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Salmonid Series: The Ecology of Pacific Salmonids:Course 1 of 3 in a series
BIO-303
Hosted by Northwest Environmental Training Center

Salmonids, including Pacific salmon and trout, are an important component of ecologic and economic health in western North America. Salmon and trout of the Pacific Coast have continued to evolve in the face of natural disturbances such as floods, fires, volcanoes, wind-throw and disease. In fact, these influences have helped these species maintain their resiliency. Even when natural disturbances have been severe their effects have remained localized, thereby allowing ecosystems to more easily recover. However, the magnitude of human-caused d ...  [click for more]

For general information contact Leah Baugh by telephone at 425-270-3274 or via e-mail at leahbaugh@nwetc.org

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