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Instream Flow / Viable Salmonid Populations (VSP): Workshop Summary

Publication number Date Published
08-06-016August 2008
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Author(s) Janne Kaje
Description This report provides a synthesis of the discussions at a workshop to discuss the linkage between instream flow and viable salmonid populations (VSP), and to develop the scientific
research agenda for future work in this arena, and suggests next steps for filling important gaps in the ‘toolbox’ of models and analyses that will help to inform salmon recovery efforts in the future.
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Keywords IFIM, Instream Flow Incremental methodology, partnership, instream flow