|Title:||Swimming ability and survival of seawater parr-revertant coho salmon Oncorhynchus kisutch|
|Author/Editor:||Thomas A. Flagg, Earl F. Prentice, Lynwood S. Smith|
|Institution:||Report of the Northwest and Alaska Fisheries Center|
Swimming stamina, stride length, and post-test survival were assessed in seawater for both smolt and parr revertant coho salmon Oncorhynchus kisutch. Parr revertants had lower swimming stamina (-20%), lower stride efficiency (-20%), and greatly reduced 96-h post-test survival (-89%) compared to smolts with the same residence time in seawater.