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Assessment of the Canadian and Alaskan sockeye stocks harvested in the northern boundary fisheries using run reconstruction techniques, 1982 – 2001

Abstract Detailed information on the catch, escapement, migration timing and behaviour of northern boundary sockeye salmon stocks has been obtained through national and international studies conducted over the past 20 years. The Northern Boundary Annex to the 1999 Canada/U.S. Salmon Treaty agreement requires detailed accounting of the harvests for Nass and Skeena sockeye stocks. The […]


Skeena Sockeye In-river Run Reconstruction Analysis Model and Preliminary Analysis Results for 1982-2009

Note: This analysis has since been updated, and the most recent version is available here. Summary “The Fraser, Skeena and Nass watersheds are the three largest sockeye producing watersheds in British Columbia. Exploitation rate estimates for the Nass and Skeena Sockeye stock aggregates are estimated annually using the Northern Boundary Sockeye Run Reconstruction (NBSRR) Model […]


Assessment of Sockeye and Pink Salmon stocks in the northern boundary area using run reconstruction techniques, 1982 – 95

Abstract A multi-time-period method of stock reconstruction was used to estimate harvest and stock interception rates by area and time period, exploitation rates and total run size by stock. The data required for these reconstructions were catch by time and area, daily escapement by population (stock), the residence time of each population in each harvest […]