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The Joint Technical Committee (JTC) of the United States and Canada serves as a scientific advisory body to the Yukon River Panel. The JTC discusses harvest and escapement goals, management trends, postseason reviews and preseason outlooks, and results of cooperative research projects. The report summarizes the status of salmon stocks (Chinook, coho, summer and fall chum salmon) in 2008 with reference to historical data, presents an outlook for the 2009 season, and provides data on the utilization of salmon species by commercial and subsistence (aboriginal) harvests, personal use (domestic) and sport (recreational) fishery. The report further compiles summaries of Yukon River projects (e.g., mark-recapture, sonar,...
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The Joint Technical Committee (JTC) of the United States and Canada serves as a scientific advisory body to the Yukon River Panel. The JTC discusses harvest and escapement goals, management trends, post-season reviews and pre-season outlooks, and results of cooperative research projects. The report summarizes the status of salmon stocks (Chinook, coho, summer and fall chum salmon) in 2006 with reference to historical data, presents an outlook for the 2007 season, and provides data on the utilization of salmon species by commercial and subsistence (aboriginal) harvests, personal use (domestic) and sport (recreational) fishery. The report further compiles summaries of Yukon River projects (e.g., mark-recapture, sonar,...
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Yukon River Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) stocks were assayed for diversity at 34 microsatellite loci to examine stock structure and evaluate mixed-stock analysis (MSA) potential. Laboratories from three agencies, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Department of Fisheries and Oceans Canada, and the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, collaborated in the survey of microsatellite diversity. Each laboratory surveyed a subset of the microsatellite loci. Allele frequencies were subsequently pooled to form a single, joint baseline. Yukon River Chinook salmon stocks are geographically structured, with moderate divergence (FST = 0.044) within and among geographic regions. Using the 10 most powerful loci, accuracy...
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The Joint Technical Committee (JTC) of the United States and Canada serves as a scientific advisory body to the Yukon River Panel. The JTC discusses harvest and escapement goals, management trends, postseason reviews and preseason outlooks, and results of cooperative research projects. The report summarizes the status of salmon stocks (Chinook, coho, summer and fall chum salmon) in 2009 with reference to historical data, presents an outlook for the 2010 season, and provides data on the utilization of salmon species by commercial, subsistence, aboriginal, personal use, domestic and sport/recreational fisheries. The report further compiles summaries of Yukon River projects (e.g., mark-recapture, sonar, stock identification)...


map background search result map search result map Salmon Information Gathering Workshop for the Teslin Tlingit Traditional Territory – June 24-25, 2002 CRE44-02 Biological escapement goal for Anvik River chum salmon Area management report for the recreational fisheries of Anchorage, 2003 Upper Cook Inlet commercial herring and smelt fisheries, 2004 Run timing, migratory patterns, and harvest information of Chinook salmon stocks within the Yukon River. US Fish and Wildlife Service Stock status of coho salmon in upper Cook Inlet: report to the Alaska Board of Fisheries, January 2005 Yukon River salmon 2006 season summary and 2007 season outlook Subsistence and personal use salmon harvests in the Alaska portion of the Yukon River drainage, 2004 Coho and Chinook Salmon Smolt Releases into Cook Inlet, Prince William Sound, and Resurrection Bay, Alaska, 2005 Mark-recapture Abundance Estimates for Yukon River Chinook Salmon in 2000-2004 Yukon River salmon 2008 season summary and 2009 season outlook Yukon River salmon 2009 season summary and 2010 season outlook Angler Harvest Survey: Nares River 2009 Angler Harvest Survey: Bennet Lake 2009 Sonar estimation of Chinook salmon in the Yukon River near Eagle, Alaska, 2005 Operational Plan: Crooked Creek Chinook Salmon Enhancement Project Estimates of Chinook Salmon Passage in the Kenai River Using Split-Beam and Dual-Frequency Identification Sonars, 2010 Angler Harvest Survey: Dezadeash Lake 2013 Operational Plan: Crooked Creek Chinook Salmon Enhancement Project Angler Harvest Survey: Nares River 2009 Angler Harvest Survey: Dezadeash Lake 2013 Area management report for the recreational fisheries of Anchorage, 2003 Angler Harvest Survey: Bennet Lake 2009 Biological escapement goal for Anvik River chum salmon Salmon Information Gathering Workshop for the Teslin Tlingit Traditional Territory – June 24-25, 2002 CRE44-02 Upper Cook Inlet commercial herring and smelt fisheries, 2004 Stock status of coho salmon in upper Cook Inlet: report to the Alaska Board of Fisheries, January 2005 Estimates of Chinook Salmon Passage in the Kenai River Using Split-Beam and Dual-Frequency Identification Sonars, 2010 Coho and Chinook Salmon Smolt Releases into Cook Inlet, Prince William Sound, and Resurrection Bay, Alaska, 2005 Subsistence and personal use salmon harvests in the Alaska portion of the Yukon River drainage, 2004 Run timing, migratory patterns, and harvest information of Chinook salmon stocks within the Yukon River. US Fish and Wildlife Service Mark-recapture Abundance Estimates for Yukon River Chinook Salmon in 2000-2004 Sonar estimation of Chinook salmon in the Yukon River near Eagle, Alaska, 2005 Yukon River salmon 2006 season summary and 2007 season outlook Yukon River salmon 2008 season summary and 2009 season outlook Yukon River salmon 2009 season summary and 2010 season outlook