Sensitivity of survival to migration routes used by juvenile Chinook salmon to negotiate the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta

@article{Perry2012SensitivityOS,
  title={Sensitivity of survival to migration routes used by juvenile Chinook salmon to negotiate the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta},
  author={Russell W. Perry and Patricia L. Brandes and Jon R. Burau and A Peter Klimley and Bruce Macfarlane and Cyril J. Michel and John R. Skalski},
  journal={Environmental Biology of Fishes},
  year={2012},
  volume={96},
  pages={381-392}
}
Populations of juvenile salmon emigrating from natal rivers to the ocean must often traverse different migratory pathways that may influence survival. In regulated rivers, migration routes may consist of a network of channels such as in the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta, or of different passage structures at hydroelectric dams (e.g., turbines or spillways). To increase overall survival, management actions in such systems often focus on altering the migration routing of fish to divert them… CONTINUE READING

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