Fishes Of The Salish Sea

Author: Theodore W. Pietsch
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Infectious Diseases Of Fishes In The Salish Sea

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ABSTRACT: As in marine regions throughout other areas of the world, fishes in the Salish Sea serve as hosts for many pathogens, including nematodes, trematodes, protozoans, protists, bacteria, viruses, and crustaceans. Here, we review some of the better‐documented infectious diseases that likely contribute to significant losses among free‐ranging fishes in the Salish Sea and discuss the environmental and ecological factors that may affect the population‐level impacts of disease. Demonstration of these diseases and their impacts to critical and endangered resources provides justification to expand pathogen surveillance efforts and to incorporate disease forecasting and mitigation tools into ecosystem restoration efforts.

Field Guide To Freshwater Fishes Of Virginia

Author: Paul E. Bugas, Jr.
Editor: Johns Hopkins University Press
ISBN: 1421433052
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, snout shape, pigment patterns, mouth morphology); descriptions of Virginia's freshwater habitats ; examples of incredible fish spawning and feeding behavior; tips on observing fish in the wild and in captivity; a chapter on the taxonomy of family and common names of the fish species most common throughout Virginia; up-to-date fish distribution maps; a complete glossary of termsProviding a fascinating foray into the wonders of the Commonwealth's swimmers, Field Guide to Freshwater Fishes of Virginia will appeal to scientists, naturalists, teachers, native fish aquarists, students, anglers, and fish collectors.

The Nature Of Borders

Author: Lissa K. Wadewitz
Editor: University of Washington Press
ISBN: 0295804238
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For centuries, borders have been central to salmon management customs on the Salish Sea, but how those borders were drawn has had very different effects on the Northwest salmon fishery. Native peoples who fished the Salish Sea--which includes Puget Sound in Washington State, the Strait of Georgia in British Columbia, and the Strait of Juan de Fuca--drew social and cultural borders around salmon fishing locations and found ways to administer the resource in a sustainable way. Nineteenth-century Euro-Americans, who drew the Anglo-American border along the forty-ninth parallel, took a very different approach and ignored the salmon's patterns and life cycle. As the canned salmon industry grew and more people moved into the region, class and ethnic relations changed. Soon illegal fishing, broken contracts, and fish piracy were endemic--conditions that contributed to rampant overfishing, social tensions, and international mistrust. The Nature of Borders is about the ecological effects of imposing cultural and political borders on this critical West Coast salmon fishery. This transnational history provides an understanding of the modern Pacific salmon crisis and is particularly instructive as salmon conservation practices increasingly approximate those of the pre-contact Native past. The Nature of Borders reorients borderlands studies toward the Canada-U.S. border and also provides a new view of how borders influenced fishing practices and related management efforts over time. Watch the book trailer: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7ffLPgtCYHA&feature=channel_video_title

Explore The Salish Sea

Author: Joseph K. Gaydos
Editor: Sasquatch Books
ISBN: 1632173670
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Filled with beautiful photography and engaging text, Explore the Salish Sea inspires children to explore the unique marine ecosystem that encompasses the coastal waters from Seattle's Puget Sound up to the Strait of Juan de Fuca and the Georgia Strait of British Columbia. Discover the Salish Sea and learn about its vibrant ecosystem in this engaging non-fiction narrative that inspires outdoor exploration. Filled with full-color photography, this book covers wildlife habitats, geodiversity, intertidal and subtidal sea life, and highlights what is unique to this Pacific Northwest ecosystem.

