Technical Reports

These technical reports are documents published by Swinomish staff based on process, progress, or results of our scientific research.

SWIN-TR-2018-02
Greiner, C.M., J.S. Barber, and S.Grossman. 2018. Exploring different juvenile clam abundance survey methods. Swinomish Indian Tribal Community Technical Report #SWIN-TR-2018-02. 9 pp. PDF_icon_sm PDF

SWIN-TR-2018-01
Gamblewood, S.K., J. Gibson, and J. Barber. 2018. Examination of length-weight relationship in Dungeness crab, Cancer magister, within Whidbey Basin and recommendations for more robust data collection. Swinomish Indian Tribal Community Technical Report #SWIN-TR-2018-01. 11 pp. Abstract | PDF_icon_sm PDF

SWIN-TR-2015-01
Barber J.S., C.M. Greiner, and S. Grossman. 2015. Olympia oyster, Ostrea lurida, pilot project in northern Puget Sound, Washington: 2014 monitoring report. Swinomish Indian Tribal Community Technical Report #SWIN-TR-2015-01. 14 pp. Abstract | PDF_icon_sm PDF

SWIN-TR-2012-01
Barber J.S., T. Mitchell, J. Gibson, T. Hoyopatubbi, T. Gobert, and A. Ferderer. 2012. Clam population variability within a Puget Sound bivalve management region. Swinomish Indian Tribal Community Technical Report #SWIN-TR-2012-01. 32 pp. Abstract | PDF_icon_sm PDF

SWIN-TR-2010-01
Akin, S.K., and E.E. Grossman. 2010. Coast Salish and U.S. Geological Survey 2009 Tribal Journey Water Quality Project. U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2010-1143. 60 pp. PDF_icon_sm PDF

SWIN-TR-2010-02
Swinomish Tribe, Office of Planning and Community Development. 2010. Swinomish Climate Change Initiative: Climate Adaptation Action Plan. Swinomish Indian Tribal Community Technical Report #SWIN-TR-2010-02. 90 pp. PDF_icon_sm PDF

SWIN-TR-2009-01
Swinomish Tribe, Office of Planning and Community Development. 2009. Swinomish climate change initiative: impact assessment technical report. PDF_icon_sm PDF

SWIN-TR-2006-01
Swinomish Tribe, Office of Planning and Community Development, Water Resources Program. 2006. Bioaccumulative toxics in subsistence-harvested shellfish - contaminant results and risk assessment. PDF_icon_sm PDF

SWIN-TR-2005-01
Mitchell, T.A., K.J.R. Mitchell, R. LovellFord, and L. Klein. 2005. Fornsby Creek Project: Self-regulating tidegates and estuary restoration. In S. Brace and D.A. Fraser (eds). Proceedings of the 2005 Georgia Basin/Puget Sound Research Conference. PDF_icon_sm PDF

SWIN-TR-2005-02
Donatuto, J.L. 2005. Rounding the Home Stretch: Learning Experiences from the Bioaccumulative Toxics in Native American Shellfish Project. In S. Brace and D.A. Fraser (eds). Proceedings of the 2005 Georgia Basin/Puget Sound Research Conference. PDF_icon_sm PDF

SWIN-TR-2005-02
LovellFord, R.M., T.A. Mitchell, L.A. Klein, and E. Haskins. 2005. Nearshore Structure Survey of Swinomish Indian Reservation: Adapted Procedures and Preliminary Results. In S. Brace and D.A. Fraser (eds). Proceedings of the 2005 Georgia Basin/Puget Sound Research Conference. PDF_icon_sm PDF

SWIN-TR-2004-01
Mitchell, T.A. and R.M. LovellFord. 2004. Coastal Biota Survey of the Swinomish Tribal Community. In T.W. Droscher and D.A. Fraser (eds). Proceedings of the 2003 Georgia Basin/Puget Sound Research Conference. PDF_icon_sm PDF

SWIN-TR-2003-01
Donatuto, J.L. 2003. Project Design and Implementation: Bioaccumulative Toxics in Native American Shellfish. In T.W. Droscher and D.A. Fraser (eds). Proceedings of the 2003 Georgia Basin/Puget Sound Research Conference. PDF_icon_sm PDF

Technical Reports

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Publications by the Skagit River System Cooperative, a natural resource consortium of the Swinomish and Sauk-Suiattle tribes,can be found here: skagitcoop.org/documents