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Wagner, W.C., and T.M. Stauffer. 1981. Distribution and abundance of pink salmon in Michigan tributaries of the Great Lakes, 1967-1980 (Fisheries research report: 1893). Michigan Department of Natural Resources, Ann Arbor, MI. https://quod.lib.umich.edu/f/fishery/AAG2862.1893.001?rgn=main;view=fulltext.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 30697
Type: Report
Author: Wagner, W.C., and T.M. Stauffer
Date (year): 1981
Report TitleDistribution and abundance of pink salmon in Michigan tributaries of the Great Lakes, 1967-1980 (Fisheries research report: 1893)
Publisher:Michigan Department of Natural Resources
Publisher Location:Ann Arbor, MI
Pages:
URL: https://quod.lib.umich.edu/f/fishery/AAG2862.1893.001?rgn=main;view=fulltext
Keywords: pink salmon, Oncorhynchus gorbuscha
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Oncorhynchus gorbuscha

    MI - Little Garlic River
    MI - Sable Creek
    MI - Carp River, tributary of Lake Huron
    MI - Garlic River
    MI - Six Mile Creek
    MI - Slate River
    MI - Little Huron River
    MI - Gratiot River
    MI - Dead River
    MI - Rock River
    MI - Little Garlic River
    MI - Sable Creek
    MI - Albany Creek
    MI - Salmon Trout River
    MI - Furnace Creek aka Gongeau Creek
    MI - Slate River
    MI - Little Huron River
    MI - Gratiot River
    MI - Ravine River
    MI - Laughing Whitefish River
    MI - Blind Sucker River
    MI - Two Hearted River
    MI - Black River SE peninsula
    MI - Garlic River
    MI - Falls River
    MI - Ravine River
    MI - Salmon Trout River
    MI - Schlot Creek
    MI - Sturgeon River
    MI - Carp River
    MI - Crow River
    MI - Furnace Creek aka Gongeau Creek
    MI - Pendills Creek
    MI - Elm River
    MI - Harlow Creek
    MI - Silver River
    MI - Huron River
    MI - Schlot Creek
    MI - Six Mile Creek
    MI - Chocolay River


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