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Dams in the Pacific Northwest Impacts on Anadromous Fish
Historic Range of Salmon 1,243 miles 212-ft Shoshone Falls 948 miles Columbia Lake 1,243 miles
Current Range of Salmon Grand Coulee Dam 596 miles Hells Canyon Dam 581 miles
Dams of the Columbia River Watershed
Downstream Passage of Salmon
Another Option for Downstream Passage: Barging and Trucking of Salmon
The Effects of Dams on Flow “Artificial Lakes”
South Fork Skykomish River
The Silencing of Celilo Falls
Hanford Reach O The last undammed, free-flowing stretch of the Columbia river left. O Despite it being a low hot desert, this stretch is a very important spawning ground for fall chinook.
Saving the Salmon River Salmon Blocked to salmon Time for dam removal?
Redfish Lake, Idaho
This project was made possible in part by a grant from Washington’s National Park Fund.
U.S. Department of Energy Pacific Northwest National Laboratory Golder Associates, Inc. Application of Geophysics to Define Hanford Fall Chinook Salmon.
Colville Confederated Tribes and the Okanagan Nation Fisheries Commission.
Assessing effects of Columbia River Basin anadromous fish flow management on the aquatic ecology of the Henrys Fork watershed A Proposal By The Henrys.
UMATILLA RIVER FISH PASSAGE OPERATIONS CONFEDERATED TRIBES OF THE UMATILLA INDIAN RESERVATION In Conjunction with Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife.
U.S. Department of Energy Pacific Northwest National Laboratory 1 Effects of Hydropower Operations on Fall Chinook Salmon Spawning Activity Geoffrey.
CONFEDERATED TRIBES OF THE UMATILLA INDIAN RESERVATION Walla Walla River Juvenile and Adult Walla Walla River Juvenile and Adult Fish Passage Improvements.
Fish and Wildlife Losses and Hydroelectric System Responsibility January 2004.
Gravel Push-up Dam Removal, Lower North Fork John Day BPA Project A Cooperative Project of: The North Fork John Day Watershed Council & The.
CONFEDERATED TRIBES OF THE UMATILLA INDIAN RESERVATION Design and Construct Design and Construct Walla Walla Hatchery BPA Project #
UMATILLA HATCHERY MONITORING AND EVALUATION PROJECT Richard Carmichael, Wes Stonecypher, Gerold Grant, and Will Cameron Project # Oregon Department.
Fishery Management Overview - Context Sponsored By: Colville Confederated Tribes Presented By: Stephen Smith.
Water, Another Important Abiotic Factor (just like soil)
Acquire South Fork Asotin Creek Property A proposal from the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation.
Imnaha River Smolt Survival and Smolt to Adult Return Rate Quantification (Imnaha River Smolt Monitoring Program) BPA Project Number Nez Perce.
Implement Wy-Kan-Ush-Mi Wa-Kish- Wit Watershed Assessment and Restoration Plan Now A Regional Support Program Sponsored by the Columbia River Inter-Tribal.
Action Effectiveness Monitoring in the Upper Columbia (Chapter 4) Karl M. Polivka, Pacific Northwest Research Station, USDA Forest Service.
Evaluate Spawning of Fall Chinook and Chum Salmon Just Below the Four Lowermost Columbia River Mainstem Dams Project PNNL.
WRIA 8 Salmon Recovery Council 2007 SRFB & PSAR Grants Project Subcommittee Report & Recommendations July 19, 2007.
Investigate Re-establishing Anadromous Fish Populations Above Man-made Barriers Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife Willamette Basin.
The effects of summer flow augmentation on the migratory behavior and survival of juvenile Snake River fall Chinook salmon Project
Restore McComas Meadows /Meadow Creek Watershed Project # Restore McComas Meadows/ Meadow Creek Watershed Project # Nez Perce Tribe Fisheries.
Middle Fork Project AQ 6 – Fish Passage Technical Study February 3, 2009.
Restoration of Columbia River Floodplain Functions to Steigerwald Lake Eric D. Anderson Ridgefield National Wildlife Refuge Complex Ridgefield, WA.
Funding Monitoring in 2006 – the Programs role in a West Coast Partnership November 16, 2005.
Pacific Northwest Emily, Izabella, Cameron, and Arda.
Risk Assessment Refinement BARRIERS TO MIGRATION Aerial Imagery Capture and Processing Derive Channel TypologiesDevelop Remote Sensing Methods Fieldwork.
Moffatt Thomas Lower Boise River Wetlands Restoration Project Sponsor:Pioneer Irrigation District Presenter: Scott L. Campbell Legal Counsel for Pioneer.
Survival Estimates for the Passage of Juvenile Salmonids Through Dams and Reservoirs of the Lower Snake and Columbia Rivers (Project ) CBFWA March.
The Pueblo American Indians of the Southwest. The Pueblo Indians were the Indians of the Southwest region. They are found in Arizona, New Mexico, the.
CSMEP Goal: Improve the quality and consistency of fish monitoring data, and the methods used to evaluate these data, to answer key questions relevant.
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