California's Salmon and Steelhead

  FOREWORD
  ACKNOWLEDGMENTS
 expand sectionPREFACE

 collapse sectionPART ONE—  HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVES
 expand sectionChapter One—  Historical Highlights
 expand sectionChapter Two—  The Klamath River Fishery:  Early History
 Chapter Three—  North Coast Salmon and Steelhead and Their Habitat (1)
 expand sectionChapter Four—  The Passing of the Salmon
 expand sectionChapter Five—  Remember the San Joaquin

 collapse sectionPART TWO—  CURRENT PERSPECTIVES
 expand sectionChapter Six—  Why All the Fuss about Preserving Wild Stocks of Salmon and Steelhead?
 Chapter Seven—  Forestry and Anadromous Fish
 expand sectionChapter Eight—  The Red Bluff Diversion Dam
 expand sectionChapter Nine—  The Sacramento River Winter Chinook Salmon:  Threatened with Extinction
 expand sectionChapter Ten—  What's a Salmon Worth?
 expand sectionChapter Eleven—  The Human Side of Fishery Science
 expand sectionChapter Twelve—  Women and Fishing on the North Coast
 Chapter Thirteen—  The Lower Klamath Fishery:  Recent Times
 Chapter Fourteen—  The Commercial Troller
 expand sectionChapter Fifteen—  Rivers Do Not "Waste" to the Sea!
 Chapter Sixteen—  Steelie

 collapse sectionPART THREE—  RESTORATION EFFORTS:  POLITICAL-LEGAL PERSPECTIVES
 expand sectionChapter Seventeen—  The North Coast Water War:  An Interview with Peter Behr
 Chapter Eighteen—  Water and Salmon Management in the 1990s
 Chapter Nineteen—  California Hatcheries:  They've Gone about as Fer as They Can Go!
 expand sectionChapter Twenty—  Water and Salmon Management in the Central Valley
 Chapter Twenty-one—  The Century of the Farm and the Century of the Fish
 expand sectionChapter Twenty-two—  The Central Valley Project and the Public Trust Doctrine

 collapse sectionPART FOUR—  RESTORATION EFFORTS:  LOCAL PERSPECTIVES
 Chapter Twenty-three—  Sacramento River Problems and Opportunities
 collapse sectionChapter Twenty-four—  The Salmon Stamp Program
 Expansion of Yearling Chinook Facilities at Mokelumne River Fish Facility.
 Trinity River Yearling Chinook Program.
 Construction of a Trap for Squawfish at Red Bluff Diversion Dam.
 Construction of a Permanent Fish Ladder and Trap at Iron Gate Hatchery.
 Technical Assistance for Fish Culture Projects.
 Operation of Thermalito Afterbay Ponds.
 Klamath/Trinity River Hatchbox and Pond Rearing Project.
 Construction of Hollow Tree Creek Weir.
 Upper Klamath River Habitat Restoration Projects.
 Purchase of Miscellaneous Hatchery Equipment.
 Production of Salmon Restoration Video.
 Chapter Twenty-five—  North Coast Salmon and Steelhead and Their Habitat (2)
 Chapter Twenty-six—  The CCC's Salmon Restoration Project
 Chapter Twenty-seven—  For the Sake of Salmon
 Chapter Twenty-eight—  Urban Stream Restoration
 Chapter Twenty-nine—  Saving the Steelhead

 collapse sectionSUMMARY AND CONCLUSIONS

  ABBREVIATIONS
 expand sectionGLOSSARY
 expand sectionSUGGESTED READING
  CONTRIBUTORS
 expand sectionINDEX

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