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North Pacific Salmon Hatchery Database

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  • 1. North Pacific Salmon Hatchery Database Jon Bonkoski GIS Analyst State of the Salmon a joint program of Ecotrust and The Wild Salmon Center
  • 2. Outline
    • Briefly describe the use of hatcheries and the current situation
    • The State of the Salmon Hatchery Database
    • Progress to date
    • What is the future of the project?
  • 3. Background on Hatcheries
    • Mitigate for habitat loss and to augment harvest.
    • Ecological impacts:
      • loss of population biodiversity
      • strains on marine carrying capacity
      • genetic introgression
      • competition with wild juveniles.
    • Economic concerns:
      • The cost effectiveness is poor
    • U.S. hatcheries use conventional methods
      • Large numbers of hatchery fish
      • Lack of monitoring
      • Some reforms
  • 4. Current Status of Hatcheries
  • 5. Current Status of Hatcheries
  • 6. Outline
    • Briefly describe the use of hatcheries and the current situation
    • The State of the Salmon Hatchery Database
    • Progress to date
    • What is the future of the project?
  • 7. North Pacific Salmon Hatchery Database
    • What are we doing?
      • developing a spatial database to inventory salmon hatchery programs.
    • The goal:
      • Provide an empirical information baseline
    • Objectives:
      • Produce the best available GIS coverage
      • Create a uniform set of metadata
    • Unique system
      • Metadata
      • Spatial and temporal patterns
  • 8. North Pacific Salmon Hatchery Database
    • Why is State of the Salmon developing this database?
    • To help researchers answer three questions:
      • What is the effect of salmon hatchery production on marine carrying capacity?
      • What influence do hatcheries have on wild populations?
      • What is the economic impact of operating salmon hatcheries?
  • 9. Outline
    • Briefly describe the use of hatcheries and the current situation
    • The State of the Salmon Hatchery Database
    • Progress to date
    • What is the future of the project?
  • 10. North Pacific Salmon Hatchery Database
    • Progress to date:
    • Developmental phases
      • Phase 1 progress
        • GIS layer is complete
        • NMFS has conducted a review our GIS database
        • Current (1996 to present) release data uploaded for Alaska and British Columbia
          • Current return data uploaded for Alaska
    • Next steps:
      • Phase 2
        • Upload historic data (1900 – 1995)
        • Phase 3
          • Develop economic information
  • 11. Maps
  • 12. Maps
  • 13. Outline
    • Briefly describe the use of hatcheries and the current situation
    • The State of the Salmon Hatchery Database
    • Progress to date
    • What is the future of the project?
  • 14. North Pacific Salmon Hatchery Database
    • Future work:
      • Inform Research
          • University of Washington Model
          • Wild and hatchery fish interaction
        • Setting Conservation Priorities
          • Pacific Salmon Conservation Assessment
          • Marine Protected Areas
          • Salmon Refuges – Kamchatka and Sakhalin
  • 15. North Pacific Salmon Hatchery Database
    • Potential analyses:
    • Landscape hatcheries
      • Landscape Hatchery Approach is a concept developed in an effort to re-think hatchery operations
        • Hatcheries are a tributary
        • Move away from “fish factories”
        • The goal is recovery of wild salmon
  • 16. Conclusions
    • Inform research
    • Collaboration is essential
    • Monitoring programs are needed to demonstrate effectiveness
      • Data access and sharing
  • 17. Thank you to all those who have contributed Sergey Mackaev Sergey Zolotulkin Mikhail 'Misha' Korolyov Alexander Rogatnykh Sergey Putivkin Tatiana Mironova Anatoly Semenchenko Van Hare Xan Augerrot Ed Backus Robert Bayley Allyson Ouzts Dane Springmeyer WWF WDFW ODFW StreamNet NOAA Fisheries University of Washington IDFG CDFG ADFG DFO Wild Salmon Center Ecotrust Jim Lichatowich Rick Williams Greg Ruggerone Conrad Manhken Steve Stone Bruce White Sue Lehman Jim Irvine Michio Fukushima Naomi Yoshinari For more information visit : www.stateofthesalmon.org