Nisqually Estuary Fish Ecology
#11-MISC-1016 #11-MISC-1016
Organization Nisqually River Salmon Recovery (LE)
Status Active
Schedule Start Date: 1/1/2002 End Date: 12/31/2020
Priority 1
Category Category: Non-Capital Projects
DESCRIPTION
Beach seining, fyke trapping, and lampara netting are being used to monitor juvenile salmon relative abundance and timing, habitat use, residency and growth, and co-occurence between hatchery and wild salmon. This allows us to track changes over time and evaluate the success of restoration projects. The proposed cost reflects what is needed to run the program for 4 years.
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FUNDING
Project Cost
$200,000
Proposed Funds $0
Allocated Funds $0
Expended Funds $0
Balance $0
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LOCATION
Congressional Districts:10
US WA WRIA:11 Nisqually
Nearshore Zones:2
Legislative Districts:22
Nearshore GSUs:31446-EM-2
Puget Sound Process Units:Delta NSQ
Steelhead PCH:High
USGS Level 5 Hydro Regions:Lowland
USGS Level 6 Hydro Regions:Mouth Of Nisqually River
ESA Listed Salmon/Steelhead Status:Not Warranted
ESA Listed Salmon/Steelhead DPS/ESU:Odd Year Pink Salmon - Not Warranted
Bulltrout Management Unit:Puget Sound
ESA Listed Salmon/Steelhead DPS/ESU:Puget Sound Steelhead - Threatened
ESA Listed Salmon/Steelhead DPS/ESU:Puget Sound\Strait of Georgia Coho Salmo
PSP Action Areas:South Puget Sound
ESA Listed Salmon/Steelhead Status:Species of Concern
US WA Township:T19-0N R1-0E S32
ESA Listed Salmon/Steelhead Status:Threatened
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