KRIS Ten Mile: Chart Page
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||Lower Ten Mile
||Amphibians: Pacific Giant Salamander vs Steelhead Catch
||Caption: The chart above illustrates what correlation may exist between the number of steelhead present at a site and the number of Pacific giant salamanders captured at that site. The chart shows 251 points representing each site from 1993 to 2000. One could hypothesize positive correlation based on the similar habitat requirements of these two species, or a deviation from positive based on interspecies competition. The main purpose of this chart, however, is to examine Hawthorne Timber Company field staff claims that, where steelhead were very abundant, Pacific giant salamanders were less likely to be captured due to the saturation of netters and the priority placed on capturing salmonids. Data provided by Hawthorne Timber Company.
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