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Every year, the Department of Water Resources issues technical bulletins, reports, and other publications and media documenting the measurement, protection, use, and management of California's water resources. This DWR Publications Repository is a partial and growing list of the publications and other media produced and distributed by the Department.

In this list you find a variety of types of publications and other media ranging from print material, to audio and video files. If the publication or other media is available in electronic format, a link will point to the appropriate electronic file. In many cases, publications are only available in hardcopy and cannot be downloaded. A contact phone number and email will be provided for cases where an electronic download is not available.

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Toggle Image Action Plan for San Joaquin Fall-Run Chinook Salmon Populations 1993
Description: In recognition of the importance of restoring healthy salmon production levels in concert with the other beneficial uses in the San Joaquin drainage the SJRMP Advisory Council developed this plan.
Title and Table of Contents (PDF, 1.64 MB)
Pages 1-4 (PDF, 2.79 MB)
Pages 5-8 (PDF, 2.92 MB)
Pages 9-12 (PDF, 2.93 MB)
Pages 13-16 (PDF, 2.97 MB)
Pages 17-20 (PDF, 2.85 MB)
Pages 21-24 (PDF, 2.73 MB)
Pages 25-28 (PDF, 2.49 MB)
Pages 29-30 (PDF, 1.20 MB)
Toggle Image Angling Use Survey Of Frenchman Lake Plumas County 1992 2003 (PDF, 578 KB)
Description: Angling Use Survey of Frenchman Lake, Plumas County, 1992. Northern District Technical Information Report No. ND-03-3. Department of Water Resources. 19 pp.
Toggle Image Antelope Lake Creel Census 1979 (PDF, 217 KB)
Description: Antelope Lake Creel Census, 1978. Memorandum to Jim Ryan, Region 2, Department of Fish and Game, March 22, 1979. 7 pp.
Toggle Image Antelope Lake Creel Census (1980) 1981 (PDF, 282 KB)
Description: 'Hinton, Ralph N. Antelope Lake Creel Census, 1980. Memorandum to Jim Ryan, Region 2, Department of Fish and Game. 11 pp.
Toggle Image Antelope Lake Creel Census (1986) 08/20/1987 (PDF, 278 KB)
Description: Hinton, Ralph N. Antelope Lake Creel Census - 1986. Memorandum to Jim Ryan, Region 2, Department of Fish and Game, dated August 20, 1987. 9 pp.
Toggle Image Antelope Lake Creel Census (Color) 2005 06/30/2006 (PDF, 2.00 MB)
Description: 2005 Creel Census at Antelope Lake. Memorandum to Kathy Hill, Region 2, DFG (and others). 12 pp.
Toggle Image Antelope Lake Creel Census 1995 03/13/1996 (PDF, 160 KB)
Description: Rischbieter, Douglas. 1996. Antelope Lake Creel Census - 1995. Memorandum to Patrick O'Brien, Region 2, Department of Fish and Game. 4 pp.
Toggle Image Antelope Lake Creel Census 1999 11/25/2003 (PDF, 1.33 MB)
Description: 1999 Antelope Lake Creel Census. Memorandum to Kathy Hill, Region 2, DFG (and others). 5 pp.
Toggle Image Antelope Lake Creel Census 2002 12/02/2003 (PDF, 201 KB)
Description: 2002 Antelope Lake Creel Census. Memorandum to Kathy Hill, Region 2, DFG (and others). 7 pp.
Toggle Image Battle Creek Salmon and Steelhead Restoration Project 05/01/2000 (PDF, 13.33 MB)
Description: This DWR Division of Planning and Local Assistance report provides concept level engineering information on fish passage solutions at Eagle Canyon Diversion and North Battle Creek Feeder Diversion on North Fork Battle Creek, and Inskip Diversion on South Fork Battle Creek, Shasta County, California.
Toggle Image Bulletin 250: Fish Passage Improvement Report 2005
Description: Bulletin 250 is a joint interagency document prepared through CALFED's Ecosystem Restoration Program, which identifies potential fish passage impediments and ongoing activities that address fish passage barriers within and outside of the Fish Passage Improvement Program geographic scope.
