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The research objectives of this program were to determine physical and biological factors influencing sockeye salmon production.
Commercial catches of Pacific salmon (Oncorhynchus spp.) in Bristol Bay and the Alaska Peninsula began in the late 1800s and, by the early 1900s, these were the largest salmon fisheries in the world.
These objectives were developed at a time when the fundamental biology of salmon was poorly known and there were no long-term studies integrating salmon and their ecosystems in a holistic manner.
Many basic techniques for counting salmon and understanding their life-history patterns were developed at these camps, and the data were used for the management of the salmon runs.
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