Science activity
Science activity #49831, updated 29 April 2022

Review of Four Juvenile Salmon Coded Wire Tag Experiements Conducted in the Delta

Description / purpose

The US Fish and Wildlife Service, Stockton Fish and Wildlife Office, has since the mid-1980s conducted several multi-year release-recovery experiments with coded-wire-tagged juvenile Chinook salmon. The objectives of the studies were (1) to estimate survival through the lower portions of the Sacramento and San Joaquin river systems, the California Delta, and (2) to quantify the factors affecting survival. Four of these studies, listed more or less by their historical start dates, are the Delta Cross Channel, Interior, Delta Action 8, and VAMP experiments.

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Activity status

  • Awarded / Initiating (2006)
  • In progress / Ongoing (2006 - 2008)
  • Complete

Funding summary

Total allocated funding: $83,100

Label Value
Contract # or labor code SCI-06-G06-299
Implementing organization U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service [USFWS]
Funding organization CALFED Bay-Delta Program
Funding Source Not provided
Date of award 2006
Date of fiscal year-end Not provided
Total award amount $83,100
State type of obligation Not provided
Federal type of obligation Not provided
Reimbursability Not provided
Procurement mechanism Not provided

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Subbasins
Delta regions

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