Toggle Image Calaveras River Fish Migration Barriers Assessment Report 2007
Description: This publication provides an inventory and evaluation of potential barriers downstream of New Hogan Dam on the Calaveras River, the Mormon Slough flood control channel, and the Stockton Diverting Canal. In addition, the report includes possible solutions to aid fish passage at the different types of barriers found in the system.
Toggle Image Clear Creek Fishery Study 03/01/1986 (PDF, 17.72 MB)
Description: This report describes the Department's study and presents suggestions for rehabilitation of the fishery and enhancement of recreational opportunities in the Clear Creek area.
Toggle Image Comprehensive Needs Assessment For Chinook Salmon Habitat Improvement Projects In The San Joaquin River Basin 1994
Description: This 93 page report was written by the Department of Water Resources, San Joaquin District for the Department of Fish and Game. It identifies types and locations of projects that can be constructed to improve salmon habitat on the Stanislaus, Tuolumne, and Merced Rivers.
Main Body (PDF, NA)
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Toggle Image Contribution of Frenchman Lake Spill to the Fishery of Little Last Chance Creek 12/01/1998 (PDF, 8.15 MB)
Description: DWR staff counted the fish emigrating from Frenchman Lake through the spillway and evaluated the effect of this phenomenon.
Toggle Image DWR News Fall 1999 09/01/1999 (PDF, 13.04 MB)
Description: DWR News magazine was a quarterly magazine containing information about DWR activities. In Winter 2004, it was combined with the DWR People newsletter to create the DWR NEWS/People magazine.
Toggle Image DWR News People Spring 2004 03/01/2004 (PDF, 3.59 MB)
Description: DWR NEWS/People magazine was created with the Winter 2004 edition, and is a combination of DWR NEWS magazine and DWR People newsletter. This quarterly magazine contains information about DWR activities and employees.
Toggle Image DWR News People Spring 2007 03/01/2007 (PDF, 3.63 MB)
Description: DWR NEWS/People magazine was created with the Winter 2004 edition, and is a combination of DWR NEWS magazine and DWR People newsletter. This quarterly magazine contains information about DWR activities and employees.
Toggle Image DWR News People Spring/Summer 2009: Solving the San Joaquin Valley's Agricultural Drainage Problems 06/10/2009 (PDF, 4.33 MB)
Description: The DWR NEWS/People issue features DWR's San Joaquin Valley Drainage Program and its focus on achieving effective drainage water management through monitoring & evaluation, treatment of drainage water & its salts, Integrated On-Farm Drainage Management, real-time water quality monitoring, drainage reduction, and environmental services activities.
Toggle Image DWR News People Summer 2007 06/01/2007 (PDF, 5.34 MB)
Description: DWR NEWS/People magazine was created with the Winter 2004 edition, and is a combination of DWR NEWS magazine and DWR People newsletter. This quarterly magazine contains information about DWR activities and employees.
Toggle Image DWR News People Winter 2004-2005 2005 (PDF, 871 KB)
Description: DWR NEWS/People magazine was created with the Winter 2004 edition, and is a combination of DWR NEWS magazine and DWR People newsletter. This quarterly magazine contains information about DWR activities and employees.
Toggle Image DWR News People Winter 2006-2007 2007 (PDF, 3.49 MB)
Description: DWR NEWS/People magazine was created with the Winter 2004 edition, and is a combination of DWR NEWS magazine and DWR People newsletter. This quarterly magazine contains information about DWR activities and employees.
Toggle Image DWR News People Winter 2008 01/03/2008 (PDF, 3.62 MB)
Description: DWR NEWS/People magazine was created with the Winter 2004 edition, and is a combination of DWR NEWS magazine and DWR People newsletter. This quarterly magazine contains information about DWR activities and employees.
Toggle Image DWR News Spring 1995 03/01/1995 (PDF, 4.29 MB)
Description: DWR News magazine was a quarterly magazine containing information about DWR activities. In Winter 2004, it was combined with the DWR People newsletter to create the DWR NEWS/People magazine.
Toggle Image DWR News Spring 1996 03/01/1996 (PDF, 4.04 MB)
Description: DWR News magazine was a quarterly magazine containing information about DWR activities. In Winter 2004, it was combined with the DWR People newsletter to create the DWR NEWS/People magazine.
