ISEMP - Idaho & Oregon: Snake River Tributaries

Biomark, with support from the Nez Perce Tribe and Idaho Department of Fish and Game, installed 22 PIT-tag detection systems in rivers and streams throughout Idaho and Oregon from 2009 through 2013.  The systems, funded by Bonneville Power Administration, detect PIT-tagged anadromous salmon and steelhead as part of NOAA Fisheries Integrated Status and Effectiveness Monitoring Program (ISEMP) http://www.nwfsc.noaa.gov/research/divisions/cbd/mathbio/isemp/index.cfm.  ISEMP is a collaborative effort to evaluate populations and habitat in several major sub-basins of the Columbia River.  The data collected from Biomark PIT-tag detection systems provide valuable information about salmon and steelhead abundance.

Project Summary

Application Description:

Instream PIT-tag detection systems

Location:

Rivers and streams thoughout Idaho and Oregon

Products Used:

Transceiver: FS1001M
Antenna: 20 ft. stout pass-by
Communication: CR1000 with satellite and cellular modems
Power: Thermoelectric generators, AC battery switching power supplies and hybrid TEGs with solar

Other: Temperature and water depth loggers

Biomark PIT Tag System Locations:

 

SITE LOCATION # of Biomark Systems
Secesh River, Idaho 2
East Fork of the South Fork Salmon River, Idaho 2
South Fork Salmon River, Idaho 1
Lemhi River, Idaho 3
Joseph Creek, Oregon 1
Big Sheep Creek, Oregon 1
Imnaha River, Oregon 3
Cow Creek, Oregon 1
South Fork Clearwater River, Idaho 2
Lolo Creek, Idaho 2
Upper Salmon River, Idaho 2
Upper Grande Ronde River, Oregon 1
Wallowa River, Oregon 1

 

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