|Other titles||SASSI 1992|
|Statement||Washington Department of Fisheries and Washington Department of Wildlife.|
|Contributions||Washington (State). Dept. of Fisheries., Washington (State). Dept. of Wildlife.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 580 p. :|
|Number of Pages||580|
We review a recent study by the Washington State Departments of Fisheries and Wildlife and the Western Washington Treaty Indian Tribes, which presented an initial wild salmon and steelhead stock status inventory. The Salmon and Steelhead Stock Inventory (SASS!) was the first attempt at a comprehensive, statewide inventory for these species and Cited by: 7. Appendix E shows the status of salmonid populations in greater detail, by river and state. The summary for Washington State relies on the " Washington State Salmon and Steelhead Stock Inventory" (SASSI) report (WDF et al. ) and on more recent information provided by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW). This document focuses on all Stillaguamish stocks identified in the Washington State Salmon and Steelhead Stock Inventory (SASSI): chinook, coho, chum, and pink salmon, steelhead, and bull trout. Searun cutthroat and sockeye salmon are also discussed. The SASSI. Washington State Conservation Commission, Lacey, WA. 98p. Salmonid Stock Inventory [SaSI]. Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. Olympia, WA. Washington Department of Fisheries, Washington Department of Wildlife, and Western Washington Indian Tribes. Washington State Salmon and Steelhead Stock Inventory. Appendices.
The Salmon and Steelhead Habitat Inventory and Assessment Program (SSHIAP) supports a spatial data system that characterizes salmonid habitat conditions and distribution of salmonid stocks in Washington at the scale of , Washington Department of Fisheries, Washington Department of Wildlife, and Western Washington Treaty In-dian Tribes. Washington State Salmon and Steelhead Stock Inventory. Olympia, Washington. The Wilderness Society. Pacific salmon and federal lands, a regional analysis. The Wilderness Society, Washington, DC. Google ScholarCited by: © State of Washington. Powered By. By 75% of the state was covered by federal listings of at-risk salmon. Washington's State of the Salmon in Watershed Report provided an overview of which salmon and steelhead populations are increasing, decreasing or showing no changes.
In , the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife (WDFW) and the western Washington Treaty Indian Tribes began the Wild Stock Restoration Initiative (WSRI) to catalog and inventory salmon and steelhead stocks for the purposes of determining their population status and extinction risk. Wenatchee River subbasin salmon and steelhead production plan. Washington Department of Fisheries (WDF), Washington Department of Wildlife, and Western Washington Treaty Indian Tribes. Washington State salmon and steelhead stock inventory (SASSI). Olympia 93 p. plus appendices. Winans, G. A. the circumstance with salmon and steelhead. Consequently, readers familiar with the Washington State Salmon and Steelhead Stock Inventory (WDF et al., ) will note reduced discussion and presentation of hatchery information in this stock inventory. Since the early s the health of native char stocks in the state has been a priority. C. Stock Analysis / Rebuilding / Recovery • Washington State Salmon and Steelhead Stock Inventory (SASSI). WDFW and Washington Tribes. • Dungeness Chinook Acclimation Ponds / Chinook Broodstock Program. present. Jobs in the Woods (BIA), Jamestown S'Klallam Tribe. • Dungeness Chinook Captive Broodstock Program. present.