Science activity
Science activity #49856, updated 29 April 2022

Quantifying the contribution of tidal flow variation to survival of juvenile Chinook salmon

Description / purpose

The purpose of this project is to quantify how tides in the Delta influence survival of juvenile salmon. Juvenile salmon survival increases when there is more flow and the river is less tidally influenced. We hypothesize that the increase in survival is because of reduced travel times causing less exposure to predators. This project will test this hypothesis using multiple models including ones that can predict how management actions that modify tidal patterns affect juvenile salmon survival.

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Activity status

  • Awarded / Initiating (2019)
  • In progress / Ongoing (2019 - 2022)
  • Complete

Funding summary

Total allocated funding: $510,974

Label Value
Contract # or labor code 18202
Implementing organization U.S. Geological Survey [USGS]
Funding organization Delta Stewardship Council
Funding Source Delta Stewardship Council - General Fund
Date of award 2019-06-30
Date of fiscal year-end Not provided
Total award amount $510,974
State type of obligation Not provided
Federal type of obligation Not provided
Reimbursability Not provided
Procurement mechanism Contracted competitive or direct award
Annual Expenditures

2019 - $349892.00 ()

2020 - $161082.00 ()

Location

Subbasins
Delta regions

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Products and outputs

Type Title Products Description Impact
Link Tidal Wetland Restoration in the Bay-Delta Region: Developing Tools to Measure Carbon Sequestration, Subsidence Reversal, and Climate Resilience 2021 screenshot of a web-based summary of the project 0 views

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