Annual Report 2009

   

    

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  Appendices
 
 
Appendix 1: 2009 Scheme of                    Patrolling 
Appendix 2: Sample and Data                   Requests #1 (2009)
Appendix 3: Preliminary Russian
                  Mark Plan (2009)
Appendix 4: Summary of
                  Proposal for NPRB
Appendix 5: Report from Taiwan
Appendix 6: Sample and Data                   Requests #2 (2009)
Appendix 7: Performance Review
                  Panel Timetable
Appendix 8: News Release
Appendix 9: Meetings &                   Publications
Appendix 10: Abbreviations
 
Appendix 6

Sample and Data Requests #2 (2009)

#

Requesting Party

Requested Party

Request

Research Purpose

Contact Persons
(agency, e-mail)

Comments

 

 

C08-01

Canada

Japan

Genetic samples of sockeye salmon collected in the Bering Sea

Stock identification of sockeye salmon, especially Fraser River stocks

Terry Beacham, PBS
BeachamT@pac.dfo-mpo.gc.ca

contact with: S. Sato (shuns@fra.affrc.go.jp)
 

Japan provided the samples in Aug 2009.

K08-01

Korea

Russia

Fin clips preserved in ethanol for DNA analysis from chum salmon
20 individuals from 2 stations in the eastern Kamchatka and Okhotsk Sea
 

Comparison of genetic stocks between Korea and Russia

J.H. Park, NFRDI
marinebio@nfrdi.go.kr

contact with: N. Klovach (klovachn@vniro.ru)

Korea reminded Russia in Nov 2009.

R08-01

Russia

Japan

Alcohol preseved fin clips (for genetic analysis), accompanying scale samples (or acetete empressions) and biological data (length, wight, sex, etc.) from 100 individual chum salmon from each of 2 rivers (location - during the peak run in r. Nakasibetsu and r. Abashiri (Hokkaido)). Samples from only 1 year of 2005-2007 (preferably) period are needed. Otherwise 2008 samples are requested to be collected.
 

Identification local stocks of chum salmon

Alexander Kaev,      kaev@sakhniro.ru

Contact with: nagasat@affrc.go.jp

Japan suggested genetic sample exchanges at Japan/Russia bilateral meeting.

U07-01

USA

Japan

CTD, Thermosalinograph, chlorophyl a flourometer during 2002-2006 BASIS surveys

Develop database of oceanographic data for BASIS

Lisa Eisner, NMFS, Lisa.eisner@noaa.gov

Contact with:
azumaya@fra.affrc.go.jp
 

Japan requested L. Eisner to contact T. Azumaya.
 

U07-02

USA

Japan

Zooplankton data collected during BASIS surveys 2002-2006

Develop database of zooplankton data

Lisa Eisner, NMFS, Lisa.eisner@noaa.gov

Contact with:
azumaya@fra.affrc.go.jp
 

Japan requested
L. Eisner to contact
T. Azumaya.
 

U07-04

USA

Russia

Chum genetics from BASIS 2007 (Scales or maxillary process) and scales

Develop ocean migration models of AYK chum

Jeff Guyon, NMFS, Jeff.Guyon@noaa.gov
Kate Myers, UW (scales), kwmyers@u.washington.edu
contact with:

US cancelled this request in Nov 2009.

U07-05

USA

Russia
Japan
Canada

Steelhead genetics samples from North Pacific sampling in 2007-2010 (fin preserved in ethanol)

To learn distribution of steelhead

Sewall Young, WDFW, youngsfy@dfw.wa.gov

Contact with: S. Sato
(shuns@fra.affrc.go.jp) for Japan, M. Koval (koval.m.v@kamniro.ru) for Russia, M. Trudel for Canada

Japan provided 2007-2009 samples. Russia provided 2008 samples and noted the sample may be available in future.
 

U07-06

USA

Russia
Japan

Chinook genetics samples from cruises in 2007-2010 (fin clips)

Develop ocean migration model

Jim Seeb, UW, jseeb@u.washington.edu

Contact with: S. Sato
(shuns@fra.affrc.go.jp) for Japan, O. Temnykh (temnykh@tinro.ru) for Russia
 

Japan provided 2007-2009 samples.

