Kamchatka Steelhead Project Report

The Kamchatka Steelhead Project was developed jointly by the Ichthyology Department of Moscow State University (Russia) and the Wild Salmon Center (USA) to study and conserve steelhead, a species listed in the Red Book of Russia. In the first five years of work (1994-1998), participants in the joint program conducted expeditions on eight rivers in western Kamchatka collected a wide variety of scientific materials and data.

Historic Steelhead Abundance: Washington NW Coast and Puget Sound

The Hoh River Trust owns and manages 4,685 acres of land to provide refugia for expression of Hoh River salmonid biodiversity outside of Olympic National Park. This paper provides a thorough historic perspective from which to manage for perpetuation of steelhead as but one indicator of the larger Hoh River ecosystem.