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Western Oregon Rearing Project


Western Oregon Rearing Project

In 1998, the Oregon Plan for Salmon and Watersheds mandated that the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife establish annual summer surveys to monitor juvenile coho salmon in Oregon Coastal streams. The objectives of these surveys are to: 1) monitor trends in the abundance and distribution of juvenile coho in each of five coastal coho Gene Conservation Areas (GCAs); and 2) provide information needed to investigate the relationships between freshwater habitat characteristics, adult spawner abundance, and juvenile recruitment.

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