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Calibration of estimates of coho spawner abundance in the Smith River Basin, 2001
Steven E. Jacobs
by Coastal Salmonid Inventory Project, Western Oregon Research and Monitoring Program, Oregon Dept. of Fish and Wildlife in Corvallis, OR
Written in English
|Series||Monitoring report / Oregon Plan for Salmon and Watersheds ;, no. OPSW-ODFW-2002-06, Monitoring program report (Oregon Plan for Salmon and Watersheds) ;, OPSW-ODFW-2002-06.|
|Contributions||Oregon. Dept. of Fish and Wildlife.|
|LC Classifications||QL638.S2 J33 2002|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||14 p. :|
|Number of Pages||14|
|LC Control Number||2003387997|
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Citation:Jacobs S., Calibration of estimates of coho spawner abundance in the Smith River basin, ; Monitoring Program Report Number OPSW-ODFW, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, Portland, Oregon. CONTENTS. Calibration of Estimates of Coho Spawner Abundance in the Smith River Basin, ; Use of Stratified Random Sampling to Estimate the Abundance of Oregon Coastal Coho Salmon: Summary of Eight Years of Research.
Calibration of estimates of coho spawner abundance in the Smith River basin, Portland, OR: Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife. Monitoring program report 2001 book OPSWODFW Jepson DB, Dalton T, Johnson SL, et al.
Calibration of Estimates of Coho Spawner Abundance in the Smith River Basin, December Fisheries Management and Compared to our estimates of mids coho salmon levels. Spawning escapement estimates were obtained for adult and jack (precocious male) coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch) by conducting visual surveys on foot in stream reaches selected by stratified random and stratified index sampling approach was evaluated for three years in two streams with widely varying escapements; estimates of adult escapements using the stratified index design Cited by: However, Chinook salmon and steelhead estimates were determined for the sample frame since these species were more evenly distributed throughout the basin.
We estimated total coho. Key metrics include: abundance, spatial distribution, temporal distribution and proportion of hatchery fish in the naturally spawning population.
The geographic scale of abundance estimates varies by species, but the goal, in all cases, is a point estimate with a confidence interval (C.I.) of +/- 30%. estimated coho spawner abundance miles number surveys estimate 95% confidence interval adult coho spawner abundance estimate 95% confidence interval total wild survey effort monitoring area, population area esu 61, 14, 53, 13, north coast 54 18, 7, 14, 7, necanicum river 12 the São Francisco River .
All of these species utilized in this study are single batch spawners, have free oocytes, and lack parental care. Besides the large size of all these species, their meat has desirable organoleptic character- istics combined with a good carcass.
ESTIMATED COHO SPAWNER ABUNDANCE SPAWNING SEASON SURVEY EFFORT ADULT COHO SPAWNER ABUNDANCE TOTAL WILD 9 5% 9 % ESU 49, 7, 48, 6, NORTH COAST 73 6, 1, 6, 0 Necanicum River 18 Nehalem River 15 3, 1, 3, 1, Tillamook Bay ¹ 22 1, 1, Nestucca River.
Forcoho spawner estimates for the area upstream of Smith River Falls were 7, fish, derived from pooled mark-recapture recoveries, and 6, fish, derived from spawner survey EMAP protocol.
Estimated weekly number of coho salmon smolt out-migrants (excluding fry) based upon captures at the rotary screw trap on the West Fork Smith River, Oregon.
The trap was operated from February 7. Estimates of mean adult coho salmon spawner abundance (estimated by the area under the curve [AUC]), peak coho salmon redd count, and total steelhead redd count in West Fork of the Smith River.
Estimates of the abundance of adult coho spawners within the four GCAs that comprise the Oregon Coastal ESU are available back through Spawner abundance in the Oregon Coastal ESU has ranged from ab adults in to n adults in Inan estima adult coho spawned in the Oregon Coastal ESU.
Among the. Estimation and Calibration Introduction Virtually all models in ﬁnance have parameters that must be speciﬁed in order to completely describe them. Statistical estimation can be used for some or all of these parameters under two important conditions: 1.
We believe that the parameter values do not change quickly in time. However, Chinook salmon and steelhead estimates were determined for the sample frame since these species were more evenly distributed throughout the basin.
We estimated total coho salmon redd. Abstract: Estimates of coho spawner abundance derived from spawning surveys are a fundamental component of the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife’s (ODFW) Oregon Plan Monitoring (Jacobs et al.
The basis of these estimates are visual counts of adult spawners in randomly selected stream reaches. To date, survey-derived estimates have not been validated against known spawner abundances. increase in abundance inthis would mean that the normal, or average, winter steelhead run-size is more in the neighborhood of 7, adults.
Adult winter steelhead run-size estimates are available for and for the Smith River Basin, which is similar in size to the Nestucca Basin. Calibration of estimates of coho spawner abundance in the Smith River basin, ; Monitoring Program Report Number OPSW-ODFW Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife, Portland, Oregon.
Stevens, D.L. EstimateS 7 and later versions (indicated as "EstimateS 7+" in this Guide) computes expected species accumulation curves (sample-based rarefaction curves in the terminology of Gotelli & Colwell ), with 95% confidence intervals, using the analytical formulas. Broadcast spawners exhibit an Allee effect at low density: a decline in the fertilization of eggs, owing to increased distance between spawners.
We present a method for assessing the likely impact of a fishery on broadcast spawners, based on gamete dispersion dynamics and individual spatial distributions.mark-recapture techniques were used to estimate total drainage abundance.
Results indicated that coho salmon migrated into all tributaries of the drainage with the largest concentration of fish migrating to the stretch of the Unalakleet River above the Chiroskey River and below the North Fork Unalakleet River.Calibration of estimates of coho spawner abundance in the Smith River Basin, Corvallis, OR: Coastal Salmonid Inventory Project, Western Oregon Research and Monitoring Program, Oregon Dept.
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