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Pacific Salmon Environmental and Life History Models Advancing Science For Sustainable Salmon in the Future

Proceedings
Edited By: EE Knudsen and JH Michael
Pacific Salmon Environmental and Life History Models
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Many Pacific Salmon and anadromous trout populations are in chronic decline. An important aspect of salmon management is an understanding of the factors that drive salmon population production and the ability to predict run sizes. Advanced simulation methods are needed for better describing and understanding of the complex interactions betweens salmonids and their environment and improved decision-making about the effects of human activity on their productivity.

This book presents recent progress in modelling tools that have practical applications for estimating full production capacity, determining appropriate harvest levels and providing information essential for habitat remediation.

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