2013Abadia-CardosoLarge-scale parentage analysis reveals reproductivepatterns and heritability of spawn timing in a hatchery population of steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss) View
2012Anderson, Joseph H.Reproductive success of captively bred and naturallyspawned Chinook salmon colonizing newly accessiblehabitat View
2007Araki, HitoshiReproductive Success of Captive-Bred Steelhead Trout in the Wild: Evaluation of Three Hatchery Programs in the Hood River View
2013Baker, Matthew R. Injuries from Non-Retention in Gillnet Fisheries Suppress Reproductive Maturation in Escaped Fish View
2009Berejikian, Barry A.Reproductive behavior and relative reproductive success of natural- and hatchery-origin Hood Canal summer chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta) View
2015Christie, Mark.An analysis of studies of relative reproductive success of early-generation hatchery salmon View
2019Tillotson, Michael D.Artificial selection on reproductive timing in hatchery salmon drives a phenological shift and potential maladaptation to climate change View

Mortality and survival

2014Baker, Matthew R. Accounting for escape mortality in fisheries: implications for stock productivity and optimal management View
2012Beamish, R.J.Wild chinook salmon survive better than hatchery salmonin a period of poor production View
2017SOBOCINSKI, Kathryn L. Using a qualitative model to explore the impacts of ecosystem andanthropogenic drivers upon declining marine survival in Pacific salmon View
2014Thorson, James T.Spatial variation buffers temporal fluctuations in early juvenile survival for an endangered Pacific salmon View
2011Yuen, Henry.Bias in the Estimation of Impacts of Simultaneous Mark?Selective and Nonselective Fisheries on Ocean Salmon View

Managing Co-existing Wild and Hatchery Populations

2015Bowles, EdOregon's Coastal Plan: a walk on the wild (and hatchery) side View
2015Fast, DaveResults after sixteen years of operation of an integrated spring Chinook hatchery on the Yakima River View
2015Hassemer, PeterThe evolution of Idaho's mitigation hatchery program to conform to conservation and management of wild stocks View
2015Hesse, JayConservation and consumption: Nez Perce Tribe duty and obligation View
2015Temple, GabrielAssessing and containing risks to indigenous fish taxa associated with salmon supplementation and reintroduction programs View
2014Warheit, KennethMeasuring reproductive interaction between hatchery-origin and wild steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss) from northern Puget Sound populations potentially affected by segregated hatchery programs. View
2012Washington Department of Fish and WildlifeElwha River summer/fall chinook hatchery program : hatchery and genetic management plan View

Management recommendations

2014Anderson, Joseph H.Planning Pacific Salmon and Steelhead Reintroductions Aimed at Long?Term Viability and Recovery View
2013U.S. Fish and Wildlife ServiceReview of U.S. Fish & Wildlife Service Hatcheries in Washington, Oregon and Idaho View
2009Washington Department of Fish and WildlifeWashington Department of Fish and Wildlife Hatchery and Fishery Reform Policy View

Management Recommendations

2009NATIONAL MARINE FISHERIES SERVICE - Salmon Recovery Division Salmon Recovery Division Letter to HSRG View

Hatchery Fish Fitness/Performance

2008Araki, HitoshiFitness of hatchery-reared salmonids in the wild View
2015Beckman, BrianVariations in size, growth and survival of hatchery Columbia River Chinook salmon in the Northern California Current View
2012Berejikian, Barry A.Development of natural growth regimes for hatchery-reared steelhead to reduce residualism, fitness loss, and negative ecological interactions View
2015Thompson, Neil F.The effects of high rearing density on the potential for domestication selection in hatchery culture of steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss) View

