Modelling the future hydroclimatology of the lower Fraser River and its impacts on the spawning migration survival of sockeye salmon

Record Type
Journal Articles
Full Title
Modelling the future hydroclimatology of the lower Fraser River and its impacts on the spawning migration survival of sockeye salmon
Author(s)
Hague M, Ferrari M, Miller J, Patterson D, Russell G, Farrell A, Hinch S
Publication Title
GLOBAL CHANGE BIOLOGY
Publication Title (abbreviated)
GLOBAL CHANGE BIOL
Publication Date
2011 Jan
DOI
10.1111/j.1365-2486.2010.02225.x
ISSN
1354-1013
Volume
17
Issue
1
Page Count
12
First Page
87
Last Page
98
Keyword(s)
Biodiversity & Conservation, Environmental Sciences & Ecology, aerobic scope, Fraser River, Oncorhynchus nerka, spawning migration, temperature thresholds, WESTERN NORTH-AMERICA, SPRING CHINOOK SALMON, EN-ROUTE MORTALITY, EUROPEAN SEA BASS, ONCORHYNCHUS-NERKA, CLIMATE-CHANGE, BRITISH-COLUMBIA, SWIMMING PERFORMANCE, THERMAL TOLERANCE, WATER TEMPERATURE
Citation
Hague M, Ferrari M, Miller J, Patterson D, Russell G, Farrell A, Hinch S. Modelling the future hydroclimatology of the lower Fraser River and its impacts on the spawning migration survival of sockeye salmon. GLOBAL CHANGE BIOL. 2011;17 (1):87-98.
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