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Coho salmon and steelhead trout of JDSFAuthor(s): Peter Cafferata; Karen Walton; Weldon Jones
Source: Jackson Demonstration State Forest Newsletter, No. 32, January 1989, p. 1-7.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionSpawning and rearing habitat for anadromous fish is the dominant use of Jackson Demonstration State Forest's (JDSF) many miles of streams. Both coho (silver) salmon and steelhead migrate from the ocean up our rivers in the fall and winter to spawn. About 90 miles of the Forest's streams have been classified as habitat for these fish.
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CitationCafferata, Peter; Walton, Karen; Jones, Weldon. 1989. Coho salmon and steelhead trout of JDSF. Jackson Demonstration State Forest Newsletter, No. 32, January 1989, p. 1-7.
KeywordsPSW4351, Caspar Creek, watershed, stream, spawning, coho salmon, steelhead, JDSF
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