Tracy Fish Facility Improvement Program (TFFIP)
An Applied Research Program for Improving Fish Salvage at the Tracy Fish Collection Facility (TFCF)
Our goal is to develop and implement new fish collection, holding, transport, and release technology that will significantly improve fish protection at major water diversions in the South Delta region of the Central Valley of California. These research activities are funded by the Tracy Fish Facility Improvement Program (TFFIP) and are primarily performed by Reclamation fishery scientists and engineers at the Denver Technical Service Center and the TFCF, Tracy, California. Click on the links to the left to learn more about the TFCF and current TFFIP research, and to view photographs, download water quality data, and browse our collection of peer reviewed Tracy Series technical reports available as Adobe Acrobat PDF files. Scroll down to see our latest research news.
Current Research Study Plans
New Tracy Series Publications
|Technical Bulletin 2017-1||
Cathy Karp, Brandon J. Wu, and Kevin Kumagai. 2017. Juvenile Chinook Salmon, Steelhead, and Adult Striped Bass Movements and Facility Efficiency at the Tracy Fish Collection Facility. Tracy Technical Bulletin 2017-1. Bureau of Reclamation, Mid-Pacific Region, 81 pp.
|Vol. 54||Rene Reyes, Brent Bridges, Brandon Wu, Zachary Sutphin, Damon Goodman, Stewart Reid, Scott Porter, and Michael Trask. 2017. Pacific Lamprey Macrophthalmia Louver Efficiency at the Tracy Fish Collection Facility. Tracy Fish Collection Facility Studies. Tracy Series Report Volume 54. U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Mid-Pacific Region and Denver Technical Service Center. 29 pp.
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J. Carl Dealy, TFFIP Manager