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Draft Report of Updated Status of Listed ESUs of Salmon and Steelhead

Draft Report of Updated Status of Listed ESUs
of Salmon and Steelhead

This draft report summarizes preliminary scientific conclusions of the NMFS Biological Review Team regarding the updated status of 26 ESA-listed Evolutionarily Significant Units (ESUs) of salmon and steelhead (and one candidate species ESU) from Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and California. These ESUs were listed following a series of status reviews conducted during the decade of the 1990s. This draft report is being circulated for technical review and comments by state, tribal, and federal comanagers. Because of its size, it is broken up into several sections to facilitate downloading and copying.

  Background and Introduction (pdf, 172KB)  (Word doc, 162KB)
    Executive summary
    Table of contents
    Introduction
    Methods

Each species link below accesses a document with:
Data and analyses for each ESU;
Preliminary BRT conclusions regarding risk

Chinook (pdf, 1.29MB)  (zipped Word doc, 3.34MB)

Steelhead (pdf, 1.87MB)  (zipped Word doc, 3.26MB)

Coho (pdf, 613KB)  (zipped Word doc, 740KB)

Sockeye (pdf, 160KB)  (zipped Word doc, 49.3KB)

Chum (pdf, 442KB)  (zipped Word doc, 935KB)



Sample cover letter to comanagers
(pdf, 8.12MB)  (Word doc, 51KB)



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