Toggle Image Daguerre Point Dam Fish Passage Improvement Project - 2002 Water Resources Studies 2003 (PDF, 4.29 MB)
Description: The purpose of this report is to summarize and analyze the available hydrologic (including groundwater and flooding), hydraulic, and sediment data for the lower Yuba River. In addition, this report will investigate the present conditions on the river to provide a foundation for the subsequent environmental document that will be prepared for the Fish Passage Improvement Program.
Toggle Image Daguerre Point Dam Fish Passage Improvement Project - Analysis of Potential Benefits to Salmon and Steelhead from Improved Fish Passage at Daguerre Point Dam 2003 (PDF, NA)
Description: The purpose of this report is to examine available data on habitat conditions, flow, passage and spawning above and below Daguerre Point Dam to address these aforementioned hypotheses. Based on this review, the report then analyzes the potential benefits or impacts of improved passage at the dam. These benefits/impacts depend on factors directly related to passage and to the indirect effects of various alternatives on both passage and habitat conditions in the Lower Yuba River.
Toggle Image Deer Creek Water Exchange Pilot Program Summary Report 12/01/2003 (PDF, 7.65 MB)
Description: This summary report was prepared by the Department of Water Resource, Northern District, Groundwater Section, on behalf of the Deer Creek Water District. It was prepared under the direct supervision of Toccoy Dudley, Chief of the Northern District Groundwater Section, Registered Geologist No. 3732, and was written by Dan McManus, Registered Geologist No.6261, in accordance with the provisions of the Geologist and Geophysicists Act of the State of California.
Toggle Image Emigration of Fish From Antelope Reservoir During Periods of Spill 10/01/1996 (PDF, 6.38 MB)
Description: DWR staff counted and evaluated the emigration of fish from Antelope Reservoir through the spillway
Toggle Image Estimated Fishing Use And Catch At Antelope Reservoir Plumas County (1979) 1980 (PDF, 1.01 MB)
Description: Estimated Fishing Use and Catch at Antelope Reservoir, Plumas County, 1979. Northern District Technical Information Report No. 80-2. Department of Water Resources. 24 pp.
Toggle Image Evaluation of a Revised Operation for Antelope Reservoir 10/01/1981 (PDF, 16.41 MB)
Description: Evaluation of a revised operation for Antelope reservoir.
Toggle Image Feather River Fish Hatchery 06/01/2001 (PDF, 530 KB)
Description: The hatchery began its operations in 1967 to compensate for spawning grounds lost when Oroville Dam was constructed. The brochure explains how the different hatchery facilities work and what happens during the artificial spawning operations. It provides visitors with a self-guided tour of the hatchery. One side shows a step-by step overview of the hatchery operations. The other side shows the life cycle of chinook salmon.
Toggle Image Fish Passage Improvement Report (Bulletin 250) 2005
Description: Bulletin 250 is a joint interagency document prepared through CALFED's Ecosystem Restoration Program, which identifies potential fish passage impediments and ongoing activities that address fish passage barriers within and outside of the Fish Passage Improvement Program geographic scope.
Toggle Image Fisheries Monitoring Indian Creek Plumas County 2005 2006 (PDF, NA)
Description: Lester, Aric. Fisheries Monitoring Indian Creek, Plumas County, 2005. Northern District Technical Information Report No. ND-06-01 Department of Water Resources. 23 pp.
Toggle Image Fishes of the Lake Oroville Area 06/01/2008 (PDF, 1.19 MB)
Description: The Lake Oroville Area encompasses five main bodies of water: Lake Orovile, Thermalito Forebay and Diversion Pool, Thermalito Afterbay, Feather River downstream from Lake Oroville, and Oroville Wildlife Area. Locations are noted for each fish species. Poster also denotes introduced species. Fish images are not to scale.
Toggle Image Frenchman Lake Creel Census 1992 2003 (PDF, 159 KB)
Description: 1992 Frenchman Lake Creel Census. Memorandum to Kathy Hill, Region 2, DFG (and others) dated November 21, 2003. 4 pp.
Toggle Image Frenchman Lake Creel Census 1996 11/24/2003 (PDF, 82 KB)
Description: 1996 Frenchman Lake Creel Census. Memorandum to Kathy Hill, Region 2, DFG (and others). 4 pp.
