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Objective 4
Objective 4. Protect existing natural production areas by defining temporal and spatial use patterns by life stages of spring chinook and identify the habitat/environmental attributes conducive to that use.

Task 4.1 Document distribution of spawning and rearing, timing of emergence and migration in basins used by spring chinook.

Task 4.2 Identify spring chinook habitat and environmental attributes.

Task 4.3 Identify life histories and the habitat/environmental critical to maintaining them.

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