Using an unplanned experiment to evaluate the effects of hatcheries and environmental variation on threatened populations of wild salmon

@inproceedings{Buhle2009UsingAU,
  title={Using an unplanned experiment to evaluate the effects of hatcheries and environmental variation on threatened populations of wild salmon},
  author={Eric R. Buhle and Kirstin K. Holsman and Mark D Scheuerell and Andrew Albaugh},
  year={2009}
}
0006-3207/$ see front matter Published by Elsevier doi:10.1016/j.biocon.2009.05.013 * Corresponding author. Tel.: +1 206 861 7617; fax E-mail addresses: eric.buhle@noaa.gov (E.R. Buhl (K.K. Holsman), mark.scheuerell@noaa.gov (M.D. Sc noaa.gov (A. Albaugh). Efforts to conserve depleted populations of Pacific salmon (Oncorhynchus spp.) often rely on hatchery programs to offset losses of fish from natural and anthropogenic causes, but their use has been contentious. We examined the impact of a… CONTINUE READING
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