draft) ; SUS 507): pt. 1.
- The migration and growth of juvenile salmon in the Susitna River /
- by Kent J. Roth and Mike E. Stratton.
- Detailed contents [v. 2] (APA 2836 (draft) ; RTS 30 (draft) ; SUS 496): pt. 2.
- The relative abundance, distribution, and instream flow relationships of juvenile salmon in the lower Susitna River /
- by Paul M. Suchanek, Karl J. Kuntz, and John P. McDonell
- appendix A. Lower Susitna River juvenile salmon rearing suitability criteria
- appendix B. Modelled site turbidities, juvenile salmon catches, areas, weighted usable areas, and habitat indices
- appendix C. Comparison of the IFIM and RJHAB modelling techniques at two selected sites
- appendix D. Hydraulic models for use in assessing the rearing habitat of juvenile salmon in six side channels of the lower Susitna River /
- by James Anderson, Jeffrey Bigler, and Andrew Hoffmann
- pt. 3.
- Resident fish distribution and population dynamics in the Susitna River below Devil Canyon /
- by Richard L. Sundet and Stuart D. Pechek
- appendix A. Floy anchor tag retention rates
- appendix B. Radio tagged fish tagging and habitat data
- appendix C. Population and biological characteristics
- appendix D. Population estimates
- appendix E. Middle river index site catch data and descriptions, and spawning rainbow trout habitat data
- pt. 4.
- Time series analysis of juvenile salmon outmigration, discharge, and turbidity in the Susitna River, Alaska /
- by Stephen S. Hale.