Hatcheries and Hatchery Reform - General

2013Bailey, Michael M.To Stock or Not to Stock? Assessing the Restoration Potential of a Remnant American Shad Spawning Run with Hatchery Supplementation View
2015Baldwin, CaseThe Chief Joseph Hatchery - a new hatchery designed and operated under Hatchery Reform Principles View
2010Columbia Basin Coordinated Anadromous Monitoring WorkshopAnadromous Salmonid Monitoring Strategy : Viable Salmonid Population Criteria and Subset of Tributary Habitat and Hatchery Effectiveness View
1999Gorton Science Advisory TeamThe Reform of Salmon and Steelhead Hatcheries in Puget Sound and Coastal Washington to Recover Natural Stocks while Providing Fisheries View
2015Hall, BrentHatchery vs. Wild? It's not that simple - legal frameworks, hatchery reform and forgotten promises View
2018Kline, PaulImplementing Hatchery Reform in the State of Idaho View
2018Kline, Paul, Christine Kozfkay, and Jesse TrushenskiSnake River Sockeye Salmon Recovery - Historical Perspective and Progress Towards Meeting Recovery Objectives View
2018Missildine, Brian Hatchery Reform in Washington State View
2015Noakes, DavidHatchery vs. Wild Salmonid Symposium: Research, Management, and Reform in the Pacific Northwest : Keynote View
2015Olson, DougHatchery reform and our Pacific Region National Fish Hatcheries View
2015Oregon Chapter of the American Fisheries SocietyHatchery vs. Wild Salmonid Symposium : Research, Management, and Reform in the Pacific Northwest : Program View
2009Recovery Implementation Science TeamA review of some applications of science to hatchery reform issues View
2018Trushenski, Jesse T.Why Keep Hatcheries? Weighing the Economic Cost and Value of Fish Production for Public Use and Public Trust Purposes View

HSRG Documents

2009Blankenship, H. LeeHatchery Reform in the Pacific Northwest: Applying Science to Hatchery Management View
2015HSRGAnnual report to Congress on the science of hatcheries, 2015 : a report on the application of up-to-date science in the management of salmon and steelhead hatcheries in the Pacific Northwest View
2003HSRGCentral Puget Sound View
2009HSRGColumbia River Hatchery Reform System-Wide Report View
2009HSRGColumbia River Hatchery Reform System-Wide Report, Appendix A : White Papers View
2009HSRGColumbia River Hatchery Reform System-Wide Report, Appendix B : Professional Biographies View
2009HSRGColumbia River Hatchery Reform System-Wide Report, Appendix C : Analytical Methods and Information Sources View
2009HSRGColumbia River Hatchery Reform System-Wide Report, Appendix D : User Guide View
2009HSRGColumbia River Hatchery Reform System-Wide Report, Appendix E : Population Reports View
2009HSRGColumbia River Hatchery Reform System-Wide Report, Appendix F : Manager Comments. View
2009HSRGColumbia River Hatchery Reform System-Wide Report, Appendix G : Population Report Glossary View
2009HSRGColumbia River Hatchery Reform System-Wide Report, Appendix H : Information Management Plan View
2014HSRGComments on Final Environmental Impact Statement to Inform Columbia River Basin Hatchery Operations and the Funding of the Mitchell Act Hatchery Programs View
2002HSRGEastern Straits View
2004HSRGGrays Harbor. View
2009HSRGHSRG Comments RIST Review May 2009 View
2004HSRGHatchery Reform Principles and Recommendations of the Hatchery Sceintific Review Group View
2016HSRGHatchery Scientific Review Group Comments on the Lower Columbia Conservation and Sustainable Fisheries Plan for the Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife in Partnership with the Lower Columbia Fish Recovery Board View
2016HSRGHatchery Scientific Review Group, Comments on the Proposed ESA Recovery Plan for Snake River Fall Chinook Salmon View
2017HSRGHatchery Scientific Review Group, Comments on the Proposed ESA Recovery Plan for Snake River Spring/Summer Chinook Salmon and Snake River Steelhead View
2004HSRGHood Canal View
2003HSRGNooksack/Samish Rivers View
2004HSRGNorth Coast View
2014HSRGOn the science of hatcheries : an updated perspective on the role of hatcheries in salmonand steelhead management in the Pacific Northwest View
n.dHSRGPolicy Statement View
2008HSRGPreview of Key Findings for Lower Columbia River Coho Hatchery Programs. View
2007HSRGPreview of Key Findings for Lower Columbia River Hatchery Program View
2008HSRGPreview of Key Findings for Lower Columbia River Steelhead Hatchery Programs View
2009HSRGReport to Congress on Columbia River Basin Hatchery Reform View
2015HSRGReview of Draft Environmental Impact Statement to Analyze Impacts of NOAA's National Marine Fisheries Service Proposed 4(d) Determination under Limit 6 for Five Early Winter Steelhead Hatchery Programs in Puget Sound View
2012HSRGReview of the Elwha River Fish Restoration Plan and Accompanying HGMPs View
2003HSRGSkagit River Basin View
2018HSRGSolving the "Hs" hatchery and Harvest Reform in Willapa Bay View
2002HSRGSouth Sound View
2002HSRGStillaguamish/Snohomish View
2008HSRGSummary of HSRG Findings for Chum Populations in the Lower Columbia River and Gorge. View
n.d.HSRGThe HSRG and Hatchery Reform in the Pacific Northwest View
2004HSRGWillapa Bay View
2020Hatchery Scientific Review GroupDeveloping recovery Objectives and Phase Triggers for Salmonid Populations View
2017Hatchery Scientific Review GroupImplementation of hatchery reform in the context of recovery planning using the AHA/ISIT tool View
2012Hatchery Scientific Review GroupReview of the Lower Elwha Klallam Tribe Hatchery and Genetic Management Plans(HGMPs) View
2016Hatchery Scientific Review GroupWhite Paper No. 6 Nutrient enhancement of freshwater streams to increase production of Pacific salmon, Columbia River Hatchery reform Project Final Systewide Report - Appendix A View
2015Hess, MaureenSupplementation with local, natural-origin broodstock may minimize negative fitness impacts in the wild View
2015Hoffnagle, TimThirty-one years of the Imnaha River Chinook Salmon Supplementation Program: Is supplementation working? View


