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Southwest regional approach to data collection on California coastal Salmonids : report of a workshop held August 12-13, 1998, Tiburon California
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    "Numerous California salmonids are listed or proposed for listing under the Endangered Species Act (ESA). The National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS) has management responsibility for those listings and consequently requires quantitative data on abundance and biological characteristics of the fish populations, both for assessing current status and for projecting the future viability of the populations. At present, there is need for coordinated, comprehensive data collection on California coastal salmonids. With this in mind, a workshop was convened in Tiburon, California, by scientists and managers of the NMFS Southwest Regional Office (SWRO) and Southwest Fisheries Science Center (SWFSC). Participants discussed what data collection must be done, by whom, and the resources that will be needed. The emphasis of the meeting was on coho salmon and steelhead; participants acknowledged the need for a future meeting to discuss coastal chinook"--Executive summary.
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