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Marine and Freshwater Survival of Naturally Produced Coho at ODFW Life Cycle Monitoring Sites

Abstract -- In 1998, as part of the Oregon Plan for Salmon and Watersheds the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife began a program to monitor marine and freshwater survival of naturally produced coho salmon. To obtain this information, adult and smolt traps are operated at six sites in the Oregon Coast Coho ESU. See pdf document for a detailed description of the project.. Purpose -- To provide information on the marine and freshwater survival of naturally produced coho in the Oregon Coast Coho ESU.

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