Coastal Rivers Investigations Information Report 70-11: Fish in Coos Bay, Oregon, with Comments on Distribution, Temperature, and Salinity of the Estuary Public Deposited

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Personnel of the OFC and OGC sampled various station of Coos Bay, Oregon to define areas used by several species of fish in the bay. Students at the University of Oregon Institute of Marine Biology sampled main channels with an otter trawl and observed animals on the tide flat. Primary interest was in the distribution of shad and striped bass, but other species dominated catches throughout the sampling period. This report contains the results and a discussion of this information, as well as information from previous reports and observations. This document also includes a table of weekly temperature mean and range at selected stations in Coos Bay for June-October 1970.

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