Fishway Passage and Post-passage Mortality of Up-river Migrating Sockeye Salmon in the Seton River , British Columbia

  title={Fishway Passage and Post-passage Mortality of Up-river Migrating Sockeye Salmon in the Seton River , British Columbia},
  author={David W. Roscoe and Scott G. Hinch and S. J. COOKEb and D. A. PATTERSONc},
Adult sockeye salmon (Oncorhynchus nerka) were studied to assess the consequences of a dam and vertical-slot fishway on mortality during their spawning migration in the Seton–Anderson watershed, British Columbia, Canada. Since previous research suggests fishway passage may be difficult, our main hypothesis was that the dam and fishway have post-passage consequences that affect subsequent behaviour and survival. Eighty-seven sockeye were caught at the top of the fishway, implanted with an… CONTINUE READING
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