Toggle Image Frenchman Lake Creel Census 2000 11/25/2003 (PDF, 128 KB)
Description: 2000 Frenchman Lake Creel Census. Memorandum to Kathy Hill, Region 2, DFG (and others). 4 pp.
Toggle Image Frenchman Lake Creel Census 2003 12/04/2003 (PDF, 128 KB)
Description: 2003 Frenchman Lake Creel Census. Memorandum to Kathy Hill, Region 2, DFG (and others). 4 pp.
Toggle Image Frenchman Reservoir Creel Census (1988) 08/31/1989 (PDF, 170 KB)
Description: Hinton, Ralph N. Frenchman Reservoir Creel Census - 1988. Memorandum to Jim Ryan, Region 2, Department of Fish and Game. 9 pp.
Toggle Image IEP - 1995.0728 Science Advisory Group Long Term Monitoring Review July 28, 1995 07/28/1995 (PDF, 24 KB)
Description: The Science Advisory Group is unanimous in its support for the long term monitoring components of the IEP. Monitoring activities, beginning in the 1960's have produced an invaluable set of observations to document changes in water quality, habitats, and populations of valued species. Although many complex problems remain unresolved, the Bay-Delta ecosystem is one of the best understood and most comprehensively studied estuarine ecosystems in the U.S. as a result of IEP. IEP data are the basis for the public's growing concern for the health of the Bay-Delta and its living resources; it has been critical in detecting the arrival of exotic species and in understanding their ecosystem-level effects; and it is the basis for environmental standards to protect this unique ecosystem.The IEP has made clear efforts in recent years to adapt.
Toggle Image IEP - 1999 Report of the 1980-1995 Fish, Shrimp, and Crab Sampling in the San Francisco Estuary, California 11/01/1999
Description: Before 1980, little scientific information was available to set water quality standards for the protection of the fish and invertebrates of San Francisco and San Pablo bays. In 1979, the Interagency Ecological Program (IEP) designed a plan to collect biological and physical data from South San Francisco Bay to the west delta. The State Water Resources Control Board (SWCRB) approved this plan and the Bay-Delta Division of the California Department of Fish and Game (CDFG), operating as part of the IEP, set the plan in action. The objective of the study was to determine the effects of freshwater outflow from the delta on the abundance and distribution of marine and estuarine fishes, shrimps, and crabs and use this knowledge to understand the volume and timing of freshwater outflow that is necessary for their well-being.
Toggle Image IEP - 2002.0522 Science Advisory Group May 22, 2002 Review of Environmental Monitoring Program 05/22/2002 (PDF, 204 KB)
Description: A core element of the Interagency Ecological Program (IEP) is the Environmental Monitoring Program (EMP), mandated by the State Water Resources Control Board to document the changing status of water quality and biological communities in the Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta and downstream embayments of San Francisco Bay. Sustained, uninterrupted operation of the EMP for over 30 years is a remarkable achievement that in many ways serves as a model of successful state-federal partnership in environmental monitoring, providing one of the longest and most valuable records of combined water quality-biological monitoring in the U.S. Members of the IEP Science Advisory Group (SAG), including outside specialists recruited for the EMP technical review, unanimously endorsed the Environmental Monitoring Program.
Toggle Image IEP - 2003.0807 EMP Response to 2002 IEP SAG Review 08/07/2003 (PDF, 1.53 MB)
Description: The IEP Science Advisory Group (SAG) provided an independent scientific review of the IEP Environmental Monitoring Program (EMP) as part of this program’s 2001-2002 comprehensive programmatic review. Here, the EMP review core team (including Wim Kimmerer) provides a written response to the SAG review dated May 22, 2002. The core team is particularly thankful for SAG comments regarding the basis for the EMP. These comments led to an intense and productive exploration of program aims and the conceptual basis for the EMP sampling design, yielding a much improved basis for the program and sampling design. As its “primary recommendation,” the SAG called for the EMP to focus on rapidly turning data into useful products by increasing the program’s "human intellectual investment" and working with outside researchers.
