Item Details

Endangered Salmon: A Radio Chronicle of the Emerging Crisis, Fall 1990-Summer 1991

Reporter/Producer, Joe Cone
Format
Book; Government Document
Published
[Corvallis, Or.] : Oregon Sea Grant, c1991.
Language
English
Contents
  • Interview with Bill Bakke of Oregon Trout
  • Interview with Bill Bakke of Oregon Trout, Pt. 2
  • The evidence of the spawners
  • Examining the Endangered Species Act
  • The big ones that went away
  • When scientists become environmental advocates
  • Salmon become broadcasters in the Willamette River
  • How the salmon endangered species decision was made
  • Salmon advocate discusses endangered species issues
  • Salmon law expert sketches solutions to crisis
  • Trying to help migrating salmon at Bonneville Dam
  • Who knows the cost of recovering the salmon?
  • An Indian view of the salmon crisis
  • Predators on the Columbia.
Description
1 v. (various pagings) ; 28 cm.
Notes
  • "ORESU-F-91-002"
  • "Transcripts of the reports as they were originally produced."
Technical Details
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