The Persistence and Characteristics of Chinook Salmon Migrations to the Upper Klamath River Prior to Exclusion by Dams
Title: The Persistence and Characteristics of Chinook Salmon Migrations to the Upper Klamath River Prior to Exclusion by Dams Category: Academic Article File: Hamilton-et-al_2016_0045_The-Persistence-and-Char-of-salmon-migrations.pdf Updated Date: 04.01.2017 Author(s)/Source(s): John B. Hamilton, Dennis W. Rondorf, William R. Tinniswood, Ryan J. Leary, Tim Mayer, Charleen Gavette, and Lynne A. Casal Publication Date: 2016 Focal Topic: Salmon, Upper Klamath Location: Upper Klamath Watershed Code: 18010206
Historical review substantiates the historical persistence of salmon, their migration characteristics, and the broad population baseline that will be key to future commercial, recreational, and Tribal fisheries in the
Upper Klamath River and beyond.
fall chinoo, spring run chinook, iron gate reservoir