Seattle Public Utilities


Chinook Salmon


CohoCrwPotenfishhabSmCompletion of the Landsburg fish passage facilities in the late summer of 2003 increased stream miles of mainstem and tributary habitat available to Chinook salmon by 46%.
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ChinProgSeddeliverySmPredicted annual delivery of road-generated sediment in anadromous fish habitat
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Decommissioned-Roads-Anadromous-Fish-HabitatSmDecommissioned roads associated with anadromous fish habitat
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LgwoodLwdamountsSmLarge woody debris in the Cedar River between Cedar Falls and Landsburg Diversion Dam
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ChinProgAdultsupstrmSmAnnual number of adult Chinook and Coho passing upstream at the Landsburg Dam Fish Ladder
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ChinProgMaxwuaSmProportion of days during the fall that actual stream flows in the Cedar River were above the level providing Maximum Weighted Usable Area (WUA) for Chinook and sockeye spawning
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Chinook Redds Protected from DewateringProportion of Chinook redds protected from dewatering
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ChinProgJuvperreddSmEstimated annual number of emigrating juvenile Chinook salmon per redd in the Cedar River
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ChinPrognatorigreddsSmEstimated proportion of Cedar River natural origin Chinook salmon spawning upstream of the Landsburg Fish Passage Facility
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