The Salish Sea

Author: Audrey Delella Benedict
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ISBN: 1570619859
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Fashioned by the violent volcanism of the Pacific Rim of Fire, plate tectonics, and the sculptural magic wrought by Ice Age glaciers, the Salish Sea straddles the western border between Canada and the United States and is connected to the Pacific Ocean primarily through the Strait of Juan de Fuca. This wondrous watery world has its beginnings high in the landscape, where rivulets of melting snow nourish the cascading streams, rivers, and mountains that surround it. The Salish Sea is fed by the almost constant influx of freshwater from British Columbia's Fraser River and thousands of smaller rivers and streams on both sides of the border. The mixing of freshwater and salt water provides the essential building blocks for the region's extraordinary biodiversity. This fascinating visual journey through the Salish Sea combines a scientist's inquiring mind, dramatic photographs, and a lively narrative of compelling stories, all of which impart a sense of wonder for this intricate marine ecosystem and the life that it sustains.

Islands In The Salish Sea

Author: Sheila Harrington
Editor: TouchWood Editions
ISBN: 9781894898324
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Gorgeous, fascinating and unconventional, the maps in this collection show aspects of the Gulf Islands, the 'Islands in the Salish Sea', that are most beloved by the residents, from heritage orchards, fishing spots and patches of endangered wild orchids to ancient First Nations' sites and bird colonies. The community on each island decided what elements should be depicted, and local artists then created each of the magnificent and wildly different maps. This volume is a treasure-trove of cherished information that could have been lost, presented with imagination and great beauty. The Islands in the Salish Sea Community Mapping Project was coordinated by Sheila Harrington and Judi Stevenson, who live on Saltspring Island.

Federal Register

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Interior Environment And Related Agencies Appropriations For 2014 Public Witnesses April 16 2013 Public Witnesses April 17 2013 American Indian And Alaska Native Witnesses April 25 2013 Written Testimony From Individuals And Organizations

Author: United States. Congress. House. Committee on Appropriations. Subcommittee on Interior, Environment, and Related Agencies
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Fishery Bulletin

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Ocean Outbreak

Author: Drew Harvell
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ISBN: 0520382986
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There is a growing crisis in our oceans: mysterious outbreaks of infectious disease are on the rise. Marine epidemics can cause mass die-offs of wildlife from the bottom to the top of food chains, impacting the health of ocean ecosystems as well as lives on land. Portending global environmental disaster, ocean outbreaks are fueled by warming seas, sewage dumping, unregulated aquaculture, and drifting plastic. Ocean Outbreak follows renowned scientist Drew Harvell and her colleagues into the field as they investigate how four iconic marine animals--corals, abalone, salmon, and starfish--have been devastated by disease. Based on over twenty years of research, this firsthand account of the sometimes gradual, sometimes exploding impact of disease on our ocean's biodiversity ends with solutions and a call to action. Only through policy changes and the implementation of innovative solutions from nature can we reduce major outbreaks, save some ocean ecosystems, and protect our fragile environment.

Reef Nets In The Salish Sea

Author: Mark Shintaffer
Editor: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
ISBN: 9781719372558
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The Straits Salish Indians of the San Juan and Straits of Georgia's islands were using an advanced technique to catch sockeye salmon hundreds of years ago; probably before Columbus, Vespucci, Bering, Drake and other European explorers were even born. That technique survives today and is considered to be one of the most environmentally sensitive of all the methods of catching fish. The indigenous peoples we now know as the Lummi, the Samish, the Semiahmoo, the Sooke, the Songish, and the Saanich, were a distinct group particularly distinguished by their invention of, and use of, an ingenious apparatus known today as the reef net; an apparatus especially designed to catch the elusive sockeye salmon. This book tells the story of the reef net as invented by an unknown genius among the Straits Salish peoples of hundreds of years ago. This book is also an attempt to examine the lessons to be learned from the past and their potential for informing the future; what can we learn from the past to enhance our approach to the future? The lessons of the reef net include respect for a people capable of developing an advanced technology based on the natural world they lived in. The lessons of the reef net lead to an increased respect for the environment. The lessons of the reef net include material for reflection about the value of self-reliance and an entrepreneurial spirit. The lessons of the reef net have much to teach about the value of community and people working in a common cause. Invented hundreds of years ago, the reef net is still in use today. According to the Washington State Department of Fish and Wildlife: "The term, selective fishing, has been used to describe any of several fishing gears and management objectives, yet at its most basic definition a selective fishery is one in which by catch (the capture of undesired species) is avoided altogether or is able to be released alive and unharmed. As the Department of Fish & Wildlife has experimented with selective commercial fishing gear and moved toward selective fishing practices in recreational fishing, reef nets stand out as the original and still the best in selective fishing. Practiced by the Indians of the Puget Sound region using materials gathered locally, reef nets are unique to the area. Modern materials and hydraulics have improved efficiency but the basic methods remain the same. Reef nets do not gill or surround salmon with a net. Rather they count on natural and manmade structures to lead the salmon into a shallow laid net which is then lifted and the fish spilled into holding pens. Minimal handling and stress coupled with the ability to keep the fish alive make reef nets the most selective fishing gear available. Reef nets are fixed to one location and only catch migrating adult salmon that swim through their gear. For years reef nets have released non-target salmon species when management needs dictate. Mortality and bycatch are lower than any other fishing gear. Today reef nets are used in northern Puget Sound, targeting sockeye and pink salmon during summer months and coho and chum salmon during the fall."

