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Browse reports Reports by Topic Power Plan Fish and Wildlife Program Subbasin Plans Financial Reports Independent Scientific Advisory Board Independent Scientific Review Panel Independent Economic Analysis Board Columbia River History Project CloseNews New Fish, Old Story Mar 15, 2018John Harrison 2018 salmon and steelhead returns to the Columbia River are forecast below average, again. Research Revision Jun 15, 2017John Harrison By focusing research, the Council will make better-informed decisions about projects that address the most important issues in fish and wildlife recovery. More Sea Lions, Fewer Fish Jun 9, 2017John Harrison More sea lions and fewer spring Chinook salmon at Bonneville Dam this year was not good news for the fish. Sea Lion Fish Feast Mar 1, 2017John Harrison The number of salmon and steelhead consumed by sea lions at Bonneville Dam last year, more than 9,500 fish, was the second-largest since observations and monitoring began in 2002, according to a report by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. During their annual spring foray into the Columbia River, sea lions also killed lamprey and sturgeon. Preventing the Spread of Invasive Species in the Columbia River Dec 17, 2015Carol Winkel Washington State University and the Columbia River Research Lab presented research on Asian copepods, and reviewed a project to enhance the region's ability to detect, and prevent the spread of, invasive quagga and zebra mussels. Warm Water Wreaks Havoc on Columbia River Fish Aug 12, 2015John Harrison Six words describe the state of the Columbia River in 2015 for salmon, steelhead, and sturgeon: Too hot, too early, too long. The unusually warm June and July raised Columbia River water temperatures Warm Water Blamed for Huge Columbia River Sockeye Die-off Jul 31, 2015John Harrison Federal and state fisheries biologists say more than a quarter million Columbia River sockeye salmon have died in the river and its tributaries this summer as the result of unusually warm water prompt Seals and Sea Lions Are Following Fish Into the Columbia River Mar 16, 2015John Harrison An aerial survey by the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife in February counted more than 6,000 seals and 1,600 sea lions in the Astoria area, according to a report in The Seattle Times. Seals Sea lion numbers are increasing, and so is predation on salmon and steelhead in the Columbia River Jan 15, 2015John Harrison   The number of sea lions in the lower Columbia River is increasing every year, and so is predation by sea lions on salmon and steelhead. Information presented to the Council this month suggests tha Salmon returns to the Columbia River are strong in 2014 Sep 16, 2014John Harrison Coho, fall Chinook, and sockeye salmon returned from the Pacific Ocean to the Columbia River in record or near-record numbers this year. The daily count of fall Chinook on September 8 at Bonneville Da Another Good Year for Columbia River Salmon and Steelhead Runs Mar 16, 2012Carol Winkel Washington, Oregon, and Idaho fish managers are optimistic about salmon and steelhead returns to the Columbia River Basin in 2012, with some runs predicted to return in numbers not seen in decades – ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT AND COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON AND STEELHEAD Nov 22, 2011John Harrison The Endangered Species Act of 1973 has a long and litigious history in the Columbia River Basin. Twelve specific populations, or evolutionarily significant units, of four species of Columbia River Bas
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