Jake Chambers, 9/25/2015
Updates and additional years have been included in the recruits per spawners, smolt:adult returns, and juvenile abundance tables for the Scappoose Creek coho population.
Clatskanie fall chinook abundance estimates for 2009-2014 have been corrected and now agree with the pHOS estimates.
Lower Columbia winter steelhead data have been edited. Estimates from the Clackamas River in 2006 and 2007 have been recalculated to conform to current protocols. Sandy River naturally produced broodstock are being reported separately from the Natural Origin Spawning Adult estimates and have been removed from those estimates in 2003-2007.
Data have been updated to include the 2014-2015 Fall Chinook season for the Lower Columbia ESU
Data sets have been updated for Oregon Coast Coho, Lower Columbia Coho, and Mid-Columbia Steelhead. If you haven't visited the site in a while you'll find many updated features and new data sets including Mid-Columbia steelhead and several species in the Lower Columbia.
We've been busy adding a number of new species, regions, runs and metrics:
- Updated Oregon Coast Coho ESU. Added 5 new metrics including harvest, marine survival, hatchery proportion on the spawning grounds and escapement trend for dependent population groups.
- Added Lower Columbia Coho ESU. 8 ...
Version 2.0 of the ODFW Salmon and Steelhead Recovery tracker has officially been launched. Major changes have been made based on user feedback and research into how to improve the overall flexibility and scalability of the website. This will become more apparent in later releases this year. Updates in this ...
The Salmon and Steelhead Recovery Tracker has been officially launched. Updates since the beta release include a more streamlined site design, improved metadata delivery, and new datasets including site-specific abundance and site descriptions. The site is currently focused on coastal coho salmon, though there are some additional datasets available for ...
While the ODFW Salmon Recovery Tracker website allows users to download data for further analysis or explore recovery trends via the charts online, there are other data requests that are better suited to being handled automatically at the database level. For example, NOAA Fisheries is tasked with gathering states' ...
Thank you for visiting our newly launched website. We appreciate any feedback that you'd like to provide.
Adult abundance or spawner information, previously only available at the populations level has now been aggregated and made available at the Strata and ESU level.