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Chinook Salmon


CohoCrwPotenfishhabSm Completion of the Lansdsburg 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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ChinProgSeddeliverySm Predicted annual delivery of road-generated sediment in anadromous fish habitat
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Decommissioned-Roads-Anadromous-Fish-HabitatSm Decommissioned roads associated with anadromous fish habitat
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LgwoodLwdamountsSm Large woody debris in the Cedar River between Cedar Falls and Landsburg Diversion Dam
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ChinProgAdultsupstrmSm Annual number of adult Chinook and Coho passing upstream at the Landsburg Dam Fish Ladder
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ChinProgMaxwuaSm Proportion 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 Dewatering Proportion of Chinook redds protected from dewatering
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ChinProgJuvperreddSm Estimated annual number of emigrating juvenile Chinook salmon per redd in the Cedar River
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ChinPrognatorigreddsSm Estimated proportion of Cedar River natural origin Chinook salmon spawning upstream of the Landsburg Fish Passage Facility
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