Historical Decline and Current Status of Coho Salmon in California

@inproceedings{Brown1994HistoricalDA,
  title={Historical Decline and Current Status of Coho Salmon in California},
  author={Larry R. Brown and Peter B. Moyle and Ronald M. Yoshiyama},
  year={1994}
}
Abstract The southernmost populations of coho salmon Oncorhynchus kisutch occur in California where native coho stocks have declined or disappeared from all streams in which they were historically recorded. Coho salmon previously occurred in as many as 582 streams, from the Smith River near the Oregon border to the San Lorenzo River on the central coast. Information on the recent presence or absence of coho salmon was available for only 248 (43%) of those streams. Of these 248 streams, 54… CONTINUE READING

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