The Status of Mysis in Oregon Public Deposited

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  • "The success of Mysis introduced in Kootenay Lake, British Columbia, prompted their introduction in many kokanee lakes in the Western states. Oregon introduced Mysis into eleven waters during the period 1965-67. Several states have conducted intensive studies to evaluate Mysis introductions. Many studies have concluded Mysis have had a negative impact on kokanee and zooplankton populations (Rieman and Bowler 1980; Morgan et al. 1978). After an initial documentation that Mysis survived in Wallowa Lake in 1968, they were a forgotten experiment in Oregon until 1986 when it appeared they were contributing to larger kokanee in Wallowa Lake. This report will summarize the current findings in Wallowa Lake and the status of Mysis in other Oregon lakes." (From Introduction)
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