Red salmon studies at Karluk Lake, 1964
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Red salmon studies at Karluk Lake, 1964 by Richard Gard

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Published by United States Department of the Interior, Fish and Wildlife Service, Bureau of Commercial Fisheries, Biological Laboratory in Auke Bay, Alaska .
Written in English


  • Sockeye salmon.

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Statementby Richard Gard and Benson Drucker.
ContributionsDrucker, Benson.
The Physical Object
Pagination34 leaves :
Number of Pages34
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14232431M

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A History of Sockeye Salmon Research, Karluk River System, Alaska, – by Richard Gard and Richard Lee Bottorff December doi: /TMSPO Introduction -- Chapter 2. Karluk sockeye salmon research history -- Chapter 3. Karluk River weir -- Chapter 4. Sockeye salmon life history -- Chapter 5. Are Karluk River sockeye salmon differentiated into subpopulations? -- Chapter 6. Seasonal run distribution -- Chapter 7. Limnology and fertilization of Karluk Lake -- Chapter 8. A History of Sockeye Salmon Research, Karluk River System, Alaska, will be published in I interviewed one of the authors, Dr. Richard Borttoff, for the most recent episode of the radio program Way Back in Kodiak, “Canned at Karluk.“ Of course, it wasn’t just scientists who were interested in the Karluk red salmon runs. Barnaby JT () Fluctuations in abundance of red salmon, Oncorhxnchus nerka, (Walbaum), of the Karluk River, Alaska. Fish Bull – Fish Bull – Google Scholar.

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Reports, Investigations, and Studies Age Groups of Salmon Conservation in the State of Washington Conservation of Bristol Bay Fisheries *ffect of Red Salmon from Nearby Stream on the Karluk Pack, The *kuk *xperimental Nets Kodiak Island ; ,_ Box 7 (cont.) 8 9.   While some salmon remain in coastal water, others migrate northward to feedings grounds. Salmon may spend one to seven years in the ocean. Certain species have more flexible life history strategies, while others are more rigid. Chum may spend up to seven years at sea, but typically four. Pink salmon, on the other hand, spend a fixed 18 months. Karluk had been chosen by Pedersen and bought by Stefansson for the bargain price of US$10, Stefansson was advised by Pedersen that, of four ships that were available, Karluk was "the soundest and best adapted for our purpose", but Bartlett had deep reservations about her fitness for prolonged Arctic service. The ship, a year-old brigantine, was feet (39 m) in length with a beam of. The research program of the Fisheries Research Institute in Bristol Bay, / W.F. Thompson --Age designation in salmon ; Age and growth studies of red salmon scales by graphical means ; Differential scale characters among species of Pacific salmon / Ted S.Y. Koo --The effect of altered sex ratios on the spawning of red salmon.