2002 biological evaluation of the fish screens and gradient facility at the Glenn-Colusa Irrigation District's Sacramento River pump station.

2003 biological evaluation of the fish screens at the Glenn-Colusa Irrigation District's Sacramento River pump station.

An assessment of the appraisal study of options for improving fish passage at Red Bluff Diversion Dam.

A summary of evaluations of upstream and downstream anadromous salmonid passage at Red Bluff Diversion Dam on the Sacramento River, California, U.S.A.

A-Canal fish entrainment during 1997 and 1998 with emphasis on endangered suckers.

An ecological risk assessment of diazinon in the Sacramento and San Joaquin River basins.

An evaluation of the contribution of Chinook salmon produced at the Tehama-Colusa Fish Facilities to the ocean fisheries and upper Sacramento River escapement (brood years 1973 to 1977).

An examination of the smaller benthic invertebrates in Hylebos Waterway, Tacoma, Washington.

Assessment of options for the disposition of the Tehama-Colusa Fish Facilities.

Assessment of the fish passage facilities at Lake Lodi in the Mokelumne River.

Assessment of Klamath River water temperatures downstream of Iron Gate Dam during September and October 2002.

Chinook salmon rearing in the Central Valley.

Data on daily entrainment of fry and juvenile Chinook salmon into the Tehama-Colusa (dual-purpose) and Corning Canals, California, January 1982 through December 1983.

Distribution and movement of 1976 Port Susan coho stocks.

Environmental endangerment assessment, Iron Mountain Mine.

Escapement estimation of the 1978-79 Nooksack River chum salmon run.

Estimation of the 1986 spring Chinook salmon run in Deer Creek, California.

Estimation of the 1986 spring Chinook salmon run in Mill Creek, California.

Evaluation and recommendations on the Red Bluff Diversion Dam gate 6 fish ladder.

Evaluation of a proposal for hydraulic salmonid egg deposition.

Evaluation of acoustic telemetry equipment for monitoring juvenile Chinook salmon.

Evaluation of streambed substrate in anadromous salmonid spawning habitat in Little River, California.

Evaluation of the downstream migration of juvenile Chinook salmon and steelhead in the Lower Mokelumne River and the Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta (1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999)

Evaluation of the measure of raising the Red Bluff Diversion Dam gates on improving anadromous salmonid passage based on observations of radio-tagged fish.

Evaluation of the Tehama-Colusa Fish Facilities.

Evaluation of U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service operations on Tern Island in the Hawaiian Islands National Wildlife Refuge: Recommendations for a long-term course of action.

Fish monitoring in the vicinity of the Glenn-Colusa Irrigation District Sacramento River gradient facility, 1998 – 2001 and 2003 (Pre- and Post-Construction)

Fish passage action program for Red Bluff Diversion Dam, final report on fishery investigations.

Fish passage and stress effects on juvenile Chinook salmon physiology and predator avoidance abilities.

Fisheries resources program regional office evaluation study.

Guide to upper Sacramento River Chinook salmon life history.

History and status of the lower Mokelumne River fish resource.

Important biological considerations of the proposed Shasta Dam water temperature-control device.

Initial ecosystem restoration plan for the upper Klamath River basin with focus on endangered species recovery and water management improvements.

Instream flow recommendations for fishery resources in the major rivers and streams on the Wind River Indian Reservation, Wyoming.

Is continued stocking of rainbow trout (Salmo gairdneri) feasible for Lake Sharpe Reservoir, South Dakota?

Juvenile Chinook salmon radio-telemetry studies in the northern and central Sacramento - San Joaquin Delta 2002 - 2003.

Juvenile Chinook salmon radio-telemetry study in the northern Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, January- February 2000.

Juvenile Chinook salmon radio-telemetry study in the Southern Sacramento-San Joaquin Delta, December 2000 – January 2001.

Juvenile steelhead/rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss) surveys in Los Trancos Creek, March – May 2002.

Klamath fishery science:  Controversy in the Klamath River basin.

Limnological and fishery studies on Lake Sharpe, a main-stem Missouri River reservoir, 1964-1975.

Losses of young anadromous salmonids at water diversions on the Sacramento and Mokelumne Rivers.

Measurements of total phosphorus and water temperatures in various springs, rivers, streams, and canals in the Wood River Valley, Oregon.

Merced River water temperature feasibility investigation reconnaissance report.

Merced River wing dam gravel monitoring, 2000-2002.

Mokelumne River Chinook salmon and steelhead monitoring program: Monitoring of the upstream spawning migration of Chinook salmon and steelhead (1992, 1993, 1994, 1995, 1996, 1997, 1998, 1999)

Need for updating fish protection facilities for anadromous and resident stocks in the West Coast of North America.

Population estimation of the 1977-78 winter steelhead run to the Lake Washington watershed.

Population estimation of the 1978-79 chum salmon run in the Nisqually River.

Potential injuries to anadromous fish resulting from Iron Mountain Mine hazardous substance releases - Iron Mountain Mine injury assessment, qualification, and restoration review.

Preferred spawning velocities, depths, and substrates for fall Chinook salmon in Battle Creek, California.

Preliminary assessment of anadromous salmonid resource issues in the Lower Bear River.

Preliminary assessment of increased Klamath River flows for salmon during the late summer and fall of 1994.

Preliminary assessment of potential factors limiting populations of the Lost River sucker, Deltistes luxatus, and shortnose sucker, Chasmistes brevirostris.

Preliminary assessment of streambed substrate at principal anadromous salmonid spawning areas in Little River, California.

Preliminary assessment of streambed substrate for salmon spawning in Stony Creek, California.

Preliminary investigation of fish entrainment into the A-Canal on upper Klamath Lake.

Protecting the beneficial uses of waters of upper Klamath Lake: A plan to accelerate recovery of the Lost River and shortnose Suckers.

Reconnaissance-level survey of anadromous salmonid habitat in Little River.

Resolving environmental issues in the environmental age.

Riverine habitat monitoring data in the Glenn-Colusa Irrigation District's oxbow bypass channel on the Sacramento River, 1997.

Sacramento River salmon restoration.

Salmon rearing habitats in the main stem Klamath River.

Survey of the Chinook salmon spawning substrate in the Sacramento River from the Highway 273 bridge to Keswick Dam, July-August 1987.

Tehama-Colusa Canal diversion and fishery problems study.

The effect of Red Bluff Diversion Dam on the migration of adult Chinook salmon, Oncorhynchus tshawytscha, as indicated by radio tagged fish.

The effects of delta hydrodynamic conditions on San Joaquin River juvenile salmon.

The human side of fisheries science.

Water quality and water quantity needs for Chinook salmon production in the upper Sacramento River.

1994 biological evaluation of the new fish screens at the Glenn-Colusa Irrigation District's Sacramento River pump station.

1995 evaluation of juvenile Chinook salmon transport timing in the vicinity of the new fish screens at the Glenn-Colusa Irrigation District's Sacramento River pump station.


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