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Five basic objectives of ISTM. Identify & prioritize decisions, questions, and objectives Review existing programs and designs Identify monitoring designs, sampling frames, protocols, and analytical tools Use trade-off analyses to develop recommendations for monitoring

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Five basic objectives of istm

Five basic objectives of ISTM

Identify & prioritize decisions, questions, and objectives

Review existing programs and designs

Identify monitoring designs, sampling frames, protocols, and analytical tools

Use trade-off analyses to develop recommendations for monitoring

Recommend implementation and reporting mechanisms

Salmon and steelhead monitoring

Decisions and questions

Review existing programs

Identify potential designs

Implementation recommendations

Trade-off analyses

Habitat & watershed condition monitoring

PNAMP


Five basic objectives of istm

Fish ISTM – Objective 1 Completed

  • Identified and prioritized VSP monitoring needs and fish related critical uncertainty research needs in Lower Columbia:

    • Thematically

    • Spatially

    • Temporally

    • Certainty


Five basic objectives of istm

Fry/Parr Index:Juvenile MigrantsAdult RecruitsSpawnersAge StructureMigration/Spawning TimingSexOriginFry/Parr Spatial StructureSpawner Spatial Structure

Prioritized Indicators


Filters

Filters

  • Recovery Priority

  • 3 - Primary populations (i.e. low or very low risk) are high priority

  • 2 - Contributing populations (i.e. moderate risk) are moderate priority

  • 1 - Stabilizing populations (i.e. high or very high risk) are low priority

  • Current Natural Origin Abundance

  • 3 - average of >500 natural origin spawners over last six years

  • 2 - average of 100-500 natural origin spawners over last six years

  • 1 - average of <100 natural origin spawners over last six years

  • In/Out Potential

  • 3 - High priority where existing infrastructure and methods allow for an unbiased and precise adult and smolt abundance estimates (CV < 15%) for a substantial portion of the population area (>30%)

  • 2 - Moderate priority where existing infrastructure and methods allow for an unbiased and precise adult and smolt abundance estimates (CV < 15%) for a small portion of the population area (<30%)

  • 1 - Low priority where existing infrastructure and methods do not allow for unbiased and precise adult and smolt abundance estimates (CV > 15%)

  • Special Case

  • 3 -High priority

  • 2 - Moderate priority

  • 1 - Low Priority


Five basic objectives of istm

Calculations

  • Relative Indicator Score = (Raw Indicator Score) x (Recovery Priority Score) x (Current Abundance Score) x (Fish In/Fish Out Score) x (Special Cases Score)

  • Total Species Population Score = ∑Relative Indicator Scores for a Species & Population


Objective 2 existing data gaps

Objective 2: Existing Data & Gaps

  • Confirm/finalize inventory of existing monitoring data (296)

  • Compile any important LCR datasets not already obtained (127)

  • Create data flow diagrams for each data collection effort

  • Develop metadata for each existing monitoring data collection effort

  • Develop standards for terminology (a data dictionary)

  • Document sampling protocols

  • Document data availability schedule

  • Detail current data storage, analysis, reporting & dissemination infrastructure

  • Identify needed data exchange templates for sub-regional & regional data sharing

  • Gather input on desired features of a data management system from data contributors


Five basic objectives of istm

Habitat ISTM – Objective 1 in Progress


Five basic objectives of istm

Indicators or Reporting Measures

Very High Level Indicator

High Level Indicators

Metrics

Measurements

PNAMP

Partners

(start with recovery plans)

Spatial Scales

Sampling Interval

Need/Rationale

Certainty

  • Gaps

  • Commonalities

  • Rosetta Stone


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