Connor, et al. 2016. Draft 2

A retrospective (circa 1800-2015) on abundance, spatial distribution, and management of Snake River basin fall Chinook salmon.

William P. Connor1, Billy D. Arnsberg2, James A. Chandler3, Thomas D. Cooney4, Phillip A. Groves3, Jay A. Hesse2, Glen W. Mendel5, Deborah J. Milks6, Dennis W. Rondorf7, Stuart J. Rosenberger3, Mark L. Schuck5, Kenneth F. Tiffan7, Robin S. Waples8, and William Young2.

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