Title page for ETD etd-04142009-040811


Type of Document Master's Thesis
Author Killinger, Gregory M.
URN etd-04142009-040811
Title Movement and survival of chinook salmon fry stocked in a stream with natural barriers to anadromous fish migration
Degree Master of Science
Department Fisheries and Wildlife Sciences
Advisory Committee
Advisor Name Title
Dolloff, C. Andrew Committee Chair
Helfrich, Louis A. Committee Member
Ney, John J. Committee Member
Keywords
  • Chinook salmon
Date of Defense 1994-09-23
Availability restricted
Abstract

This study examined the movement, habitat utilization, growth, and survival of hatchery incubated chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshavvytscha) fry stocked above a barrier falls on the Indian River, Chichagof Island, southeast Alaska. The Indian River contained significant potential salmonid rearing habitat, but was devoid of anadromous fish upstream of the barrier falls near tidewater. Approximately 50,000 and 260,000 chinook fry were stocked into Indian River in 1986 and 1988, respectively. The stream was divided into reaches which were stocked with equal numbers of fry. In 1988, fry also were stocked into beaver ponds connected to the stream. Each group of fry contained coded-wire tagged individuals, identified by stocking location.

Fry movement was almost entirely downstream, with a substantial emigration during a spring flood immediately after the 1988 stocking. Most emigrating fry had been stocked in the lower stream section.

Files
  Filename       Size       Approximate Download Time (Hours:Minutes:Seconds) 
 
 28.8 Modem   56K Modem   ISDN (64 Kb)   ISDN (128 Kb)   Higher-speed Access 
[VT] LD5655.V855_1994.K555.pdf 5.78 Mb 00:26:46 00:13:46 00:12:03 00:06:01 00:00:30
[BTD] next to an author's name indicates that all files or directories associated with their ETD are accessible from the Virginia Tech campus network only.

Browse All Available ETDs by ( Author | Department )

dla home
etds imagebase journals news ereserve special collections
virgnia tech home contact dla university libraries

If you have questions or technical problems, please Contact DLA.