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VISION: "Working with partners to restore and maintain fish and other aquatic resources at self-sustaining levels and to support Federal mitigation programs for the benefit of the American public."

 


Fisheries Current Events:

12/20/2017 - Regional Implementation Plan for Measures to Conserve Pacific Lamprey (Entosphenus tridentatus), California - San Francisco Bay Regional Management Unit.

12/20/2017 - Performance of water temperature management on the Klamath and Trinity rivers, 2016

08/15/2017 - USFWS Arcata has developed a data set of Pacific Lamprey Historic and Current Distribution avialable on California Department of Fish and Wildlife BIOS website.

05/05/2017 - DOI has postponed all Trinity River Adaptive Managment Working Group meetings until further notice.

05/19/2016 - The Effects of Restoration on Salmon Rearing Habitats in the Restoration Reach of the Trinity River at an Index Streamflow, 2009 to 2013.

04/01/2016 - Construction, calibration, and validation of the RBM10 water temperature model for the Trinity River, northern California

12/21/2015-Regional Implementation Plan for Measures to Conserve Pacific Lamprey (Entosphenus tridentatus), California – North Central Coast Regional Management Unit

12/21/2015-Integrated Habitat Assessment of the Upper Trinity River, 2009 and Appendices

12/03/2015-Regional Implementation Plan for Measures to Conserve Pacific Lamprey (Entosphenus tridentatus), California – South Coast Regional Management Unit

11/09/2015-Regional Implementation Plan for Measures to Conserve Pacific Lamprey (Entosphenus tridentatus), California – South Central Coast Regional Management Unit

10/14/2015 - Summary of Abundance and Biological Data Collected During Juvenile Salmonid Monitoring in the Mainstem Klamath River Below Iron Gate Dam, California, 2000-2013

 

 

arrow bulletThe distribution of salmon spawning is monitored annually in the Trinity River by Trinity River Restoration Program (TRRP) partners for response on two scales. Redd distribution on a fine spatio-temporal scale is characterized for response to localized changes in channel morphology as they relate to spawning habitat. Spawning distribution on a broad spatio-temporal scale is characterized for the Program’s influence on habitats for multiple life histories expressed in spawning distribution over....More Details...

 


Last updated: April 16, 2015