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Methods for sampling the distribution and abundance of bull trout and Dolly Varden

Scott A. Bonar

Methods for sampling the distribution and abundance of bull trout and Dolly Varden

by Scott A. Bonar

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Published by Washington Dept. of Fish and Wildlife in Olympia, WA .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Bull trout -- Counting -- Washington (State) -- Mathematical models,
  • Dolly Varden (Fish) -- Counting -- Washington (State) -- Mathematical models,
  • Fishing surveys -- Washington (State) -- Mathematical models,
  • Fishery management -- Washington (State)

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesDistribution and abundance of bull trout and Dolly Varden.
    Statementby Scott A. Bonar, Marc Divens, and Bruce Bolding.
    SeriesResearch report -- report #RAD97-05., Research report (Washington (State). Dept. of Fish and Wildlife. Resource Assessment Division) -- #RAD97-05a.
    ContributionsDivens, Marc, 1964-, Bolding, Bruce., Washington (State). Inland Fish Investigations.
    The Physical Object
    Paginationvii, 46 p. ;
    Number of Pages46
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17836998M
    OCLC/WorldCa37834427

    Bonar, S. A., M. Divens and B. Bolding. Methods for sampling the distribution and abundance of bull trout/Dolly Varden. Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife Resarch Report RAD 48 pp. Loch, J. J., and S. A. Bonar. Occurrence of grass carp in the lower Columbia and Snake rivers. Bonar, S.A., M. Divens and B. Bolding. Methods for sampling the distribution and abundance of bull trout/Dolly Varden. Washington Department of .

    charged with developing federal recovery plans for listed bull trout. Distribution, abundance, habitat, and genetics are all considered important characteristics of Sampling Effort: Octo compared the char to known bull trout, Dolly Varden and brook trout collections and observed. bull/Dolly Varden char (Salvelinus confluentus or S. malma). Cutthroat trout (Oncorhynchus clarki) were present in the Midvalley site. Estimated population of the Midvalley enhancement site was juvenile coho in the upstream pond and juvenile coho in the downstream pond from November 21 Author: Angela Negenman, Kathleen Churcher.

    Dolly Varden char belongs to the family of salmon- and trout-like fishes. Two subspecies of Dolly Varden are recognized in Canada, the southern form (“Dolly Varden (Pacific populations)”) and the northern form (“Dolly Varden (Western Arctic populations)”). The latter is the focus of this status report. As they mature, Dolly Varden (Western Arctic populations) change colour and shape. Changes to the bull trout and Dolly Varden stock inventory in Genetic analyses of several populations of Washington native char have been conducted since the publication of the bull trout/Dolly Varden stock inventory. In some cases, we have determined that populations can be identified as bull trout or Dolly Varden. Where species identification has been made, the name of the .


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Methods for sampling the distribution and abundance of bull trout and Dolly Varden by Scott A. Bonar Download PDF EPUB FB2

Methods for sampling the distribution and abundance of bull trout and Dolly Varden. Olympia, WA: Washington Dept. of Fish and Wildlife, Fish Management Program, Inland Fisheries Investigations, Resource Assessment Division, [] (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book.

the limited habitat they do contain. Bull trout abundance and trend data in lentic habitats were unavailable or suspected of large sampling error, so we excluded them from our analyses as well. Methods We gathered georeferenced, quantitative bull trout abundance data from a number of sources, including IDFG, U.S.

Forest Service (USFS), U.S. Bureau of. The evaluation of sampling conditions across the bull trout range in Washington State. Final Report to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Aquatic Resources Division, Lacey, WA.

Determine Distribution, and genetics -- seemed more Dolly Varden like than bull trout. Sally actually was an escaped Arctic Coordinate sampling and counting methods zWe need to collect bi l i l d t dbiological data and PIT tag all bull trout captured zWeneedacentralWe need a central database for bull.

The objectives of this work are to 1) update the distribution of bull trout and Dolly Varden in the Northwest Territories, 2) describe the life history and biology of bull trout and Dolly Varden populations found in this area, and 3) describe the contact region for these two species, including confirmation of strict sympatry.

This is the only location where bull trout and northern dolly varden are known to be sympatric. Additional sampling in suitable habitats surrounding this area is required to confirm and extend this understanding 3,4.

