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Subject: Hatcheries--The Holy Grail??
From: Bill Pinnix <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Scientific forum on fish and fisheries <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Thu, 8 Jan 1998 10:56:46 -0800

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Hello everyone,

I received this e-mail via my webpage. Can anyone out there point me (or
Dave Mahon) to any good papers or books describing the 'thinking' behind
the proliferation of hatcheries as a management tool?

Bill Pinnix
University of Washington
School of Fisheries
Box 357980
Seattle, WA 98195
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>X-Personal_name: Dave Mahon
>X-From: [log in to unmask]

>I am hoping that u can help with a problem with a current research papaer
>that I writting on salmon and salmon management.  I was wondering if you
>could direct me to information regarding the historic development of the
>idea that hatcheries are a viable management solution.  So far my research
>has demonstrated historically that hatcheries were the main management
>tool being used for the Pacific salmon, however what I would like to know
>is why? Who said that hatcheries work?  Or is following the hatchery idea
>just something based in a past version of common sense in that introduce
>large amount of salmon into water systems and the results while be more

>Thank you for your time
>Dave Mahon

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