• Creator
  • 94.4 Fish Painting.mov; Williams, Ken Koski, K
  • Description
  • Researchers: Ken Williams, K Koski. The following information was supplied by John Williams, Dave Beauchamp, and Lin Murdock from the University of Washington School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences and by Steven Schroder, Washington Dept of Fish and Wildlife. Ken Williams and K Koski examined the effects of Lake William Symington, a man-made lake, on the production of coho salmon smolts out of Big Beef Creek. Big Beef Creek was diverted down a... more
    Researchers: Ken Williams, K Koski. The following information was supplied by John Williams, Dave Beauchamp, and Lin Murdock from the University of Washington School of Aquatic and Fishery Sciences and by Steven Schroder, Washington Dept of Fish and Wildlife. Ken Williams and K Koski examined the effects of Lake William Symington, a man-made lake, on the production of coho salmon smolts out of Big Beef Creek. Big Beef Creek was diverted down a side channel that fed the spawning channel. However, before water entered the spawning channel, it went through an inclined plane smolt trap located by the research station house. The concrete structure and fish trap are located at the outlet of Lake Symington. Williams and Koski were spray marking the fish to get an idea of the percentage of smolts that used that route, in order to expand total smolt numbers leaving the creek. The researchers captured fish with a backpack electrofishing unit that stunned the fish and allowed for... less
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  • video
    Video
    Digital streaming QuickTime video file made from DVCAM master, by Special Collections at UW Media Center, Odegaard Library, on May 29, 2009, using Quick Time, version 7.6
    Nonfiction films
    Film clips
    Documentary films
    Nature films
    2 min., 10 sec
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