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"Portraits of eleven British Columbia rivers"--Cover.

Author: Mark Hume

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ISBN: 0921586000

Category: Nature

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"Portraits of eleven British Columbia rivers"--Cover.
1992 By Mark Hume

Upper River Runs : First we will examine the runs to the upper Columbia and
Snake Rivers . Figure 11 shows the estimated total run of spring chinook salmon
entering the Columbia River and destined for these areas . Between 1953 and ...

Author: Frederick Charles Cleaver

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ISBN: UOM:39015009917850

Category: Fisheries

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Captain Heywood says of the tides : – « The tides of the River Plate are far from
being regular , the run of the current being so uncertain in velocity , duration , and
direction . It is , therefore , impossible to base any calculations upon them , so ...

Author: Michael George Mulhall

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ISBN: UOM:39015027990590

Category: Agricultural laws and legislation

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Unless the spawning areas for these fish are preserved and protected , this
wonderful recreation will be lost , because the fish run will be gone . The upper
Salmon River runs through a beautiful mountain country and is ideal for fishing ...

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Interstate and Foreign Commerce

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ISBN: SRLF:A0011499985

Category: Salmon fisheries

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Winter - run steelhead ( Oncorhynchus mykiss ) . In the Trinity River drainage the
initial stages of the winter steelhead run its dominated by small migrants ( "
halfpounders “ ) , which migrate primarily from August through October , with
larger ...

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ISBN: NWU:35556030809636

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Table 3.3-1 provides a listing of fishes currently in the Mokelumne River below
Pardee Dam . Major species are discussed in more detail below . 3.3.1 Chinook
Salmon Fall run chinook salmon ( Oncorhynchus tshawytscha ) is an important ...

Author: United States. Office of Hydropower Licensing

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ISBN: UCR:31210025024801

Category: Fish habitat improvement

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Hero seized him and held his head till I cut his throat , and thenceforth was called
Echo , in memory of his first long run and ... One morning , Nora and Echo
brought the deer down the river on our side , but some hundred rods above the
run ...

Author: William Cowper Prime

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ISBN: UOM:49015000505777

Category: Country life

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The fastest fish during this phase of the run was observed to travel 35 km in one
day ( 1.5 kmph ) . This same individual left the mainstem Willamette and swam 4
km up the Santiam River on day six post - tag / release . One other early - run fish
 ...

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ISBN: UCR:31210018659837

Category: Chinook salmon

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other territory west of the river now discharges either into the old river bed , the
river or Walworth Run . From calculations made , I find that of the 26 and eighty .
two one hundredths square miles of territory within the city limits about fifteen ...

Author: Cleveland (Ohio)

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ISBN: UOM:39015066507065

Category: Cleveland (Ohio)

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After entering the river the spring runs gradually make their way up toward the
upper tributaries . The summer runs proceed more rapidly , a large proportion of
both reaching the very headwaters of the river . The fall run of salmon do not ...

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ISBN: BSB:BSB11330842

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... River Creek or Run of water called Spyt Den Duyvel over which Kings Bridge is
built where the Said River or Creek Empties it Self into the North river on
Westchester Side thereof at Low water mark and So to run along the Said River
Creek ...

Author: New York (State). Legislature. Assembly

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ISBN: COLUMBIA:CU08234108

Category: New York (State)

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On some of the rivers there were accumulations of refuse lumber and slabs ,
which blocked up the bed of the river in some ... which proved destructive to the
run of salmon the ensuing season by taking the grilse or young salmon which
had not ...

Author: Thomas F. Knight

Publisher: Halifax, N.S. : A. Grant

ISBN: HARVARD:HNI3WU

Category: Fisheries

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Shortly after leaving Tyu - Tyndyer , we rejoined the Eureka , which was lying
very snugly in a pretty bend of the river , a few miles lower down , and adjacent to
the run of a Mr. Coghill . The next morning , taking her in tow , the Lady Augusta ...

Author: Arthur KINLOCH

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ISBN: BL:A0018020256

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1856 By Arthur KINLOCH

33. Duval . — Duval county shall be comprehended within a Chap : ? 20 Jan'y
line beginning at the mouth of the Nassau river ; thence up the 1185 , sec . 1 ,
Feb. main stream of said river to the run of Thomas ' swamp ; thence 2088 , Feb.

Author: Florida

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ISBN: STANFORD:36105061857186

Category: Florida

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1892 By Florida

Two salmon , 6 to 8 pounds ; a few silver eels and suckers . 4 , to and including
September 10. A few silver eels . 11. Two salmon , 6 to 8 pounds ; suckers , run
moderate ; a few silver eels . The river has risen since yesterday . 12. Suckers ,
run ...

Author: Massachusetts. Commissioners on Fisheries and Game

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ISBN: HARVARD:HNJ7F1

Category: Fisheries

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Numerous private organizations and local, state, and federal agencies contributed to the program - which was indeed successful - but the emphasis in this book is upon the students, their teachers, and their community as they collectively ...

Author: Sandy Burk

Publisher: McDonald and Woodward Publishing Company

ISBN: 0939923955

Category: Juvenile Nonfiction

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Let the River Run Silver Again is an environmental conservation success story for students ages 10 to 15 and the teachers, parents, and others who mentor them. It is a source of information and insight for those who want to learn about and benefit from the success of others as well as those who are interested in developing environmental restoration programs in their own watershed. The full-color format presents engaging, action-packed photographs along with maps, graphs, and original art that extends the information presented in multiple directions and dimensions. The greater part of the book follows students from one elementary school in Maryland as they take part, over a period of nine years, in a major regional conservation initiative to restore populations of an important fish, the American shad, to the Chesapeake Bay watershed and to allow the shad to breach numerous dams while migrating to many of their former spawning areas. Numerous private organizations and local, state, and federal agencies contributed to the program - which was indeed successful - but the emphasis in this book is upon the students, their teachers, and their community as they collectively committed to the project, followed through with this commitment, and benefited in myriad ways from the success of the project. The narrative of the students' projects is presented in an energetic style, and at a level, that will both engage and inform other readers of the same age. A short section at the end of the book draws upon the insights offered by the students' story while identifying pathways for students and their mentors to the development and implementation of water, wetland, and watershed restoration projects that could be implemented in other locations and circumstances. The students' experience thus serves as a model and inspiration for student or youth-group conservation projects anywhere.
2005 By Sandy Burk

Playwrights who live and also in most parts of Westminster and Pimlico , these
experiments ; —the effluvia was found to lie by palming off plagiarisms from the
French as original cannot run into the river constantly ; for long before along the ...

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ISBN: KBNL:KBNL03000274268

Category: England

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1850 By

PINE - RUN MINES , ( 174 miles from Pittsburgh . ) Situated on the west side of
the river . The first opening was made in the coal of the front hill on the west side
of Pine run in 1850 by John O'Neil . He built a gravity plane and an apron drop ...

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ISBN: UVA:X030789201

Category: Coal

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1884 By

3304 ; thence again towards the north by the and Cloudy Pass ; thence again
towards the south by a said Run No. 330A and Run No. 325A to the Clutha River
; right line over the said Castle Mountain and Cloudy Pass to thence again
towards ...

Author: New Zealand. Parliament. House of Representatives

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ISBN: UCAL:C2685971

Category: New Zealand

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A fine monument , was erected in 1853 , upon the spot which is about å m . from
the river , upon the turnpike in the N. E. verge of the village , and not in view from
the river . Sleepy Hollow Creek , comes in from the N. E. , just above the village .

Author: Joel Munsell

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ISBN: BL:A0017998733

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1859 By Joel Munsell

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