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Another Dam Story:
A Reservoir in Four Parts

Compiled by bluefish
Swinomish Tribal Lands, Washington, August 28, 2018

To quickly bring Task Force members up to speed, bluefish distributed the following eight handouts at the Swinomish meeting.


The Year 2018

The Year 2000

Dear Councilman
to Northwest Power and Conservation Council
August 2018

Fealty to Symbolism is
no way to save salmon

by Peter Kareiva and Valerie Carranza, Oxford Scholarship Online
December 2017

Our Dams Support Us;
It's Time to Support Them

by Cathy McMorris Rodgers, Capital Press
December 2016

Evaluating river management
during seaward migration
to recover Columbia River
stream-type Chinook salmon
considering the variation in marine conditions

by Howard A. Schaller, Charles E. Petrosky, and Eric S. Tinus
Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences
October 2013


Recovery and Management Options
for Spring/Summer Chinook Salmon
in the Columbia River Basin

by Peter Kareiva, Michelle Marvier, Michelle McClure
November 2000

Testimony of Edward C. Bowles,
Anadromous Fish Manager,
Idaho Department of Fish and Game

Delivered before the Committee on Environment and Public
Subcommittee on Fisheries, Wildlife, and Water Works
September 2000

Can Science Rescue Salmon?
by Charles C. Mann and Mark L. Plummer, Science Magazine
August 2000

Feds Offer Their "Four H" Approach
by Barry Espenson, Columbia Basin Bulletin
November 1999

Questions and Comments
from Hydropower Breakout Sessions
Swinomish Tribal Lands, Washington


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