I would like to thank everyone who responded to my request for
information about Hatchery philosophy. I've compiled a list of papers,
chapters and contacts below. Thanks again for your replies.
JOURNAL ARTICLES AND SYMPOSIA--
Brannon, E.L. 1993. The perpetual oversight of hatchery programs.
Fisheries Research 18:19-27.
White, R. J., J. R. Karr, and W. Nehlsen. 1995. Better roles for fish
stocking in aquatic resource management. American Fisheries Society
Symposium 15: 527-547.
BOOKS AND CHAPTERS--
"A century of fisheries in North America," published by the AFS
National Research Council. 1996. Upstream: salmon and society in
the Pacific Northwest. Report of the Committee on Protection and
Management of Pacific Northwest Anadromous Salmonids for the
National Research Council. Naitonal Academy Press. Washington,
D.C. Chapter 12 Hatcheries (pp. 302-347)'
Allendorf, F.W. and R.W. Waples. Conservation and genetics of
salmonid fishes. In: (Ed. J.C. Avise and J.L. Hamrick),
Conservation Genetics: case histories from nature, pp. 238-280.
(Much useful information in final section, Breeding and
Hatcheries, pp. 265-268).
Dr. Peter Bergman at Northwest Fisheries Technology, Shaw Island,
Jim Lichatowich ([log in to unmask]) and Dan Bottom
([log in to unmask])
William Pinnix [log in to unmask]
University of Washington work(206) 616-9418
School of Fisheries fax (206) 685-7471
Seattle, WA 98195