Salmon river spawns
- THE GREAT SALMON MYSTERY. Neuberger, Richard L. // Saturday Evening Post;9/13/1941, Vol. 214 Issue 11, p20
Provides information on salmon. Information on the spawning of Chinooks, a salmon; Population of salmon in Columbia River; Operating cost of transporting salmon.
- ON THE COMMUTE. // Diver Magazine;Aug2010, Vol. 36 Issue 2, p66
The article focuses on the migration of sockeye salmons at the Adams River in Canada for the spawning season.
- SNORKELLING WITH SALMON. Forsythe, Mark // Beautiful British Columbia;Fall2002, Vol. 44 Issue 3, p38
Provides information about snorkeling in Campbell River, British Columbia. Presence of migrating salmons; Abundance of spawning salmons; Attractions in the river.
- Horsefly River sockeye. Obee, Bruce // British Columbia Magazine;Fall2003, Vol. 45 Issue 3, p58
Provides information on sockeye salmon in Horsefly River, British Columbia. Conservation of the salmon's spawning areas; Information on the Horsefly River Salmon Festival; Events that almost wiped out the sockeye salmon in Horsefly River.
- DID YOU KNOW? // Confederated Umatilla Journal;Nov2010, Vol. 13 Issue 11, p6
The article reports on the observance of a river phenomenon called spawned-out salmon in the Columbia River and on the banks.
- A tale of two salmon runs. // Beautiful British Columbia;Summer2001, Vol. 43 Issue 2, p46
Details the sockeye salmon runs at the Adams River in British Columbia. Number of fish returning to the river to spawn during peak years; Effects of the installation of a splash dam on the population of sockeye salmon; Factors affecting the population of salmons.
- The White Salmon River, Condit Dam Removal and Steelhead Recolonization. Burkhardt, Jeanette // Osprey Newsletter;Sep2015, Issue 82, p11
The article discusses the restoration of the White Salmon River, the removal of the Condit dam in 2010, and the recolonization of steelhead, with a chart showing the population of Chinook Salmon spawning adults and Steelhead redds in the White Salmon River from 2012 to 2015.
- SAVE THE METOLIUS. // Fly Fisherman;Sep2003, Vol. 34 Issue 6, p26
Focuses on issues related to saving prime historic salmon spawning grounds on the Metolius River by the Deschutes Basin Land Trust.
- This is the year to think pink. // Asian Pacific Post;9/12/2013, p5
The article reports on the migration of pink salmon toward their spawning grounds in the Fraser River in Vancouver, British Columbia in September 2013.
- OPENING SHOT. // PM Network;Jul2010, Vol. 24 Issue 7, p1
The article reports on the removal of two dams in Elwha River, Washington to give way for the spawning of salmons and other fishes.