Toggle Image IEP - 2004.1201 Long-term Fish Monitoring Program Element Review 12/01/2004 (PDF, 2.79 MB)
Description: In spring 2004, we initiated a review of the Interagency Ecological Program fish monitoring program elements on behalf of the IEP Management Team. These elements constitute a substantial portion of IEP’s overall monitoring efforts. They represent some of IEP’s longest standing monitoring elements (also referred to as surveys) collecting data used for decades by scientists and resource managers throughout the San Francisco Estuary. As requested, this is a programmatic review to assemble relevant information that can help in the ongoing management and implementation of IEP. In addition, IEP management expects to use this information in decisions about performing more in-depth reviews of program elements and in setting overall program priorities and resource commitments.
Toggle Image IEP - 2006.0505 Delta Smelt Review-Science Advisory Group Report 05/05/2006 (PDF, 78 KB)
Description: On April 13/14, the IEP Science Advisory Group (SAG) met with IEP staff to review the current IEP effort monitoring and studying delta smelt. The purpose of this meeting was to examine current sampling programs and strategies with regard to their utility and value towards understanding what factors influence the health, i.e. the abundance, of delta smelt populations, and hence towards managing water project operations in the Delta that affect delta smelt. This report summarizes the key findings that the SAG believes deserve the most attention by IEP, including: 1. Delta smelt review epitomizes what IEP can and should accomplish.; 2. The power of collaboration; 3. Existing monitoring program needs to be continued with wome critical re-evaluation; 4. Use of data in management actions; 5. It's more of a POD than just a delta smelt issue.
Toggle Image IEP - 2006.0505.2 Science Advisory Group Report on the SAG's 2005-2006 Programmatic Review of IEP's Delta Smelt Program 05/05/2006 (PDF, NA)
Description: This document is comprised of two distinct but interrelated parts: (1) An independent review by the Scientific Advisory Group (SAG) of the Interagency Ecological Program’s delta smelt work that includes the SAG’s recommendations for improving the work and; (2) The IEP’s draft response to the findings and recommendations contained in the SAG Report. The SAG Report appears in its unaltered original font and formatting and the IEP draft responses to each recommendation are shown in bold. Cited references appear at the end of this document. The purpose was to examine current sampling programs and strategies with regard to their utility and value towards understanding what factors influence the health, i.e. the abundance, of delta smelt populations, and hence towards managing water project operations in the Delta that affect Delta Smelt.
Toggle Image IEP - 2008.0404 Moving the Interagency Ecological Program Into the Future, CALFED ISB, April 4, 2008 04/04/2008 (PDF, NA)
Description: As part of its mandate to oversee the quality and use of Science in the Bay-Delta system, the CALFED Independent Science Board (ISB) has been conducting a broad review of the Interagency Ecological Program (IEP). The goal of this effort is to promote innovation in and modernization of the program as well as integration with efforts outside of the Delta. Most importantly, the ISB feels strongly that on-going planning efforts such as Delta Vision and the Bay-Delta Conservation Plan must begin incorporating monitoring and research in general, and the IEP specifically, into their strategic planning. We encourage you, as IEP Directors, to engage with Delta Vision, BDCP and the CALFED Science Program in this regard.
Toggle Image IEP - 2008.0717 Response to CALFED ISB report "Moving the IEP into the Future" 07/17/2008 (PDF, 1.53 MB)
Description: This is a response to a April 4, 2008 letter to the Interagency Ecological Program (IEP) Directors regarding the CALFED Independent Science Board's (ISB) recommendations for the Future. Some of the ISB's recommendations are related to activities the IEP already performs, or that it could accomplish through its existing governance structure and funding sources. These include expanding data analysis and publications capabilities; increasing integration and collaboration with other monitoring and research programs within and outside the Delta; strategically analyzing current monitoring efforts, including protocols and locations; and increasing periodic, independent review of program elements and assessing the program's response to those review. Other ISB recommendations are beyond the current IEP scope and the BDCP may be able to help.
Toggle Image Iron Canyon and Bear Hole Fish Passage Project on Big Chico Creek Prelim Engineering Technical Rpt 04/01/2002 (PDF, 14.46 MB)
Description: This report summarizes the findings of the DWR preliminary engineering investigation of fish passage solutions at Iron Canyon and Bear Hole on Big Chico Creek in Upper Bidwell Park in Chico, California. Included in this report are preliminary design drawings and cost estimates for project alternatives, discussion of the physical and operational characteristics of the alternatives, and a summary of construction issues and final design criteria.
