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coho

[′kō‚hō]
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"COHO is a young or newest brand of Vista Land," said Dela Cruz following the contract signing of COHO and ABS-CBN Sports+Action officials at the Mella Hotel in Las Pinas City.
All the tangible and intangible benefits truly make investing in a COHO project a smart, practical move that is well worth your every peso.
Meanwhile, Camella breathes new life into various cities in the Visayas after unveiling its Coho projects in Bacolod, Negros Occidental; Oton, Iloilo; Tagbilaran, Bohol; Dumaguete, Negros Oriental; and Talisay and Mactan in Cebu.
A recent study traced a major coho salmon die-off to contaminants from roads and automobiles brake dust, oil, fuel, chemical fluids that hitch a ride on stormwater and flow into watersheds.
Additionally, the movements of individually tagged Chinook salmon were compared with those of tagged coho salmon (Rohde et al., 2013) by categorizing receivers as detecting 1) both Chinook and coho salmon, 2) only Chinook salmon, or 3) only coho salmon.
The other mean parameters were generally statistically significant with the expected signs: the cost parameter was negative and highly significant, while all of the regulatory attributes, which arc uniform bag limits of different sizes for the three species (Pacific halibut and Chinook and coho salmon) were positive and statistically significant, suggesting there is utility to being allowed to fish (i.e., having a nonzero bag limit).
The river is home to coho salmon, a species listed as threatened under the federal Endangered Species Act, so contractors must work in the state Department of Fish & Wildlife's in-stream window of July 1 to Sept.
Businesses in Whatcom County's COHO Marina area benefitting from the Comcast network primarily offer amenities for marina and aquatic activities, including yacht sales and other ocean recreation merchandise.
Reintroduction efforts have focused on Chinook Salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha), Coho Salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch), Steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss), and Cutthroat Trout (Oncorhynchus clarki).
The new space is almost twice as large as the current shop at 700 Coho Way, owner Dan Hisey said.
"There are dead fish up and down the river." The goldstreamgazette.com said impacted are chum, coho, chinook and steelhead salmon.
In the middle, a good stretch of its 20-mile journey flows through a valley tilled with big-leaf maple, Douglas fir, and other native riparian trees; home to one of California's largest--and last--wild runs of endangered Coho salmon.