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UncertaintyUnder what conditions is delayed mortality (e.g., multiple dam passages) related to downstream migration through the hydrosystem, and what is the magnitude of that delayed mortality?
ThemeHydrosystem flow and passage operations
SubthemeIn-river versus transportation - delayed mortality
Sources ISAB 2011-3: Review of Three FPC Technical Memos
ISAB 2012-1: Follow-Up Review of FPC and CSS analyses of latent mortality
NPCC 2009 Science Policy Exchange - Ferguson
NPCC 2006-3: Research Plan 2006
Criticality Level Medium


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ID Title Sponsor Locations Purpose Emphasis Addresses
199105100 Modeling and Evaluation Statistical Support for Life-Cycle Studies University of Washington Programmatic RM and E Directly
199302900 Survival Estimate for Passage through Snake and Columbia River Dams and Reservoirs National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Hydrosystem RM and E Directly
199403300 Fish Passage Center Fish Passage Center, Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission Programmatic RM and E Directly
199602000 Comparative Survival Study (CSS) Columbia Basin Fish and Wildlife Foundation, Fish Passage Center, Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission, US Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS) Programmatic RM and E Directly
200304100 Evaluate Delayed (Extra) Mortality Associated with Passage of Yearling Chinook Salmon through Snake River Dams National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Hydrosystem RM and E Directly
198712700 Smolt Monitoring by Non-Federal Entities Fish Passage Center, Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission Programmatic RM and E Indirectly
199008000 Columbia Basin Pit-Tag Information Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission Programmatic RM and E Indirectly

last updated: Dec 14, 2015