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Observations on the accuracy of redd counting techniques used in the Columbia Basin
|Statement||Matthew Schwartzberg, Phillip B. Roger.|
|Series||Technical report / Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission -- 86-2., Technical report (Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission) -- 86-2.|
|Contributions||Roger, Phillip B., Columbia River Inter-Tribal Fish Commission.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||17 leaves :|
|Number of Pages||17|
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AL-CHOKHACHY ET AL. TABLE 1.—Methodologies used to estimate the number of bull trout per redd in the Columbia River basin and corresponding estimates.
The average of these ﬁve values ( spawners/redd) was used to expand redd count data for comparison with population estimates from mark–resight data. both sources of data probably contained large estimation or observation errors.
In particular, redd counts varied signiﬁcantly among observers in replicate counting trials. Observer counts ranged between 28% and % of the best estimates of actual redd numbers. Counting errors included both omissions and false identiﬁcations.
The expansion of redd counts to a spawner abundance estimate typically involve multiplying the redd count by a fish per redd (FPR) value. While considerable effort and resources are used to generate an estimate of redd abundance, FPR values often lack a similar level of scientific rigor (Murdoch, Pearsons, & Maitland, ).Author: Andrew R.
Murdoch, Charles H. Frady, Michael S. Hughes, Kevin See. The abundance of the spring–summer Observations on the accuracy of redd counting techniques used in the Columbia Basin book Salmon population in Johnson Creek, Idaho, has been measured using a mark–recapture survey and three different redd count surveys.
intended to use secondary data already available at national level. • The inclusion of degradation in a REDD agreement should permit ˚exibility in the development and application of methodologies, allowing countries to build on their existing capacities and circumstances.
Measuring and monitoring forest degradation for REDD. 4.) Accuracy of extrapolating redd count data to bull trout population estimates should be measured. 5.) Distribution of brook trout, and their interaction and hybridization with bull trout in the Twisp River should be monitored.
Acknowledgements The Mid-Columbia PUDs graciously provided valuable information on the tagged fish in. Fish counts, using the area-under-the-curve (AUC) escapement model, rely on an accurate estimate of the average time live fish spend in the survey area (known as survey life Author: Michael Sparkman.
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Spawning Behavior of Trout and Utility of Redd Counts 1. Spawning Behavior of Trout and Utility of Redd Counts Spring Creek Chapter of TU October Bob Carline U.S. Geological Survey (retired) 2. Spawning Behavior of Trout Male brown trout are readily recognized by a hooked jaw, often called a kype.
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Through the case of salmon population science in the Columbia River Basin, this article explores how political mobilizations can sometimes use quantitative analysis of populations in unexpected ways. In the Columbia River, both Observations on the accuracy of redd counting techniques used in the Columbia Basin book counting and such controversial concepts as carrying capacity have served as tools not only for conservation advocacy but also, at times, Author: Heather Anne Swanson.
Estimate precision and accuracy of redd counts wherever these counts are used to estimate spawning escapements. This work could be conducted within smaller watersheds within the three basins. There also needs to be research on the number of redds per female and estimates of fish/redd which are used to estimate spawning escapements.
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