Yakima/Klickitat Production Preliminary Design Report, Appendix C: Yakima and Klickitat Preliminary Engineering Reports.

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This chapter describes the biological and physical fish culture requirements of the hatchery system from which the concepts for the design are formulated. It includes a discussion of the program goals for fish production in the Yakima Basin followed by a brief summary of selected sites. The biological criteria are presented for the water system, adult holding, incubation, rearing, and finally transportation and release. The biological criteria address the water and space requirements, the number and type of vessels, and the related support requirements. To be assured that the components of the system meet all program demands, each life phase ... continued below

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Hill, CH2M & Associates., R.W. Beck and March 1, 1990.

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This chapter describes the biological and physical fish culture requirements of the hatchery system from which the concepts for the design are formulated. It includes a discussion of the program goals for fish production in the Yakima Basin followed by a brief summary of selected sites. The biological criteria are presented for the water system, adult holding, incubation, rearing, and finally transportation and release. The biological criteria address the water and space requirements, the number and type of vessels, and the related support requirements. To be assured that the components of the system meet all program demands, each life phase from adult capture to the juvenile or smolt transfer into the acclimation sites is analyzed.

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  • DOI: 10.2172/920103 | External Link
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Hill, CH2M & Associates., R.W. Beck and. Yakima/Klickitat Production Preliminary Design Report, Appendix C: Yakima and Klickitat Preliminary Engineering Reports., report, March 1, 1990; United States. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc895294/: accessed August 19, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.