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Tested how assisting beaver to create stable colonies and aggrade incised reaches of Bridge Creek could create measurable improvements in riparian and stream habitat conditions and abundance of native steelhead.
This recovery plan provides guidance to improve the viability of coho salmon to the point that it meets the delisting criteria and no longer requires ESA protection.
This document provides guidelines for design of stream crossings to aid upstream and downstream passage of migrating salmonids, and is intended to facilitate the design of a new
generation of stream crossings.
Study of the effects of an ephemeral beaver pond on the growth and maturity of age-2 Atlantic salmon in Eastern Canada
Influence of rainfall and beaver dams on upstream movement of spawning Atlantic salmon in a restored brook in Nova Scotia, Canada 2009
Study of how beaver dams and their effect on stream flow affect Atlantic Salmon
A policy, process, and design guide with best management practices for fish passage
Trout and Salmon Movements in Two Idaho Streams as Related to Temperature, Food, Stream Flow, Cover, and Population Density
Comparison data on temperature, food abundance, stream flow, cover and population density with trout and salmon movements.
This review summarizes how beaver impact ecosystem structure and geomorphology, hydrology and water resources, water quality, freshwater ecology, and humans and society.
Educational article on the value of beavers by the Habitat Program supporting fish habitat conservation and restoration across Alaska, Washington, Oregon, California, and Idaho. Includes video and other helpful links.
Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) smolt and early post-smolt migration and survival inferred from multi-year and multi-stock acoustic telemetry studies in the Gulf of St. Lawrence, northwest Atlantic
A study of the migration dynamics and survival of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) smolts over 14 years in Canada.
A Review of Beaver-Salmonid Relationships and History of Management Actions in the Western Great Lakes (U.S.) Region
A review of the history of beavers and salmonids in the western Great Lakes Region. They found that beaver activity is often deleterious to salmonids in low gradient stream basins but is generally beneficial in high gradient basins
Beaver dams and manmade Beaver Dam Analogs (BDA’s) on the John Day River system in OR accelerated recovery of steelhead trout.