Title

Physiological ecology of juvenile chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) at the southern end of their distribution, the San Francisco Estuary and Gulf of the Farallones, California

Publication Date

2002

Keywords

BODY, California, chinook, Chinook salmon, coastal, Coastal waters, development, DISCHARGE, Distribution, ecology, energy, environmental conditions, estuaries, estuarine, estuary, FATTY-ACID, Fish, Fish larvae, Freshwater, growth, history, invertebrates, juvenile, JUVENILE CHINOOK SALMON, juvenile salmon, juveniles, larvae, length, LIFE, life history, LIFE-HISTORIES, life-history, lipids, migrating, migration, ocean, Oncorhynchus, Oncorhynchus tshawytscha, ONCORHYNCHUS-TSHAWYTSCHA, PACIFIC, population, POPULATIONS, prey, PROTEIN, RAPID GROWTH, salmon, season, species, STRATEGIES, strategy, stream, streams, survival, tag, temperature, temperatures, tolerance, Water, Water temperature, weight

Journal or Book Title

Fishery Bulletin

Pages

244-257

Volume

100

Issue

100

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