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Title:
San Joaquin River Restoration Program Juvenile Fall-Run Chinook Salmon Trap and Haul Study
Site:
Summary:
Reclamation proposes to implement a trap and haul study to support the NRDC, et al., v. Kirk Rodgers, et al. settlement Restoration Goal. The study would assess the feasibility of moving juvenile fall-run Chinook salmon downstream of the Restoration Area where the San Joaquin River is connected in low flow years and no migration barriers exist, and monitor fish movements in Reach 1 of the San Joaquin River during a Critical Low hydrologic water-year type where no flow pulses are available to cue juvenile salmon downstream migration in already low water conditions. To capture juvenile fish, temporary fence weirs would be installed in three locations in Reach 1 of the San Joaquin River: within 1 mile downstream of the Highway 41 Bridge, at Scout Island, and within 1 mile downstream of the Highway 99 Bridge.

Status:
02/20/2014:
FONSI signed and EA completed on February 20, 2014.

Contacts:
Becky Victorine
Phone: (916) 978-4624
Fax:

List of Available Reports
 
Report Title
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File with .pdf extension Signed FONSI, San Joaquin River Restoration Program Juvenile Fall-Run Chinook Salmon Trap and Haul Study .pdf 76.24KB 
File with .pdf extension Final EA, San Joaquin River Restoration Program Juvenile Fall-Run Chinook Salmon Trap and Haul Study .pdf 657.11KB 
File with .pdf extension Draft EA, San Joaquin River Restoration Program Juvenile Fall-Run Chinook Salmon Trap and Haul Study .pdf 1,160.23KB 
File with .pdf extension FONSI, San Joaquin River Restoration Program Juvenile Fall-Run Chinook Salmon Trap and Haul Study .pdf 200.52KB