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coho

[′kō‚hō]
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As already mentioned, the ostensible reason for refusing water delivery to the farms and ranches is that the water must go instead to increase the water flow in the Klamath River for the "endangered" short-nose and Lost River suckers and the Coho salmon.
From January through April of this year, according to Alaska Trade Trends, Japanese imports of frozen coho were up 33.
As we saw with Nicira and networking, Coho Data is shaking up how storage has traditionally been delivered; instead of focusing on the storage hardware, it s all about using software to extract the best performance from commodity hardware, said Andreessen Horowitz General Partner Peter Levine explained.
The first segment, July 1-31, will be an "all salmon mark-selective coho fishery" in which anglers will be allowed to retain only coho with a clipped adipose fin.
Bringing more than 23 years of investment experience to Coho Partners, Ms.
Last year, the season on hatchery coho ran from July 1 through Aug.
WASHINGTON, March 8 /PRNewswire/ -- The Nasdaq Stock Market(SM) announced today that the trading halt status in Coho Energy, Inc.
But anglers recognize that summer is on its last legs by the first flash of coho salmon - the silver in Alaska's autumn.
John Kitzhaber, the National Marine Fisheries Service is giving the watershed association two years to prove that its efforts can save the coho salmon (see page 19).
Weekly consumers of Great Lakes sport fish -- primarily lake and brown trout, coho, chinook and king salmon -- may face "high" excess cancer risks from chemical contaminants, even when contaminant levels in the fish are only one-fifth those triggering state health warnings, according to researchers with the National Wildlife Federation and the Environmental Protection Agency.
Glenn Dever has been hired as President of Coho Partners, Ltd.