2012Angeloni, FrancescoGenomic toolboxes for conservation biologists View
2007Araki, HitoshiEffective population size of steelhead trout : influence of variance in reproductive success,hatchery programs, and genetic compensation between life-history forms View
2015Bingham, DanielLoss of genetic integrity in hatchery steelhead produced by juvenile-based broodstock and wild integration: conflicts in production and conservation goals View
2015Clarke, Lance R.Harvest and straying of two hatchery steelhead lines, one derived from the other by temporally selective broodstock collection View
2013Li, MaoThe implications for aquaculture practice of epigenomic programming of components of the endocrine system of teleostean embryos: lessons learned from mammalian studies View
2015Smith, ChristianGenetic composition of the Warm Springs River Chinook salmon population maintained following eight generations of hatchery production View
2014Teel, David J.Genetic Identification of Chinook Salmon in the Columbia River Estuary: Stock?Specific Distributions of Juveniles in Shallow Tidal Freshwater Habitats View
1989Winans, Gary A.Genetic Variability in Chinook Salmon Stocks from the Columbia River Basin View
2015Wong, Ten-TsaoProduction of reproductively sterile fish by a non-transgenic gene silencing technology View
2012Yu, Jeong-NamGenetic differentiation between collections of hatchery and wild masu salmon (Oncorhynchus masou) inferred from mitochondrial and microsatellite DNA analyses View

Fish Diseases

1996Anderson, Eric D.Genetic immunization of rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) against infectious hematopoietic necrosis virus. View
1997Brown, Laura L.Specific protective activity demonstrated in eggs of broodstock salmon injected with rabbit antibodies raised against a fish pathogen View
2005Cipriano, Rocco C.Flavobacterium psychrophilum, cause of bacterial cold-water disease and rainbow trout fry syndrome View
2005Garver, Kyle A.Efficacy of an infectious hematopoietic necrosis (IHN) virus DNA vaccine in Chinook Oncorhynchus tshawytscha and sockeye O. nerka salmon View
1997Kaattari, S.L.Immunization with bacterial antigens: bacterial kidney disease. In: Fish Vaccinology. View
2008Kurath, G.Biotechnology and DNA vaccines for aquatic animals View
2003LaFrentz, B.R.Passive immunization of rainbow trout, Oncorhynchus mykiss (Walbaum), against Flavobacterium psychrophilum, the causative agent of bacterial coldwater disease and rainbow trout fry syndrome View
2005Pasnik, David J.Immunogenic and protective effects of a DNA vaccine forMycobacterium marinumin fish View
2011Starliper, Clifford E.Bacterial coldwater disease of fishes caused byFlavobacterium psychrophilum View
2009Swain, P.Role of maternally derived immunity in fish View
1999Traxler, Garth S.Naked DNA vaccination of Atlantic salmon Salmo salar against IHNV View
2010Turgut, E.Protective Responses of Rainbow Trout Following Intraperitoneal Injection with a Live Virulent or Avirulent Isolate of Renibacterium salmoninarum View

