Kootenai River velocities , depth , and white sturgeon spawning site selection – a mystery unraveled ?

@inproceedings{Paragamian2009KootenaiRV,
  title={Kootenai River velocities , depth , and white sturgeon spawning site selection – a mystery unraveled ?},
  author={By V. L. Paragamian and Roy E. McDonald and Gareth J. Nelson and G. Barton},
  year={2009}
}
The Kootenai River white sturgeon Acipenser transmontanus population in Idaho, US and British Columbia (BC), Canada became recruitment limited shortly after Libby Dam became fully operational on the Kootenai River, Montana, USA in 1974. In the USA the species was listed under the Endangered Species Act in September of 1994. Kootenai River white sturgeon spawn within an 18-km reach in Idaho, river kilometer (rkm) 228.0–246.0. Each autumn and spring Kootenai River white sturgeon follow a short… CONTINUE READING