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Abstract: The SCVWD biologists believe, given the appropriate funding to trap during the entire expected migration window, that utilizing the trapping methodologies described below would be an effective way to develop an index to help determine the status and health of the salmonid fishery in the Guadalupe River Watershed. -- Cover letter. Table of Contents: Chinook adult upmigrant trapping efforts -- Juvenile outmigrant trapping efforts -- Figures and tables.
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Chinook salmon--California--Santa Clara County Guadalupe River Coyote Creek
Guadalupe River (Calif.) Coyote Creek
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