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Alaska
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Commercial fishing
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Guatemala
Indonesia
Japan
Mexico
Native Americans
Nevada
Prince William Sound
Russia
Vietnam
Washington
PACIFIC SALMON
EXXON VALDEZ OIL SPILL
THE BERING SEA







PACIFIC SALMON (published National Geographic Magazine July 1990, and in Natalie's book Reaching Home: Pacific Salmon, Pacific People, Alaska Northwest Books, 1994. Natalie's traveling museum exhibit is booked into 2002.)

(* Indicates photographs directly related to Pacific salmon's listing as endangered species either Columbia and Snake Rivers' runs or the Sacramento River's runs. )


Life-cycle
  • *Underwater shots of eggs, alevins (larvae), fry, smolts
  • *Above water shots of fry, smolts jumping small waterfall
  • *Sockeye, chinook, chum spawning behavior
  • *Sockeye salmon jumping falls, in rapids, in shallow water
  • *Underwater spawning of pink, coho, chum and sockeye salmon
  • *Spawned out sockeye, chum, pink, coho salmon
  • *Skeletons of salmon
  • Bald eagles feeding on and fighting over salmon carcasses
  • Sea gull with mouth full of salmon tail
  • Brown bears feeding on salmon
  • Atlantic salmon in salmon farms
  • Underwater Elwha River Chinook

Habitat and habitat degradation
  • Pristine rivers in Wa., Or., B.C. and Alaska
  • Old growth forests
  • * Dams on Columbia and Snake Rivers
  • * Irrigation canals, Idaho, California
  • * Rescue of threatened-species-listed chinook from dry irrigation canal, California
  • * Rice paddies, California
  • * Aerial spraying of fertilizer over paddies, California
  • * Mining destruction, Yankee Fork of the Salmon River, Idaho
  • * Hardpan and chinook salmon, Idaho
  • Clear-cuts, British Columbia, Washington State
  • Salmon killed by toxic chemical dumped in river

Indians
  • * Dipnet fishing in front of Dalles Dam, Columbia River
  • Dipnet fishing on Klickitat River
  • * Gillnet fishing on Columbia River, Quinault River
  • Lifestyle of Indian fishermen
  • Repairing nets
  • Smoking salmon
  • First Fish Ceremony

Research
  • * PIT tagging on Snake River, electro-shocking on Snake River
  • * Winter shots of biologist floating down Idaho river counting salmon

Nose tagging, otolith marking and DNA cataloging
  • * Irrigation diversion screens on Columbia River system
  • * Barging salmon juveniles around dams on Columbia and Snake
  • * Counting salmon at Bonneville
  • * Salmon viewing rooms at Bonneville and on Yakima River and Snake
  • * Sawtooth hatchery in Idaho, others in Washington, Oregon, California, Alaska

Commercial Fishing, Alaska
  • Gillnet fishing at Bristol Bay and Cook Inlet, Alaska
  • Trolling in Southeast Alaska
  • Processing and canning salmon
  • Lifestyle of fishermen, processors, families
  • Subsistance fishwheel fishing on Yukon River

Markets and Cuisine
  • Pike Place Market sales clerk throwing salmon and displays
  • Tsukujii Central Fish Market, Tokyo, Japan--displays, auctions, buyers, sellers
  • Sashimi
  • Russian dishes

Salmon farming and ranching, Aquaculture
  • Aerials of farms Washington, British Columbia and New Zealand
  • Feeding, transporting, harvesting in Puget Sound, British Columbia, N.Z and Japan
  • Underwater photos of salmon in netpens and diver checking net
  • Hatcheries in North America, New Zealand and Japan

Sport fishing
  • Buoy 10 on mouth of Columbia River; hundreds of boats dwarfed by a tanker
  • Fishermen reeling in chinook; little girl petting 45 pound chinook; charter boats

Japan
  • Hatcheries on Hokkaido, Honshu
  • Harvesting salmon by beach seine, on fishing boat
  • Fish wheel originally from Columbia River scooping up salmon
  • Salmon cuisine at traditional restaurant
  • Ainu (Japan's native people) gillnetting and first fish ceremony
  • Children at school's hatchery and salmon museum

Soviet Union/Russia
  • Salmon trapnet commercial fishing, antiquated processing; salting; canning; gutting
  • Lifestyle of workers in small fishing town
  • Salmon cuisine
  • Soviets swimming with thousands of salmon around them
  • Native woman preparing salmon traditional way
  • Pollution in salmon stream
  • Port facilities
  • Artifacts including salmon skin coat





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