CRiSP Harvest Model is a user-friendly computer model that simulates the harvest of 30 chinook salmon stocks by 25 fisheries over an extended time horizon. The geographic range covered by the model extends from Southeast Alaska to the Oregon coast. Ten stocks and two fisheries from the Columbia River basin are included in the model. This is freely distributed software.
- CRiSP Harvest Model Manual
- README 2 October 1997
- Frequently Asked Questions
The online documentation in this program has not yet been fully implemented. Many of the dialog screens have no context sensitive help.
We have included the CRiSP Harvest Manual in the
Program Files/CBR/CRiSP Harvest directory.
CRiSP Harvest v3.0.6 (Windows 95/NT 32bit), released 29 October 1997, 2.2M self-extracting archive
IBM compatible computer, 486/66 Mhz, 8 MB of RAM, 10 MB available hard disk space. Note: These are minimum system requirements. The model runs best with 16 MB of RAM.
- Save to the directory of your choice when downloading.
- Double click on the self-extracting file
crisph.exeicon or launch
crisph.exefrom a Run dialog box. This creates an install directory and subdirectory in the directory in which you saved
- Open the
Install/disk1directory and double-click on the
- Follow the on-screen instructions.
- When you have finished installing CRiSP Harvest, delete the
Installdirectory and the self-extracting file