Toggle Image Lake Davis Creel Census 1986 11/17/2003 (PDF, 542 KB)
Description: 1986 Lake Davis Creel Census. Memorandum to Arthur Thrapp, Central District, DWR (and others) 6 pp.
Toggle Image Lake Davis Creel Census 1994 1996 (PDF, 215 KB)
Description: Rischbieter, Douglas. Lake Davis Creel Census - 1994. Memorandum to Patrick O'Brien, Region 2, DFG, dated March 13, 1996. 5 pp.
Toggle Image Lake Davis Creel Census 1997 01/28/1998 (PDF, 178 KB)
Description: Lake Davis Creel Census. Memorandum to Patrick O'Brien, Region 2, DFG. 4 pp.
Toggle Image Lake Davis Creel Census 1998 2003 (PDF, 132 KB)
Description: Hinton, Ralph N. 1998 Lake Davis Creel Census. Memorandum to Kathy Hill, Region 2, DFG (and others) dated October 8, 2003. 4 pp.
Toggle Image Lake Davis Creel Census 2000 05/16/2007 (PDF, 2.65 MB)
Description: Hinton, Ralph N. 2007a. Lake Davis Creel Census 2000. Memorandum to Ivan Paulsen, Region 2, DFG (and others). 9 pp.
Toggle Image Lake Davis Creel Census 2001 10/08/2003 (PDF, 4.15 MB)
Description: 2007e. Lake Davis Creel Census 2001. Memorandum to Ivan Paulsen, Region 2, DFG (and others) dated July 18, 2007. 14 pp.
Toggle Image Lake Davis Creel Census 2002 05/22/2007 (PDF, 2.27 MB)
Description: 2007b. Lake Davis Creel Census ? 2002. Memorandum to Ivan Paulsen, Region 2, DFG (and others). 7 pp.
Toggle Image Lake Davis Creel Census 2003 (Revised) 07/10/2007 (PDF, 2.56 MB)
Description: 2007d. Revised Lake Davis Creel Census ? 2003. Memorandum to Ivan Paulsen, Region 2, DFG (and others). 8 pp.
Toggle Image Lake Davis Creel Census 2004 11/29/2004 (PDF, 122 KB)
Description: Hinton, Ralph N. 2004 Lake Davis Creel Census. Memorandum to Kathy Hill, Region 2, DFG (and others). 4pp.
Toggle Image Lake Davis Creel Census 2006 06/20/2007 (PDF, 2.25 MB)
Description: 2007c. Lake Davis Creel Census 2006. Memorandum to Ivan Paulsen, Region 2, DFG (and others) dated June 20, 2007. 8 pp.
Toggle Image Lake Davis Creel Census 2007 10/17/2007 (PDF, 2.44 MB)
Description: 2007g. Lake Davis Creel Census - 2007. Memorandum to Ivan Paulsen, Region 2, DFG (and others). 10 pp.
Toggle Image Lake Davis Creel Census Color 1986 11/17/2003 (PDF, 1.31 MB)
Description: 1986 Lake Davis Creel Census. Memorandum to Arthur Thrapp, Central District, DWR (and others). 6 pp.
Toggle Image Lake Davis: Structures To Prevent The Spread Of Nuisance Fish From Lake Davis California 2000 (PDF, 577 KB)
Description: Rischbieter, Douglas B.C. 2000. Structures to Prevent the Spread of Nuisance Fish From Lake Davis, California. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 20: 784-790.
Toggle Image Lake Perris 09/01/1997
Description: The SWP’s southernmost reservoir is explained in this publication, which also discusses the benefits it provides such as water storage and fish and wildlife enhancement. Lake Perris is also one of the most heavily used recreational lakes in the State Park system.
This publication is not available electronically. To inquire further, please contact:
Publications Clerk at (916) 653-1097 or imr-publications@water.ca.gov.
Toggle Image Lower Butte Creek - Sutter Bypass DWR Pumping Plants Fish Screening Project 08/01/2004 (PDF, 20.05 MB)
Description: The objective of this project is to reduce losses of adult and juvenile anadromous fish from the Sutter Bypass East Borrow Canal, which is part of the Lower Butte Creek stream system. Proposed structural modifications to the pumping plants include constructing juvenile fish screens and adult fish exclusion barriers at each of the three pumping plant sites.
