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Sustainable Fisheries Management

Pacific Salmon

Edited by E. Eric Knudsen, Donald McDonald

Contributors: E Eric Knudsen, Jack E Williams, Dudley W. Reiser, Carl Burger, Gordon F Hartman, Kim D Hyatt, David W Narver, Parzival Copes, Jeff Hard, Laurie Weitkamp, Peggy J Busby, Russell F Thurow, Benjamin W Van Alen, James C Woodey, Kathleen Jensen, Peter J Tschaplinski, Kim K Jones, Colin D Levings, Otto E Langer, Hans Radtke, Gilbert Sylvia, W W Smoker, Peter W Lawson, Norma Jean Sands, James G Norris, Steven P Cramer, Ken Shortreed, Kurt L Fresh, Lawrence G Dominguez, C Casipit, James E Doyle, Matthew Booker, Angela Thiessen, Nathaniel S Bingham, Rodney M. Fujita, Michael R Link, James A Lichatowich, James L. Anderson, Neil B. Armantrout, Gary S. Morishima, Ksenia Savvaitova, Fran Ulmer, Michael P. Ramey, John G. Stockner, Stewart Grant, Robert Kope, Thomas C Wainwright, Gregory J Bryant, David Teel, Savvaitova Ksenia, Fern Hietkamp, Melody Farrell, Geoffrey A McMichael, Shannon Davis, Timothy J Linley, Bruce A Bachen, Harold J Geiger, Gary Freitag, James J Anderson, Richard Aho, Mason Bryant, C. Jeff Cederholm, Richard M. Comstock, Max Copenhagen, Paul DeVries, Karl K. English, Tamra Faris, Kurt L. Fresh, Emily Hanson, Allen Harthorn, Jeffrey Hartman, Kenneth Henry, Jeremy M.B. Hume, Jeff Kershner, Steve Kessler, Kirill Kuzishchin, Danny Lee, Steven Leider, Gino Lucchetti, Donald D. MacDonald, Sergei Maximov, Kelly M.S. Moore, Greta Movassaghi, Roger Nichols, Thomas Northcote, Steve Paustian, Cleveland R Steward, Todd N. Pearsons, Guido R. Rahr, Brian E. Riddell, Bruce E. Rieman, Lana Shea, Linda Vane, Shauna M. Whidden

CRC Press – 1999 – 752 pages

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    September 17th 1999

Description

What has happened to the salmon resource in the Pacific Northwest? Who is responsible and what can be done to reverse the decline in salmon populations? The responsibly falls on everyone involved - fishermen, resource managers and concerned citizens alike - to take the steps necessary to ensure that salmon populations make a full recovery.

This collection of papers examines the state of the salmon fisheries in the Pacific Northwest. They cover existing methods and supply model approaches for alternative solutions. The editors stress the importance of input from and cooperation with all parties involved to create a viable solution. Grass roots education and participation is the key to public support - and ultimately the success - of whatever management solutions are developed.

A unique and valuable scientific publication, Sustainable Fisheries Management: Pacific Salmon clearly articulates the current state of the Pacific salmon resource, describes the key features of its management, and provides important guidance on how we can make the transition towards sustainable fisheries. The solutions presented in this book provide the basis of a strategy for sustainable fisheries, requiring society and governmental agencies to establish a shared vision, common policies, and a process for collaborative management.

Reviews

"The book contains… good material that many salmon researchers will want to buy copies… there are some very insightful chapters that should be widely read and could give conservation biologists some of the benefit of the decades of work on salmon. Finally, the book is well produced and the print readable… I commend the editors for bringing together science and policy and moving the debate on salmon conservation forward with this volume."

-COPEIA, no.4, December 20, 2001

Contents

NEEDS AND VALUES FOR SUSTAINABLE FISHERIES

Setting the Stage for Sustainable Pacific Salmon Fisheries Strategy, E.E. Knudsen, D.D. MacDonald, and C.R. Steward

The Needs of Salmon and Steelhead in Balancing Their Conservation and Use, C.V. Burger

Science and Management in Sustainable Salmonid Fisheries: The Ball is Not in Our Court, G.F. Hartman, C. Groot, and T. G. Northcote

The Importance of "Stock" Conservation Definitions to the Concept of Sustainable Fisheries, K.D. Hyatt and B.E. Riddell