Effect of Hatchery Fish on Wild Populations

2010Araki, HitoshiIs hatchery stocking a help or harm?Evidence, limitations and future directions in ecological and genetic surveys View
2013Baskett, Marissa L.Assessing strategies to minimize unintended fitness consequences of aquaculture on wild populations View
2013Baskett, Marissa L.Evaluating Alternative Strategies for Minimizing Unintended Fitness Consequences of Cultured Individuals on Wild Populations View
2015Berntson, EwannReproductive success and phenotypic selection gradients in hatchery- and natural-origin Chinook salmon in Catherine Creek, Grande Ronde basin (Northeast Oregon) View
2011Chilcote, M.W.Reduced recruitment performance in naturalpopulations of anadromous salmonids associatedwith hatchery-reared fish View
2012Christie, M.R.Effective size of a wild salmonid population is greatlyreduced by hatchery supplementation View
2012Christie, M.R.Genetic adaptation to captivity can occur ina single generation View
2015Falcy, MattCombining genetics and demographics in a viability model of hatchery-wild systems subject to environmental change View
2012Ford, MichaelEarly male maturity explains a negative correlation inreproductive success between hatchery-spawned salmon andtheir naturally spawning progeny View
2008Galbreath, PeterRecommendations for Broad Scale Monitoring to Evaluate the Effects of Hatchery Supplementation on the Fitness of Natural Salmon and Steelhead Populations View
2015Galbreath, PeterUse of hatchery stocks to reestablish natural populations of Upper Columbia River coho salmon View
2015Kostow, KathrynA review of ecological risks of salmon and steelhead hatchery programs View
2015Kozfkay, ChristineThe use of hatchery fish to rebuild populations of Snake River Sockeye salmon in the Sawtooth Valley basin, Idaho View
2015Missildine, BrianReform measures to minimize risk to wild steelhead populations from our hatchery steelhead programs in Puget Sound View
2015Tatara, ChrisIntraspecific competition between hatchery and wild anadromous salmonids: rethinking hatchery practices to reduce ecological interactions View
2012Tatara, Christopher P.Mechanisms influencing competition between hatchery and wild juvenile anadromous Pacific salmonids in freshwater and their relative competitive abilities View
2013Van Doornik, Donald M.Genetic Monitoring of Threatened Chinook Salmon Populations: Estimating Introgression of Nonnative Hatchery Stocks and Temporal Genetic Changes View
2014Warheit, KennethSummary of hatchery-wild introgressive hybridization for northern Puget Sound steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss) populations affected by segregated hatchery programs View
2016Waters, Charles D.What can genomics tell us about the success of enhancement programs in anadromous Chinook salmon? A comparative analysis across four generations View
2018White, Shannon L.Limited hatchery introgression into wild brooktrout (Salvelinus fontinalis) populations despite reoccurring stocking View
2012Wild Salmon CenterNew Pacific Salmon Research Points Toward Growing Risks from Hatchery Fish View
2014Winship, Arliss J.Fishery and Hatchery Effects on an Endangered Salmon Population with Low Productivity View
2012Zaporozhets, O.M.Some consequences of Pacific salmon hatchery production in Kamchatka: changes in age structure and contributions to natural spawning populations View

All Other Subjects

2013Audzijonyte, AstaHow fast is fisheries-induced evolution? Quantitative analysis of modelling and empirical studies View
2019Rowley, AnnSexual selection and the evolution of sperm morphology in sharks View
2013Wildermuth, Robert P.Monitoring behavior: assessing population status with rapid behavioral assessment View