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Corvallis Research Lab
Salmonid Habitat
Salmonid Habitat Project

Project Objectives

1.) Develop models to predict the freshwater habitat limiting factors for juvenile salmonids in Oregon coastal basins.

2.) Evaluate the effectiveness of habitat improvement projects to increase the production of wild salmonid smolts.

Results from this work will be used by habitat managers and land use planners to determine if habitat improvement projects are an appropriate method to use in an attempt to increase production of wild salmonid smolts and to identify critical habitat components that are in shortest supply. Proper use of these models will help insure that the money spent on habitat improvement projects will result in increased wild fish production.

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