Technical Report

Final Report: Gnat Creek Weir Studies

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  • "Gnat Creek heir, constructed with federal funds and was completed in October 1955. Primary objectives were to quantitatively study fail chinook and silver salmon to: (1) determine the survival, timing, and size of juvenile salmonids resulting from natural spawning; (2) measure the survival of hatchery eared fingerlings and yearlings; (3) determine if a relationship between varying stream flows and adult production existed; and (4) study the juvenile production resulting from various numbers of adults above the weir." (Abstract From Author)
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  • Introduction 1 Description of Stream and Facilities 2 Methods of Collective Data 9 Results 10 Summary and Conclusions 58 Acknowledgements 62 Literature Cited 63
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  • United States Department of the Interior; Fish and Wildlife Service; Bureau of Commercial Fisheries Contract: Operational Studies 14-17-0001-469
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