Toggle Image Lower Butte Creek - Sutter Bypass Weir No. 2 Fish Passage Project Prelim Engineering Technical Rpt 12/01/2003 (PDF, 17.61 MB)
Description: This report summarizes the findings of the DWR preliminary engineering investigation of fish passage solutions at Lower Butte Creek - Sutter Bypass, Weir No. 2 near Yuba City, California. Included in the report are preliminary design drawings and cost estimates for project alternatives, discussion of the physical and operational characteristics of the alternatives, summary of construction issues and final design criteria.
Toggle Image Lower Butte Creek - Sutter Bypass Willow Slough Weir Fish Passage Project 02/01/2005 (PDF, 7.80 MB)
Description: This report summarizes the findings of the California Department of Water Resources priliminary engineering investigation of fish passage solutions at Lower Butte Creek - Sutter Bypass, Willow Slough Weir near Yuba City, California.
Toggle Image Merced River Gravel Augmentation Project Monitoring Report 12/01/2004 (PDF, 7.84 MB)
Description: The Merced Hatchery Project is on the Merced River near Snelling, just below the Crocker-Huffman dam. Originally constructed in 1991, the project consisted of excavation and replacement of bed material in approximately 400 feet of channel to improve salmon spawning conditions. The project has since evolved into a gravel replenishment site, with about 200 feet of the channel being periodically filled with suitable spawning material.
Toggle Image Merced River Salmon Habitat Enhancement Project Final Initial Study/Environmental Assessment 03/01/2001 (PDF, 9.33 MB)
Description: The Merced River Salmon Habitat Enhancement project involves habitat enhancement and restoration of approximately 4.5 miles of the Merced River centered about the Highway 59 crossing.
Toggle Image Merced River Salmon Habitat Enhancement Project Phase II - Ratzlaff Reach, Spring 2001 Geomorphic Monitoring Report 03/27/2002 (PDF, NA)
Description: This report summarizes the monitoring activities on the Ratzlaff Reach during the years 2000 and 2001. The project was originally constructed in 1999 and is subject to an ongoing monitoring program and periodic reporting.
Toggle Image Merced River Salmon Habitat Enhancement Project Phase III - Robinson Reach Engineering Report 06/01/2001
Description: This phase of the Merced River Salmon Habitat Enhancement Project (MRSHEP) is located on the Merced River between river miles 42 and 44, just upstream of the Highway 59 bridge. It consists of two of the five reaches of the MRSHEP, plus an adjacent 2000 foot reach upstream. The project was originally approved for funding under the Delta Pumping Plant Fish Protection (Four Pumps) Agreement, CALFED, and by the Department of Fish and Game (Proposition 70 Funds) in 1998.
Main Body (PDF, 9.93 MB)
Appendix A (PDF, 7.26 MB)
Appenidx B (PDF, 425 KB)
Appendix C (PDF, 4.13 MB)
Appendix D (PDF, 6.84 MB)
Appendix E (PDF, 1.66 MB)
Appendix F (PDF, 2.12 MB)
Appendix G (PDF, 1.82 MB)
Appendix H (PDF, 9.97 MB)
Appendix I (PDF, 644 KB)
Appendix J (PDF, 120 KB)
Appendix K (PDF, 3.99 MB)
Toggle Image Merced River Salmon Habitat Enhancement Project Phase III - Robinson Reach, Final Engineering and Construction Report 08/01/2002
Description: This phase of the Merced River Salmon Habitat Enhancement Project (MRSHEP) is located on the Merced River between river miles 42 and 44, just upstream of the Highway 59 bridge. It consists of two of the five reaches of the MRSHEP, plus an adjacent 2000 foot reach upstream. The project was originally approved for funding under the Delta Pumping Plant Fish Protection (Four Pumps) Agreement, CALFED, and by the Department of Fish and Game (Proposition 70 Funds) in 1998.
