volume 4, issue 4, P291-299 2001
DOI: 10.1017/s1367943001001342
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Abstract: Modern concrete dams have devastated fish populations world-wide. However, dams vary greatly in how they are engineered and operated, and thus pose a range of threats to riverine fauna. Understanding the differences in the impacts of dams is critical for setting conservation priorities. We used a modified BACI (before-after-control-impact) sampling design as a means to quantify the effects of dams on spring/summer chinook salmon in two watersheds (Snake and Upper Columbia Rivers) of the Columbia River Basin, …

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