PNNL findings may help preserve Dungeness crab

crab abundance because salinity levels vary.

PNNL researchers will refine their salinity-entrainment model before using it to further investigate salinity in the Columbia River and what it may mean for crab.

In addition, researchers used entrainment data from a summer 2002 study and a modified dredge impact model to make predictions about the number of crab that would be lost to entrainment during the deepening project. Applying a harvest rate, they estimated that the total crab that would be lost to crab fisheries would be equivalent to about one percent of one year's landings.


Contact: Greg Koller
DOE/Pacific Northwest National Laboratory

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