A Review of the Hatchery Programs for Pink Salmon in Prince William Sound and Kodiak Island, Alaska: Response to Comment

@inproceedings{Hilborn2001ARO,
  title={A Review of the Hatchery Programs for Pink Salmon in Prince William Sound and Kodiak Island, Alaska: Response to Comment},
  author={Ray W. Hilborn and Dwight Edward Eggers},
  year={2001}
}
—Five hatcheries in Prince William Sound, Alaska, release more than 500 million juvenile pink salmon Oncorhynchus gorbuscha each year, constituting one of the largest salmon hatchery programs in the world. Before the program was initiated in 1974, pink salmon catches were very low, averaging 3 million fish per year between 1951 and 1979. Since 1980 the catch has averaged more than 20 million fish per year. However, catches in three other areas in Alaska with substantial fisheries for pink… CONTINUE READING

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