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Sample Design: Okanogan Spring Chinook Spawning Ground Surveys
  • ID: 2666
  • State: Draft
  • Owner: Andrea Pearl
  • Spatial Design Category: Ease of Access
  • Version History: v1.0 Draft (7/20/2017)
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Description

​This sample design supports monitoring of the Okanogan Spring Chinook population, including adult abundance and distribution on the spawning grounds in the Okanogan basin.  

This Work Element address KMQs 1, 2, 6, 7, and 8. 

CCT staff conducts spawning ground surveys including spring Chinook redd counts and carcass collection on the Okanogan tributaries, including Aeneas, Bonaparte, Tunk, Wanacut, Antoine, Tonasket, Loup Loup, Omak, Salmon and Johnson Creeks. Ground surveys are conducted each week from late July to end of September. CCT staff counts redds with location (lat/long coordinates) and recoveries carcasses in tributaries.  Carcasses are sampled for origin, marks, tags, length, sex, genetics, and scales (NOR only).

Objectives:

1. Monitor status and trends of Okanogan spring Chinook (10j population)- spawning escapement 
2. Spatial structure
3. Pre-spawn mortality and egg-retention
3. Proportion of hatchery-origin spawners (pHOS)

Start Year

2018

End Year

Study Design

Chief Joseph Hatchery M&E Program Spring Chinook - Adult Abundance - Redd Surveys v1.0 v1.0

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Area of Inference

Chinook Spring-Summer Interior Columbia Pop. Bound: Okanogan River
HUC4 - Sub Basin: OKANOGAN

AOI Notes

Okanogan spring Chinook population (ESA listed)


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