The Fisheries Management Work Group is responsible for planning and coordination efforts to implement the fisheries components of the Restoration Goal. Work during 2017 consisted of assisting with broodstock collection and monitoring of potential donor populations; providing input and guidance for fisheries studies, including passage assessments; providing input and guidance for the operation of the Hills Ferry Barrier, flow scheduling and water temperature management; document preparation and submission; and technical input to various Program efforts.
The Fisheries Reintroduction and Restoration Team works closely with the Fisheries Management Work Group in coordinating and completing any permitting requirements to implement the fisheries reintroduction portion of the Settlement and associated studies. It is responsible for planning and coordination of regulatory documents and activities associated with reintroduction of fish into the San Joaquin River through the SJRRP. The members include National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration Fisheries, California Department of Fish & Wildlife, the US Fish & Wildlife Service, and Reclamation.
Placing an acoustic transmitter for tracking juvenile spring-run Chinook salmon
Passive Induced Transponder Tag Study to understand how Chinook salmon move through the San Joaquin River