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Columbia Basin Coordinated Anadromous Monitoring Strategy Workshop. Mid Columbia Sub-Basin. October 20 & 21, 2009 Stevenson, WA. Outline. Background Information, e.g.: Number of MPGs Number of Populations Other Factors that Affect the Strategy

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columbia basin coordinated anadromous monitoring strategy workshop

Columbia Basin Coordinated Anadromous Monitoring Strategy Workshop

Mid Columbia

Sub-Basin

October 20 & 21, 2009

Stevenson, WA

outline
Outline
  • Background Information, e.g.:
      • Number of MPGs
      • Number of Populations
      • Other
  • Factors that Affect the Strategy

(e.g., landscape description, infrastructural opportunities, etc.)

  • Existing Work

(Brief narrative describing overall level of effort)

  • Overall Strategy
      • VSP
      • BiOp Requirements
      • Habitat Effectiveness
      • Hatchery Effectiveness
  • Gaps and Adjustments
1 background information
1. Background Information
  • Only steelhead listed – Mid-C steelhead DPS
  • 4 MPGs: John Day (5 subpops); East Cascades – 5; Umatilla/WW (3); Yakima MPG (4)
  • Also 10 spring chinook pops; 5 fall chinook; 2 coho; and 2 sockeye (extirpated)
4 overall strategy
4. Overall Strategy
  • VSP: Maintain moderate to high precision estimation monitoring approaches that are currently in place for abundance, productivity, spatial structure and diversity. Strengthen salmonid status and trend monitoring in the DPS, improve effectiveness monitoring, and facilitate the implementation of a regionally standardized monitoring and evaluation program.
  • BiOp:
  • Habitat Effectiveness:
  • Hatchery Effectiveness:
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4. Overall Strategy
  • VSP:
  • BiOp:
  • Habitat Effectiveness: Implement habitat monitoring to adequately assess status and trends and evaluate overall habitat actions.
  • Determine effectiveness of specific habitat actions to address key limiting factors.
  • Determine the effectiveness of habitat restoration actions and to detect fish response in the IMWs (fish in/fish out).
  • Hatchery Effectiveness:
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4. Overall Strategy
  • VSP:
  • BiOp:
  • Habitat Effectiveness:
  • Hatchery Effectiveness: Continue to evaluate the benefits and risks of supplementation by monitoring natural origin abundance, productivity, life history, and make comparisons of hatchery and natural origin fish. Develop better understanding of origin and abundance of hatchery strays.
5 gaps and adjustments
5. Gaps and Adjustments
  • Yakima – GSI approach to identify populations from adult/juv samples at Prosser for VSP
  • Further evaluate PIT arrays for population specific VSP
  • Understanding resident / anadromous dynamics
  • Where to do smolt abundance estimates and tie with habitat effectiveness
  • Refine redd surveys to identify critical distribution estimates
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5. Gaps and Adjustments
  • Umatilla – implement IMW for fish in/ fish out and Habitat effectiveness
  • John Day – expand adult abundance, fish in / fish out monitoring, and hatchery spawner estimates
  • 15 mile Cr – implement fish in/ fish out VSP monitoring
  • Deschutes - implement R/S and stray impact proposal in east side pop; conduct steelhead fall back and hatchery spawner distribution study