PATH updated its 1998 preliminary report
on fall chinook survival and presented those changes at last weeks meeting
of the inter-agency Implementation Team.
Though the updated report has gone through
more extensive review by PATH scientists and the Scientific Review Panel,
it lacks any defining conclusions because of wide variances in the uncertainty
of juvenile survival rates of transported fish compared to non-transported
fish, or D-value.
With a low delayed mortality, or “D” …

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