INTRODUCTION. Electrofishing is a widely used and highly effective sampling tool in the management of stream salmonids and other species (Schill and Beland ; Reynolds ). The use of electrofishing as a sampling tool began in the ’s and became commonplace in. combination of data and expert knowledge allowed for categorical assessment of bull trout distribution, abundance, trend, and threats 32, 24, and 93 core areas, respectively.

Four core areas were judged to have 50 or fewer reproductive adults, two to have adult bull trout, 18 to have Although the dolly varden and bull trout look so alike, they are not as closely related as many people assume.

In fact, they did not evolved from a common ancestor. The dolly varden is more closely related to the arctic char in the North, and the bull trout is more closely related to the whitespotted char in Asia. Spawning Migration of Lacustrine-Adfluvial Bull Trout in a Natural Area Article (PDF Available) in Transactions of the American Fisheries Society (5) September with 96 Reads.

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Bull trout protocol method To assess bull trout presence, methods described in Peterson et al. ( and ) and Thurow et al. () were used to select sample sites, survey for fish, and measure habitat components.

The method involves randomly selecting sampling units of. Methods for Sampling the Distribution and Abundance of Bull Trout and Dolly Varden- Research Report Number RAD (Scott A.

Bonar, Marc Divens, and Bruce Bolding. Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife July ). We used redd count data from 88 bull trout (Salvelinus confluentus) populations in the upper Columbia River basin to quantify local and regional patterns in population dynamics, including adult abundance, long-term trend, and population further used this information to assess conservation risk of metapopulations using eight population dynamic metrics associated with Cited by: 6.

Competitive interactions for foraging microhabitat among introduced brook charr, Salvelinus fontinalis, and native bull charr, S. confluentus, and westslope cutthroat trout, Oncorhynchus clarki lewisi, were studied by species removal experiments in a tributary of the Flathead Lake and River system, northwestern Montana, focusing on brook charr influences on bull by: Bull Trout is a large char.

This salmonid derives its name from its large head and jaws. Bull Trout are olive-green to blue-grey in colour and pale round spots on their flanks and back distinguish them from most other similar-looking salmonids.

It is difficult to visually distinguish them from Dolly Varden char, however, and detailed measurements or genetic analyses are required for accurate.

Although bull trout and Dolly Varden do not appear to be adapted to alternative trophic or habitat resources while juveniles are sympatric in streams (Hagen and Taylor ), the extent of any such differentiation between Arctic char and Dolly Varden, or adaptation to different spawning habitats (i.e., lakes versus streams), is unknown, but Cited by:   Bull Trout is a large char.

This salmonid derives its name from its large head and jaws. Bull Trout are olive-green to blue-grey in colour and pale round spots on their flanks and back distinguish them from most other similar-looking salmonids. It is difficult to visually distinguish them from Dolly Varden char, however, and detailed measurements or genetic analyses are required for accurate.

The bull trout (Salvelinus confluentus) is a char of the family Salmonidae native to northwestern North America. Historically, S. confluentus has been known as the "Dolly Varden" (S.

malma), but was reclassified as a separate species in Bull trout are listed as a threatened species under the U.S. Endangered Species Act () and as vulnerable on the IUCN Red List of Threatened : Salmonidae.

bull trout population in the South Fork McKenzie is unknown. In up to 17 adult bull trout were sighted in one day where only three adults were observed in Roaring River is the only tributary on the South Fork McKenzie in which bull trout redds and juveniles have been located.

It is believed to be the major spawning tributary above. Observed bull trout length ranged between about inches to 14 inches. Nine bull trout were estimated to be 10 inches or longer, while two fish were slightly smaller.

Both a 10 inch and a inch bull trout were seen in lower Jack Creek. On July 10 both Jack Creek and two areas holding bull trout during the first survey were re-snorkeled. Bull trout are known to hybridise naturally with Dolly Varden in a north‐central British Columbia watershed (Baxter et al.

). Kanda et al. () covered bull trout genetic structure in the upper Flathead River system as did Leary & Allendorf () for western Washington, where sympatric with Dolly by: identical, and sampling effort was not standard-ized among all years. Consequently, we limited our analyses to the identification of broad-scale patterns of distribution and relative abundance of bull trout, rainbow trout, and brook trout.

We assumed that no Dolly Varden (Salvelinus malma) were present in the Elwha by: