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Northwest Fishery Resource Bulletin

The Northwest Fishery Resource Bulletin presents the results of investigations carried out by the Washington Dept. of Fish and Wildlife, Western Washington Treaty Tribes, and/or the Northwest Indian Fisheries Commission that are deemed of sufficient interest to be made available to the scientific community and the public.

The Project Report Series is designed to report on the results of research and data collection projects or significant work in progress that may have immediate useful applications.

The contents of this report may be reprinted with the permission of the authors. Reference to the source is requested.

Project Report Series No. 1:
Puget Sound Chinook (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) Escapement Estimates and Methods – 1991.
Project Report Series No. 2:
The Effect of Decreasing Sample Size on the Precision of GSI Stock Composition Estimates for Chinook Salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) Using Data from the Washington Coastal and Strait of Juan de Fuca Troll Fisheries in 1989-90.
Project Report Series No. 3:
Dungeness River Chinook Salmon Rebuilding Project Progress Report 1992-1993.
Project Report Series No. 4:
A Comparison of Summer Stream Temperatures in Unmanaged and Managed Sub-basins of Washington’s Western Olympic Peninsula.
Project Report Series No. 5:
Conversion Equations Between Fork Length and Total Length for Chinook Salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha).
Project Report Series No. 6:
Coho Salmon Escapement to the Skagit River Estimated Using a Mark Recapture Method: 1986.
Project Report Series No. 7:
Coho Salmon Escapement to the Skagit River Estimated Using a Mark Recapture Method: 1987.
Project Report Series No. 8:
Coho Salmon Escapement to the Skagit River Estimated Using a Mark Recapture Method: 1988.
Project Report Series No. 9:
Coho Salmon Escapement to the Skagit River Estimated Using a Mark Recapture Method: 1989.
Project Report Series No. 10:
Use of a Rotary Screwtrap to Monitor the Out migration of Chinook Salmon Smolts from the Nooksack River: 1994-1998.
Project Report Series No. 11:
Coho Salmon Escapement to the Skagit River Estimated Using a Mark Recapture Method: 1990.
Project Report Series No. 12:
Analysis of Coho Salmon Double Index (DIT) Data for the Brood Years 1995-1997.
Manuscript Series Report No. 1:
Estimating the Harvest of Salmon by the Marine Sport Fishery in Puget Sound: Evaluation and Recommendations.
Manuscript Report Series No. 2:
Assessment of Two Methods for Estimating Total Chinook Salmon Encounters in Puget Sound/Strait of Juan de Fuca Mark Selective Chinook Fisheries
Data Report Series No. 1 (~36MB):
Salmon Smolt Catch by a Rotary Screwtrap Operated in the Nooksack River: 1994-1999.