San Joaquin River Restoration Project
Chinook Salmon Spawning Studies
Since 2013, the USFWS Lodi Field Office and the California Department of Fish and Wildlife (CDFW) have conducted seasonal spawning studies of experimental populations of Chinook Salmon released into the upper reaches of the San Joaquin River Restoration Area (SJRRA). The data collected during these studies are used to assess the status and quality of spawning habitat and to identify spawning habitat restoration needs before volitional fish passage is restored to the upper SJRRA.
|File Size||Report Title||Year||Format|
|1.37MB||2013-2014 Fall-run Chinook Salmon Spawning Assessment within the San Joaquin River, California||2016|
|1.39MB||2015 Fall-run Chinook Salmon spawning assessment within the San Joaquin River, California||2016|