U07-07

USA

Russia

Acetate impressions of historical chum salmon scales from one river with a long time series (i.e.-Anadyr River or Amur River) for 1950s-2007.  Target sample is 35 males and 35 females for each age class (0.3 and 0.4), consequently we are requesting 300 samples per return year, if available, due to the need for high quality scales and it is important that we have several scales to be able to select the scales for this study.
 

High resolution digital images of these scales will be measured to examine annual and seasonal growth over time and these data will be compared with similar data from the Yukon and Kuskokwim Rivers in Alaska.

Bev Agler, ADFG, bev_agler@fishgame.state.ak.us

Contact with: O. Temnykh (temnykh@tinro.ru)

Russia noted a set of samples is almost ready.

U07-08

USA

Japan

Acetate impressions of historical chum salmon scales from one river with a long time series (i.e.-Ishikari River) from 1950s-2007.  Target sample is 35 males and 35 females for each age class (0.3 and 0.4), consequently we are requesting 300 samples per return year, if available, due to the need for high quality scales and it is important that we have several scales to be able to select the scales for this study.
 

High resolution digital images of these scales will be measured to examine annual and seasonal growth over time and these data will be compared with similar data from the Yukon and Kuskokwim Rivers in Alaska.

Bev Agler, ADFG, bev_agler@fishgame.state.ak.us

Contact with: T. Nagasawa (nagasat@affrc.go.jp)

Japan noted the samples are available now.

U07-09

USA

Canada

Fin clips for DNA analysis from Chinook taken on cruises in US EEZ

Migration models for Chinook

Jim Seeb, UW, jseeb@u.washington.edu

Contact with: T. Beacham (BeachamT@pac.dfo-mpo.gc.ca)
 

The US cancelled this request November 2009.

U08-01

USA

Canada

Fin clips from steelhead samples for genetic baseline.  Samples in Table 1 of Beacham et al. 2004 population structure and stock ID of steelhead trout in BC  Columbia River based on microsatellite variation
 

For steelhead genetic baseline

Sewall Young, WDFW, youngsfy@dfw.wa.gov

Contact with: T. Beacham (BeachamT@pac.dfo-mpo.gc.ca)

The samples were provided by BC Department of Environment in 2009.

U08-02

USA

Russia

Acetate scale impressions of steelhead & Chinook salmon collected in 2008 in the western North Pacific & Bering Sea off Kamchatka
 

Growth study of steelhead and salmon

Kate Myers, UW
kwmyers@u.washington.edu

Contact with: A. Bugaev (KamchatNIRO)

The samples were provided in 2009.

R09-01

Russia

USA

Genetic data (fin in spirit) and standard biological data (2010) of Chum salmon from: r. Yukon 100 fish; r. Nushagak 100 fish; r. Kuskokwim 100 fish; Cook Inlet 100 fish; Prince William Sound 100 fish
 

Creation genetic baselines

KamchatNIRO, Bugaev2@kamniro.ru 

 

R09-02

Russia

USA

 Scale (impressions) & standard biological data (2009 and 2010) of Chum salmon from: r. Yukon 300-400 fish; r. Nushagak 300-400 fish; r. Kuskokwim 300-400 fish; Cook Inlet 300-400 fish; Prince William Sound 300-400 fish.
 

Stock identification in Russian EZ

KamchatNIRO, Bugaev2@kamniro.ru

 

R09-03

Russia

USA

Scale (impressions) & standard biological data (2009 and 2010) of Sockeye salmon from: r. Nushagak 300-400 fish; r. Kvichak 300-400 fish; r. Naknek 300-400 fish; r. Ugashik 300-400 fish; r. Bear 300-400 fish; r. Chignik 300-400 fish; KODIAK 600-800 fish; Cook Inlet 300-400 fish.
 

Stock identification in Russian EZ

KamchatNIRO, Bugaev2@kamniro.ru

 

 

 

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