Scallywag On The Salish Sea

Author: Sara Cassidy
Editor: Heritage House Publishing Co
ISBN: 1772032913
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A nameless boy finds treasure, courage, and clues to his past in this hilarious high-seas adventure. The Greasy Lobster, a pirate ship run by the notorious Captain Gallows, is no place for a kid. But when a young orphan arrives on board, the boy has no choice but to take the captain’s orders and get to work gutting fish in the galley. Without family, freedom, or even a name to call his own, the boy’s fate appears to be sealed, until fortune appears in the least likely (and most disgusting) of places. Can he really turn his luck around in this ship full of thieving pirates, and does one of those pirates hold the key to this mysterious past?

Beneath The Salish Sea

Author: Steen Rancher
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ISBN: 9781981411863
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The second volume in the much-enjoyed Winchelsea Chronicles series continues the summer adventure of Austin, Kate, and their younger brothers Cameron and Jordan as they join forces with former arch-enemies Joel MacLaren and his sisters Lissa and Trisha to unravel the mystery behind patches of hundreds of dead fish found floating in the Salish Sea. Their search for answers take them through the Strait of Georgia from Nanoose Bay to the infamous Seymour Narrows at the north end of The Salish Sea. The seven friends soon learn that the closer they come to the elusive answers, the more the danger multiplies for them. When a mysterious stranger in a restaurant warns them to be careful about whom they trust, they realize that all is not as it seems. Danger looms for the friends in the open waters of the Strait, however as they soon discover, the worst is yet to come. Where can they turn when the find their lives endangered by a mysterious and unidentified enemy? Can the authorities be trusted? A wrong decision could potentially be their last.

Lake River And Sea Run Fishes Of Canada

Author: Frederick H. Wooding
Editor: Harbour Publishing Company
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Includes a special chapter, Canada's aquatic heritage by Robert R. Campbell.

Genetics Abstracts

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Spirited Waters

Author: Jennifer Hahn
Editor: The Mountaineers Books
ISBN: 9780898869170
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* Mixes adventure travel with natural history in this solo kayaking adventure * Includes the author's hand-drawn illustrations In this insightful account of her solo voyage in a sixteen-foot kayak, Jennifer Hahn vividly relates the ecstatic moments and terrifying predicaments of paddling against the wind through Alaska's Inside Passage. Hahn's adventures include dramatic encounters with animals and heartwarming experiences with coastal characters. Much more than a memoir, Spirited Waters is a remarkable blend of adventure travel, natural history, and personal challenge.

Canadian Journal Of Fisheries And Aquatic Sciences

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Puget Sound Water Quality Work Plan 2003 2005

Author: Washington (State). Puget Sound Water Quality Action Team
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