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NOAA's Historic Fisheries Collection
Catalog of Images

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Culvert passing under road on Ditch Creek
Oregon, Ditch Creek 1980 ca.
2401 thumbnail picture
Culvert and road construction on salmon stream somewhere in the Pacific Northwest
United States, Northwest 1975 November
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A high culvert which adds to the level of difficulty of fish passage on Boulder Creek, off the North Fork of the Siletz River.
Oregon, Boulder Creek 1975 September
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A cattle enclosure at Camp Creek, tributary to the John Day River.
Oregon, John Day River 1981 October
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At first glance a meadow blooming with wild flowers. Closer inspection reveals a clear area caused by the timber management technique of clear-cutting.
Oregon, Clackamas River area 1970 August 18
2405 thumbnail picture
Clear-cut timber management along the Salmon Creek
Oregon, Salmon Creek 1975 September
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Clear-cut timber management in the Siletz River area
Oregon, Siletz River area 1975 September
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Clear-cut loggin in Mt. Hood National Forest. Clear-cut areas are seeded or planted with young trees following logging or burning.
Oregon, Mt. Hood National Forest 1967 August 2
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A large clear-cut logging operation in the Schooner Creek area of the Siletz River watershed.
Oregon, Schooner Creek 1975 September
2409 thumbnail picture
Warnicke Creek Falls. An amazing picture reminiscent of the Grand Canyon of the Yellowstone, only with clear-cut timber management.
Oregon, Warnicke Creek 1975 September
2410 thumbnail picture
Poverty Burn area of the South Fork of the Salmon River. This area contributed heavy sedimentation to the river and resulted in degradation of salmon spawning areas.
Idaho, South Fork Salmon River 1984 Summer
2411 thumbnail picture
Fall chinook salmon redds (basically nests for laying eggs) below Horn Rapids Dam on the Yakima River. Biologist on site suspected gulls were feeding on salmon fry.
Washington, Yakima River 1977 March 22
2412 thumbnail picture
Sport fisherman in a NW salmon stream
United States, Northwest 1995 Summer
2413 thumbnail picture
Sport fisherman in a NW salmon stream
Idaho, Weiser 1995 Summer
2414 thumbnail picture
Winter ice fishermen at Spangler Reservoir
1969 March
2415 thumbnail picture
Sherars Falls native American fishing platforms on the Deschutes River
Oregon, Maupin area 1975 September
2416 thumbnail picture
Sherars Falls native American fishing platforms and fish ladder on the Deschutes River
Oregon, Maupin area 1968, October 16
2417 thumbnail picture
Drift fishing for steelhead on the Queets River
Washington, Queets River 1975 September
2418 thumbnail picture
Spring chinook fishing below Willamette Falls
Oregon, Oregon City 1975 September
2419 thumbnail picture
Gill net fishing on the Columbia River
Oregon, Columbia River 1975 September
2420 thumbnail picture
McKenzie Drainage fish counting station at Leaburg Dam
Oregon, Leaburg Dam 1972 July
2421 thumbnail picture
Kokanee spawning, the landlocked variety of sockeye salmon, spawning at Waldo Lake.
Oregon, Waldo Lake 1975 September
2422 thumbnail picture
Kokanee spawning, the landlocked variety of sockeye salmon, spawning at Waldo Lake.
Oregon, Waldo Lake 1965 September 17
2423 thumbnail picture
Fall chinook sspawning in the Molalla River
Oregon, Molalla River 1975 September
2424 thumbnail picture
Fall chinook spawning in the Molalla River
Oregon, Molalla River 1975 September
2425 thumbnail picture
Coho salmon fingerlings at the Trask Hatchery
Oregon, Trask River 1973 August
2426 thumbnail picture
Coho salmon fingerlings at the Trask Hatchery
Oregon, Trask River 1975 September
2427 thumbnail picture
Chinook salmon spawners in the Elk Creek Tributary of Bear Valley Creek, a tributary of the Salmon River
Idaho, Elk Creek 1961 August
2428 thumbnail picture
A pair of steelhead
Idaho, Moose Creek, Selway area 1977
2429 thumbnail picture
Chinook spawning in the South Fork of the Salmon River
Idaho, South Fork Salmon River 1977
2430 thumbnail picture
Spawning gravel bed along Indian Riffle of the Salmon River
1975 September
2431 thumbnail picture
White areas on river bottom are redds, salmon spawning nests dug out by female chinook salmon
Oregon, North Santiam River 1975 October 3
2432 thumbnail picture
White areas on river bottom are redds, salmon spawning nests dug out by female
Oregon, Confluence of N. and S. Santiam Rivers 1975 October 3
2433 thumbnail picture
White areas on river bottom are redds, salmon spawning nests dug out by female
Oregon, Santiam River 1974 October 4
2434 thumbnail picture
White areas on river bottom are redds, salmon spawning nests dug out by female
Oregon, Santiam River 1974 October 4
2435 thumbnail picture
A winter sun setting over salmon streams of the Pacific Northwest
1977 January
2436 thumbnail picture
Culvert allowing flow of stream under road bed.
Idaho, Pahsimeroi River area 1982 Spring
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Culvert allowing flow of stream under road bed.
Idaho, Pahsimeroi River area 1982 Spring
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Culvert allowing flow of stream under road bed.
Idaho, Pahsimeroi River area 1982 Spring
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Culvert allowing flow of stream under road bed.
Idaho, Pahsimeroi River area 1982 Spring
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Debris in stream channel area
Oregon, McKenzie River, Deer Creek tributary 1972 Spring
2441 thumbnail picture
Log jam blocking Horse Creek
Oregon, McKenzie River, Horse Creek tributary 1972 Spring
2442 thumbnail picture
Cattle foul salmon streams
Oregon, Wallowa River near Joseph 1979 March
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Although identified as NW Region actions regarding Federal Energy Regulatory Commission Licenses, this map gives an idea of the many dams on both large rivers and small streams in the Pacific Northwest. There are nearly twenty major dams on the Columbia River and Snake River shown here and at least 100 smaller sites shown.
Washington, Oregon 1989 March
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Graphic showing the decimation of the salmonid population between 1850 and 1986 in the Columbia River Basin.
1986
2445 thumbnail picture
1980's graphic showing the extent of driftnet fisheries on the high seas of the North Pacific Ocean. This fishery indiscrimately caught numerous species contributed to the loss of salmon stock in the Pacific Northwest.
1986 ca.
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Water for irrigation requires dams and also reduces stream flow contributing to degradation of salmon habitat.
Pacific Northwest 1976 Summer
2447 thumbnail picture
Merwin Dam on the Lewis River
Washington, Lewis River 1976 October
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New fish ladders at the Wapato East Diversion Dam
Washington, Yakima River, Wapato Dam 1987 May 7
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The Dalles Dam
Oregon, Columbia River 1969 June

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