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  • Wetherbee, J. J.; Oregon. State Game Commission (Oregon Game Commission, 1965)
    "Kokanee were originally stocked in Detroit Reservoir in 11959. This species was introduced in hopes that it would utilize pelagic zoo plankton and provide a more varied sport fishery. The trout fishery in the reservoir ...
  • Williamson, Kenneth J.; Bella, David A.; Oregon State University. Engineering Experiment Station (1975-12)
    "The purpose of this report is to present methods and procedures for monitoring estuarine benthic systems. Emphasis is given to those features of benthic systems of significant ecological importance. While the experience ...
  • Anderson, David M.; Oregon. Dept. of Fish and Wildlife (Oregon Dept. of Fish and Wildlife, 1986-03-21)
    "The fish management plan for the North Umpqua River system (below Soda Springs Dam) is designed to promote effective management of the fish resources in that river. It is prepared to inform interested citizens and agenc ...
  • Locke, Fred E.; Oregon. Game Commission (Oregon State Game Commission, 1947-03)
    "In January 1946 the Oregon State Game Commission authorized a study of Diamond Lake to determine reason for an apparent decline in the size and number of rainbow trout with the object of maintaining a maximum annual yie ...
  • Saltzman, William O.; Oregon. Game Commission (Oregon State Game Commission, 1965-08-01)
    "Kokanee salmon, Oncorhynchus nerka (Walbaum), are well distributed over much of central and eastern Oregon but are relative newcomers to lakes along the Oregon coast. Kokanee were first introduced into coastal waters in ...
  • Breese, Wilbur P.; Oregon State University. Dept. of Fisheries and Wildlife ([Corvallis, Or.] : Dept. of Fisheries and Wildlife, Oregon State University, 1976)
  • Johnson, Donald R.; Jensen, Christopher (1947)
    "The Willamette River has the largest runs of spring chinook salmon of any tributary of the Columbia River rising in Oregon. The run to the Willamette is most unique in that the migrating fish pass up the river through P ...

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