The Elements of Alaska's Sustainable Fisheries, F. Ulmer

Review of Salmon Management in British Columbia: What Has the Past Taught Us? D.W. Narver

Aboriginal Fishing Rights and Salmon Management in British Colombia: Matching Historical Justice with the Public Interest, P. Copes

STOCK STATUS

The Status of Anadromous Salmonids: Lessons in Our Search for Sustainability, J.E. Williams

Endangered Species Act Review of the Status of Pink Salmon From Washington, Oregon, and California, J.J. Hard, R.G. Kope, and W.S. Grant

Review of the Status of Coho Salmon from Washington, Oregon, and California, L. Weitkamp, T.C. Wainwright, G.J. Byrant, D.J. Teel, and R.G. Kope

Status Review of Steelhead from Washington, Idaho, Oregon, and California, P.J. Busby, T.C. Wainwright, and G.J. Bryant

Status and Distribution of Chinook Salmon and Steelhead in the Interior Columbia River Basin and Portions of the Klamath River Basin, R.F. Thurow, D.C. Lee, and B.E. Rieman

Status and Stewardship of Salmon Stocks in Southeast Alaska, B.W. Van Alen

Kamchatka Steelhead: Population Trends and Life History Variation, K.A. Savvaitova, K.V. Kuzischin, and S.V. Maximov

EXISTING MANAGEMENT

International Management of Fraser River Sockeye Salmon, J.C. Woodey

The History and Status of Pacific Northwest Chinook and Coho Salmon Ocean Fisheries and Prospects for Sustainability, G.S. Morishima and K.A. Henry

Managing Pacific Salmon Escapements: The Gaps Between Theory and Reality, E.E. Knudsen

Research Programs and Stock Status for Salmon in Three Transboundary Rivers: the Stikine, Taku, and Alsek, K. Jensen

HABITAT ASSESSMENT

The Effects of Forest Harvesting, Fishing, Climate Variation, and Ocean Conditions on Salmonid Populations of Carnation Creek, Vancouver Island, British Columbia, P.J. Tschaplinski

Habitat Assessment in Coastal Basins in Oregon: Implications for Coho Salmon Production and Habitat Restoration, K.K. Jones and K.M.S. Moore

An Overview Assessment of Compensation and Mitigation Techniques Used to Assist Fish Habitat Management in British Columbia Estuaries, C.D. Levings

Human Population Growth and Sustainability of Urban Salmonid Streams in the Lower Fraser Valley, O.E. Langer, F. Hietkamp, and M. Farrell

ARTIFICIAL PRODUCTION

Minimizing Ecological Impacts of Hatchery-Reared Juvenile Steelhead on Wild Salmonids in a Yakima Basin Watershed, G.A. McMichael, T.N. Pearsons, and S.A. Leider

Economic Feasibility of Salmon Enhancement Propagation Programs, H.D. Radtke and S. W. Davis

The New Order in Global Salmon Markets and Aquaculture Development: Implications for Watershed-Based Management in the Pacific Northwest, G. Sylvia, J.L. Anderson, and E. Hanson

Alaska Ocean Ranching Contributions to Sustainable Fisheries, W.W. Smoker, B.A. Bachen, G. Freitag, H.J. Geiger, and T.J. Linley

MODELING APPROACHES

The Proportional Migration Selective Fishery Model, P. W. Lawson and R.M. Comstock

A Simulation Model to Assess Management and Allocation Alternative in Multi-Stock Pacific Salmon Fisheries, N.J. Sands and J. Hartman

Defining Equivalent Exploitation Rate Reduction Policies for Endangered Salmons and Stocks, J.G. Norris

Decadel Climate Cycles and Declining Columbia River Salmon, J.J. Anderson

The Effect of Environmentally Driven Recruitment Variation on Sustainable Yield From Salmon Populations, S.P. Cramer

Using Photosynthetic Rates to Estimate the Juvenile Sockeye Salmon Rearing Capacity of British Columbia Lakes, K.S. Shortreed, J.M.B. Hume, and J.G. Stockner

HABITAT PROTECTION AND RESTORATION

Protecting and Restoring the Habitats of Anadromous Salmonids in the Lake Washington Watershed, an Urbanizing Ecosystem, K.L. Fresh and G. Luchetti

