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A day after the raids, James Redd, a Blanding doctor arrested in the sweep along with his wife, committed suicide.
Our results were not able to discern if this increase in minimum temperatures impacted egg viability or spawning success, but few redds were observed, and fry production was severely limited during the drought.
One measure of ecological success is the number of redds in the river, and surveys in certain river stretches found about 400 redds after the first dam came down.
Resource managers are also concerned that nuisance blooms of didymo might inhibit adult Chinook salmon and steelhead from constructing redds or that didymo could restrict water flow through redds and impede delivery of oxygen to, and removal of metabolic wastes from, embryos and yolk-sac larvae.
Mr White said a sanctioned EAW experiment on Afon Lledr showed that a single kayak caused spawning salmon to bolt from their redds.
They lay their eggs in rivers' gravel beds called 'redds'.
Studies on salmon and sea trout redds were performed at the very end of salmonid spawning season (October--December) for the best possible assessment of salmonid nests (Moir et al.
Brown trout numbers in these rivers have not been reported but counts of spawning redds in the upper reaches of these rivers and their tributaries have noted a decrease with a move to spawn in the mid reaches of the rivers.
Bluegill redds (nests) were treated with copper sulfate in one lake in an effort to reduce the number of young produced (Beyerle and Williams 1966).
During spawning, the female digs a series of "redds", or nests, in the riffles along the gravel stream bottom for her eggs.
We have Jonesy and Redds and they have Michael Bridges and Karl Hawley.
By the same token, the CRT does not permit Canada to operate treaty storage to, for example, provide minimum flows for whitefish, or to protect trout redds in the reach of the Columbia below Keenleyside.