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Evaluating selective fishing Survival of spring chinook salmon captured and released from commercial nets on the Columbia River



Evaluating selective fishing Survival of spring chinook salmon captured and released from commercial nets on the Columbia River



American Fisheries Society Annual Meeting 133: 146




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