feature (id #208):
Chum Salmon – Commercial Troll
|description||The map displays the number of chum salmon commercially caught by troll (2001-2007), displayed by salmon catch estimate areas. The spatial data also includes total number of boat days for years fished, although this is not displayed on the maps.|
|atlas page||view PDF (1.5 MB)
(This item is not in our 2010 printed atlas.)
|feature GIS data||download ZIP of shapefiles (7.3 MB)|
|Marxan metadata||view online|
|Marxan-ready data||download ZIP of shapefiles (4.4 MB)|
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for data layer: Troll Catch and Effort (separate files by year for 2001 - 2007)
custodian — Fisheries and Oceans Canada: Dwight McCullough, GIS Coordinator, OHEB
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