Series 3: Salmon Biology

WW 13 Life Styles of the Rich and Anadromous  
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WW 14 Speciation of Pacific Salmon  
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WW 15 The Varieties of Salmon Life Histories  
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WW 16 Salmon Ecology  
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WW 17 A Life History in Detail- Coho Salmon  
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WW 18 Salmon Forest  
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Resources for this series:
 
Alaska’s Wild Salmon, ADFG, 2002,  Available from Alaska Department of Fish and Game.  See chapters 1 and 2
 
Alaska Wildlife Curriculum: Alaska Forests and Wildlife, ADFG 1999.  Available from Alaska Department of fish and game
 
Alaska Seas and Rivers Curriculum, http://seagrant.uaf.edu/marine-ed/curriculum/
Adapt Grade 3 Investigation 3: A Salmon’s Life Journey
Investigation 4: Fish Finders: Could Salmon Live Here?
 
 Project Wild Aquatic, Council for Environmental Education, 2000
 Fishy Who’s Who p. 8
  Hooks and Ladders, p.43 migration game
  Sockeye Scents, p. 61 simulation of migration
 
Salmon Forest, David Suzuki, Greystone Books, 2003

“The Salmon Forest”, a video by Bullfrog films.


Salmon in the Trees: Life in Alaska’s Tongass Rainforest, Amy Gulick, Mountaineers Books, 2010

 

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