Science activity
Science activity #49880, updated 29 April 2022

The effect of temperature on predation of juvenile salmonids

Description / purpose

This study will investigate fish swim performance in response to temperature, using salmon and two of its known predators: largemouth bass and Sacramento pikeminnow. The researcher will assess swim performance metrics and predation risk inside and outside the ideal thermal range of each species to determine if a temperature advantage predicts salmon survival in predation scenarios. This project’s results will provide a mechanistic understanding of how temperature stress may influence mortality risk of juvenile Chinook salmon through predation, which will offer a more holistic perspective on the management of this species

Linked science activities

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Activity status

  • Awarded / Initiating (2020)
  • In progress / Ongoing (2020 - 2022)
  • Complete

Funding summary

Total allocated funding: $123,868

Label Value
Contract # or labor code 19054
Implementing organization University of California - Davis [UC Davis]
Funding organization Delta Stewardship Council
Funding Source Delta Stewardship Council - General Fund
Date of award 2020-05-01
Date of fiscal year-end Not provided
Total award amount $123,868
State type of obligation Not provided
Federal type of obligation Not provided
Reimbursability Not provided
Procurement mechanism Contracted competitive or direct award

Location

Subbasins
Delta regions

Geographic tags

None specified

Products and outputs

Type Title Products Description Impact
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