Oregon Hatchery Research Center
The goal of the Oregon Hatchery Research Center (OHRC) is to answer scientific questions related to fish recovery and hatchery programs, including the differences that may exist between wild and hatchery fish, and how to better manage those differences.
The Oregon Hatchery Research Center is a cooperative research project between the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife and the Oregon State University Department of Fisheries and Wildlife.
Affiliated Marine and Wind Energy Environmental Documents
|Geomagnetic field influences upward movement of young Chinook salmon emerging from nests||Putman, N., Scanlan, M., Pollock, A.||Journal Article||Marine Energy||EMF||Fish, Pelagic Fish|
|Rearing in a Distorted Magnetic Field Disrupts the 'Map Sense' of Juvenile Steelhead Trout||Putman, N., Meinke, A., Noakes, D.||Journal Article||EMF||Fish, Pelagic Fish|
|An Inherited Magnetic Map Guides Ocean Navigation in Juvenile Pacific Salmon||Putman, N., Scanlan, M., Billman, E.||Journal Article||EMF||Fish, Pelagic Fish|
|Evidence for Geomagnetic Imprinting as a Homing Mechanism in Pacific Salmon||Putman, N., Lohmann, K., Putman, E.||Journal Article||EMF||Fish, Pelagic Fish|