Title

Evolutionary responses by native species to major anthropogenic changes to their ecosystems: Pacific salmon in the Columbia River hydropower system

Publication Date

2008

Keywords

ADAPTATION, adaptations, adult, adults, collection, Columbia River, COST, DAM, dams, demographic, DISTANCE, ecosystems, energy, ENVIRONMENT, estuaries, estuary, evolutionary, EVOLUTIONARY RESPONSE, Fish, fish ladder, Fish Ladders, FISHES, fitness, Flow, Flow Pattern, flow patterns, history, Hydropower, juvenile, juvenile salmon, juveniles, LADDERS, LAKE, Lakes, LIFE, life history, LIFE-HISTORIES, life-history, migrating, migration, migration timing, migratory, native, ocean, optimal, PACIFIC, PACIFIC SALMON, passage, pattern, PATTERNS, population, POPULATIONS, predator, predators, pressure, reservoir, reservoirs, RESPONSES, river, River basins, river flow, salmon, Selection, Sexual selection, species, survival, SYSTEM, timing, transformation, transportation, upstream, USA

Journal or Book Title

Molecular Ecology

Pages

84-96

Volume

17

Issue

1

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