Sacramento River Fall-run Production
datasetposted on 30.03.2018 by Lauren Yamane, Louis Botsford, David Kilduff
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This data set contains yearly production values (estimated escapement abundances plus in-river and ocean harvests) of Sacramento River Fall-run Chinook salmon for 1952-2010. The Sacramento River Fall-run Chinook is an aggregate stock consisting of five populations associated with different tributaries of the Sacramento River: Battle Creek, the Sacramento River mainstem, Feather River, Yuba River, and American River. Data were previously available as part of the Central Valley ChinookProd data set, maintained by the US Fish and Wildlife Service Anadromous Fish Restoration Program (https://www.fws.gov/lodi/anadromous_fish_restoration/afrp_index.htm). These specific data are no longer available online, but are presented here in the format used for analyses in the manuscript. Note that analyzed data includes years 1957-2010.