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2012-2013 Annual Salmon, Steelhead, and Bull Trout Report: Puyallup/White River Watershed Water Resource Inventory Area 10

By • Jan 28th, 2014 • Category: Tribal Technical Reports

2012-2013  Annual Salmon, Steelhead,  and Bull Trout Report:  Puyallup/White River Watershed  Water Resource Inventory Area 10

Eric L. Marks, Russell C. Ladley, Blake E. Smith, Terry G. Sebastian; Fisheries Division, Puyallup Tribe of Indians. 2012-2013  Annual Salmon, Steelhead,  and Bull Trout Report:  Puyallup/White River Watershed  Water Resource Inventory Area 10.

The information and spawning data contained within this report is not all inclusive of the entire …



2011-2012 Annual Salmon, Steelhead, and Bull Trout Report: Puyallup/White River Watershed Water Resource Inventory Area 10

By • Jan 28th, 2014 • Category: Tribal Technical Reports

2011-2012  Annual Salmon, Steelhead,  and Bull Trout Report:  Puyallup/White River Watershed  Water Resource Inventory Area 10

Eric L. Marks, Russell C. Ladley, Blake E. Smith, Terry G. Sebastian; Fisheries Division, Puyallup Tribe of Indians. 2011-2012  Annual Salmon, Steelhead,  and Bull Trout Report:  Puyallup/White River Watershed  Water Resource Inventory Area 10.

The information and spawning data contained within this report is not all inclusive of the entire …



2010-2011 Annual Salmon, Steelhead, and Bull Trout Report: Puyallup/White River Watershed Water Resource Inventory Area 10

By • Jan 28th, 2014 • Category: Tribal Technical Reports

2010-2011  Annual Salmon, Steelhead,  and Bull Trout Report:  Puyallup/White River Watershed  Water Resource Inventory Area 10

Eric L. Marks, Russell C. Ladley, Blake E. Smith, Terry G. Sebastian; Fisheries Division, Puyallup Tribe of Indians. 2010-2011  Annual Salmon, Steelhead,  and Bull Trout Report:  Puyallup/White River Watershed  Water Resource Inventory Area 10.

The information and spawning data contained within this report is not all inclusive of the entire …



Clam population variability within a Puget Sound bivalve management region

By • May 15th, 2013 • Category: Tribal Technical Reports

J.S. Barber, T. Mitchell, J. Gibson, T. Hoyopatubbi, T. Gobert, A. Ferderer. 2012. Clam population variability within a Puget Sound bivalve management region. Swinomish Indian Tribal Community Technical Report #SWIN-TR-2012-01. 32 pp.

Abstract

Puget Sound beaches support extensive recreational and commercial shellfisheries that are of significant economic, cultural, and ecological value. In order to best co-manage bivalve resources, state and tribal managers divide public tidelands into …