Developing Ultrasound Imaging as a Fish Research and Management Tool at Reclamation's Fish Facilities

Project ID: 2817
Principal Investigator: Susan Broderick
Research Topic: Ecosystem Needs
Funded Fiscal Years: 2009 and 2010
Keywords: None

Research Question

* Can the emerging technology of ultrasonic imaging of fish be used to develop information critical for managing threatened and endangered fish for river management operations and at Reclamation's fish facilities?

The initial effort was funded in fiscal year (FY) 2008 as a scoping report. This proposal is a result of that scoping effort.

This applied research and information transfer proposal would adapt ultrasonic imaging of fish to the specific needs of Reclamation fisheries biologists and facilities managers.

Need and Benefit

None listed-

Contributing Partners

Contact the Principal Investigator for information about partners.

Research Products

Bureau of Reclamation Review

The following documents were reviewed by experts in fields relating to this project's study and findings. The results were determined to be achieved using valid means.

Using Ultrasound as a Tool for Fish Research and Management (final, PDF, 322KB)
By Susan Broderick
Publication completed on September 30, 2010

This bulletin summarizes the research results and potential application to Reclamation's mission.

Not Reviewed

The following documents were not reviewed. Statements made in these documents are those of the authors. The findings have not been verified.

Using Ultrasound as a Tool for Fish Research and Management (interim, PDF, 587KB)
By Susan Broderick
Report completed on June 12, 2012

Knowledge Stream has been completed and can serve as an abstract.

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Last Updated: 6/22/20