Science activity
Science activity #49822, updated 29 April 2022

Problems and Promise of Restoring Tidal Marsh to Benefit Native Fishes in the North Delta during Drought and Flood

Description / purpose

The Project will improve scientific understanding of the North Delta ecosystem and to improve better basis for management and creation of restoration sites, as well as management of the region to benefit native fishes. The Project will improve scientific understanding of how fish populations are influenced by the interactions between wetlands and hydrology, geomorphology, water quality and food availability. Funding will be use to conduct water quality monitoring;hydrodynamic modeling;and fish and invertebrate surveys.

Linked science activities

None specified

Collaborators

Activity status

  • Awarded / Initiating (2016)
  • In progress / Ongoing (0 - 0)
  • Complete

Funding summary

Total allocated funding: $969,238

Label Value
Contract # or labor code None
Implementing organization University of California - Davis [UC Davis]
Funding organization California Department of Fish and Wildlife [CDFW]
Funding Source California Department of Fish and Wildlife CDFW - Prop 1
Date of award Not provided
Date of fiscal year-end Not provided
Total award amount $969,238
State type of obligation Not provided
Federal type of obligation Not provided
Reimbursability Not provided
Procurement mechanism Not provided

Location

Subbasins
Delta regions

Geographic tags

None specified

Products and outputs

None provided

Type and context

Science action area
Management themes
Science themes
Types
Science functions
None specified
Management actions
None specified
Science Topics
None specified
Lead implementing organization
Partner implementing organizations
None specified
Funding organizations
Funding programs
Funding sources