Rehabilitating Stream Channels Using Large Woody Debris with Considerations for Salmonid Life History and Fluvial Geomorphic Processes, L.G. Domingues and C.J. Cederholm

Development of Options for the Reintroduction and Restoration of Chinook Salmon into Panther Creek, Idaho, D.W. Reiser, M.P. Ramey, and P. Devries

Effectiveness of Current Anadromous Fish Habitat Protection Procedures for the Tongass National Forest, Alaska, C.H. Casipit, J. Kershner, T. Faris, S. Kessler, S. Paustian, L. Shea, M. Copenhagen, M. Bryant, and R. Aho

Using Watershed Analysis to Plan and Evaluate Habitat Restoration, N.B. Armantrout

Watershed Restoration in Deer Creek, Washington - A Ten-Year Review, J.E. Doyle, G. Movassaghi, M. Fischer, and R. Nichols

Integrating History into the Restoration of Coho Salmon in Siuslaw River, Oregon, M. Booker

TOWARDS SUSTAINABILITY

Community Education and Cooperation Determine Success in Watershed Restoration: The Asotin Creek Model Watershed Plan, A. Thiessen and L. Vane

Spring-Run Chinook Salmon Work Group: A Cooperative Approach to Watershed Management in California, N. Bingham and A. Harthtorne

Creating Incentives for Salmon Conservation, R.M. Fujita and T. Foran

Long-Term Sustainable Monitoring of Pacific Salmon Populations Using Fishwheels to Integrate Harvesting, Management and Research, M.R. Link and K.K. English

Sanctuaries for Pacific Salmon, J.A. Lichatowich, G.R. Rahr, III, S.M. Whidden, and C.R. Steward

One Northwest Community - People, Salmon, Rivers, and the Sea: Towards Sustainable Fisheries, D.D. MacDonald, C.R .Steward, and E.R. Knudsen

INDEX

Name: Sustainable Fisheries Management: Pacific Salmon (Hardback)CRC Press 
Description: Edited by E. Eric Knudsen, Donald McDonaldContributors: E Eric Knudsen, Jack E Williams, Dudley W. Reiser, Carl Burger, Gordon F Hartman, Kim D Hyatt, David W Narver, Parzival Copes, Jeff Hard, Laurie Weitkamp, Peggy J Busby, Russell F Thurow, Benjamin W Van Alen, James C Woodey, Kathleen Jensen, Peter J Tschaplinski, Kim K Jones, Colin D Levings, Otto E Langer, Hans Radtke, Gilbert Sylvia, W W Smoker, Peter W Lawson, Norma Jean Sands, James G Norris, Steven P Cramer, Ken Shortreed, Kurt L Fresh, Lawrence G Dominguez, C Casipit, James E Doyle, Matthew Booker, Angela Thiessen, Nathaniel S Bingham, Rodney M. Fujita, Michael R Link, James A Lichatowich, James L. Anderson, Neil B. Armantrout, Gary S. Morishima, Ksenia Savvaitova, Fran Ulmer, Michael P. Ramey, John G. Stockner, Stewart Grant, Robert Kope, Thomas C Wainwright, Gregory J Bryant, David Teel, Savvaitova Ksenia, Fern Hietkamp, Melody Farrell, Geoffrey A McMichael, Shannon Davis, Timothy J Linley, Bruce A Bachen, Harold J Geiger, Gary Freitag, James J Anderson, Richard Aho, Mason Bryant, C. Jeff Cederholm, Richard M. Comstock, Max Copenhagen, Paul DeVries, Karl K. English, Tamra Faris, Kurt L. Fresh, Emily Hanson, Allen Harthorn, Jeffrey Hartman, Kenneth Henry, Jeremy M.B. Hume, Jeff Kershner, Steve Kessler, Kirill Kuzishchin, Danny Lee, Steven Leider, Gino Lucchetti, Donald D. MacDonald, Sergei Maximov, Kelly M.S. Moore, Greta Movassaghi, Roger Nichols, Thomas Northcote, Steve Paustian, Cleveland R Steward, Todd N. Pearsons, Guido R. Rahr, Brian E. Riddell, Bruce E. Rieman, Lana Shea, Linda Vane, Shauna M. Whidden. What has happened to the salmon resource in the Pacific Northwest? Who is responsible and what can be done to reverse the decline in salmon populations? The responsibly falls on everyone involved - fishermen, resource managers and concerned citizens...
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