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This document outlines findings assessing early restoration performance and the capacity of forested, transitional, estuarine, mudflat, and eelgrass habitats for enhancing prey productivity and supporting outmigrating juvenile Chinook salmon.
For additional details on this work, please see the following publications:
- Habitat availability for juvenile salmonids following restoration Ellings et al. 2016
- Invertebrate prey production following restoration Woo et al. 2018
- Prey consumption by juvenile Chinook salmon following restoration Davis et al.2017
- Dietary differences between hatchery and wild Chinook salmon in the Nisqually estuary Davis et al. 2018
- Growth potential for juvenile Chinook salmon of different estuarine habitats Davis et al. 2018
Woo, I., M. Davis, and S. De La Cruz. 2017. Nisqually River Delta Summary: Early phase restoration performance and prey contributions to juvenile Chinook salmon within a habitat mosaic. U.S. Geological Survey Administrative Report to WA Department of Fish and Wildlife, Estuary and Salmon Restoration Program. 37 pp.
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