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Emery, L. 1981. Range extention of pink salmon (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha) into the lower Great Lakes. Fisheries 6(2):7-10.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 760
Type: Journal Article
Author: Emery, L.
Date (year): 1981
Article Title:Range extention of pink salmon (Oncorhynchus gorbuscha) into the lower Great Lakes.
Journal Name: Fisheries
Volume: 6
Issue: 2
Pages: 7-10
Keywords: pink salmon, Great Lakes, Oncorhynchus gorbuscha
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Oncorhynchus gorbuscha

    OH - Lake Erie
    MI - Carp River, Lake Huron, Michigan
    MI - Albany Creek, Lake Huron, Michigan
    MI - Black River, Lake Michigan, Michigan
    MI - Manistique River, Lake Michigan, Michigan
    MI - Thompson Creek, Lake Michigan, Michigan
    MI - Ford River, Lake Michigan, Michigan
    MI - Ocqueoc River, Lake Huron, Michigan
    MI - Cut River, Lake Michigan, Michigan
    MI - Hog Island Creek, Lake Michigan, Michigan
    MI - Rock River, Lake Michigan, Michigan
    MI - Crow River, Lake Michigan, Michigan
    MI - [Point] Patterson Creek, Lake Michigan, Michigan
    MI - Au Sable River, Lake Huron, Michigan
    MI - Cheboygan River, Lake Huron, Michigan
    MI - Crystal River, Lake Michigan, Michigan
    MI - Cedar River, Lake Michigan, Michigan
    WI - Peshtigo River, Lake Michigan, Wisconsin
    WI - Manitowoc River
    MI - Lake Huron, Harbor Beach, Michigan
    MI - Lake Huron, near Port Sanilac
    OH - Cold Creek, Lake Erie, Ohio
    OH - Lake Erie, near Bono Ohio
    OH - East Harbor, East Harbor State Park
    OH - Lake Erie at Cedar Point in Sandusky
    OH - Lake Erie at Cedar Point in Sandusky
    OH - Rocky River, Lake Erie, Ohio
    OH - Chagrin River, Lake Erie, Ohio
    PA - Elk Creek, Lake Erie, Pennsylvania
    PA - Trout Run, Lake Erie, Pennsylvania
    PA - Walnut Creek, Lake Erie, Pennsylvania
    PA - Twelvemile Creek, Lake Erie, Pennsylvania
    NY - South Sandy Creek, Lake Ontario, New York


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