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Toggle Image Mercury Contamination in Fish from Northern California Lakes and Reservoirs 07/01/2007 (PDF, 387 KB)
Description: Mercury Contamination in Fish from Northern California Lakes and Reservoirs
Toggle Image Miners Ravine Habitat Assessment 2002 (PDF, 3.06 MB)
Description: The objective of this habitat assessment is to determine the quality and quantity of habitat for anadromous fish species on Miners Ravine and to document natural and artificial structures in the creek that may be impediments for salmonid migration. The survey was initiated in response to CALFED goals for the Sacramento EMZ and the Hidden Valley Homeowners Association’s inquiry to the Fish Passage Improvement Program on the viability of improving fish passage at Cottonwood Dam.
Toggle Image Northern Pike Containment System at the Outlet of Lake Davis on Big Grizzly Creek - Mitigated Negative Declaration and Initial Study 2006
Description: The objective of the project is to construct a containment system that will prevent fish, of any life stage, from passing through the Lake Davis outlet and moving downstream into Big Grizzly Creek, and into the Feather and Sacramento River system.
Toggle Image Northern Pike Containment System at the Outlet of Lake Davis on Big Grizzly Creek - Mitigation and Monitoring Plan and Report 2007
Description: The Mitigation and Monitoring Plan and Report describe compliance with monitoring, reporting, and mitigation requirements for the project.
Toggle Image Problems of the Lower San Joaquin River Influencing the 1963 Salmon Run 01/15/1964 (PDF, 2.45 MB)
Description: Studies conducted by the Delta Fish and Wildlife Protection Study defined a problem relating to the upstream migration of adult salmon caused by flow reversal and pollution in the lower San Joaquin River area. Further studies are underway to solve this problem in the future. These studies indicated that during 1961 and 1962 flow reversal and pollution from cannery waste discharges did exist in the San Joaquin River during the September-October period when adult salmon are normally migrating. The salmon runs in all of the tributaries of the San Joaquin River were drastically reduced for each of these two years, decreasing from approximately 50,000 fish to under 3,000. Water development projects, which are perhaps the principal reasons for past declines, may well become the means for restoration of the salmon.
Toggle Image Project Report Sacramento River Spawning Gravel Restoration, Phase I 1992 (PDF, 5.05 MB)
Description: This report describes work to place 100,000 cubic yards of fish spawning gravel in the Sacramento River, performed by the Department of Water Resources in 1990 and 1991. The work is part of a larger project (Phase II) to place 1,000,000 cubic yards of spawning gravel in the river during a ten year period.
Toggle Image Recovery of Trout in Little Last Chance Creek, Plumas County, Following an Application of Rotenone in 1991 1999 (PDF, NA)
Description: The Recovery of Trout in Little Last Chance Creek, Plumas County, Following an Application of Rotenone in 1991. California Department of Fish and Game. 27 pp.
Toggle Image Recreation Survey And Creel Census On Indian Creek Opening Weekend (1987) 09/03/1987 (PDF, 195 KB)
Description: Recreation Survey and Creel Census on Indian Creek, Opening Weekend, 1987. Memorandum to Jim Ryan, Region 2, Department of Fish and Game. 6 pp.
Toggle Image Recreation Survey And Creel Census On Indian Creek Opening Weekend (1988) 05/12/1988 (PDF, 177 KB)
Description: Hinton, Ralph N. Recreation Survey and Creel Census on Indian Creek, Opening Weekend, 1988. Memorandum to Jim Ryan, Region 2, Department of Fish and Game. 6 pp.
Toggle Image Recreation Survey And Creel Census On Indian Creek Opening Weekend 1989 03/19/1990 (PDF, 188 KB)
Description: Hinton, Ralph N. Recreation Survey and Creel Census on Indian Creek, Opening Weekend, 1989. Memorandum to Jim Ryan, Region 2, Department of Fish and Game. 7 pp.
Toggle Image Recreation Use Survey Of Big Grizzly Creek Plumas County 1991 1993 (PDF, 472 KB)
Description: Brown, Julie. Recreation Use Survey of Big Grizzly Creek, Plumas County 1991. Technical Information Report No. 92-2. Department of Water Resources. 18 pp.
Toggle Image Recreation Use Survey Of Big Grizzly Creek Plumas County 1994 1995 (PDF, 215 KB)
Description: Scott, Joseph. Recreation Use Survey of Big Grizzly Creek, Plumas County, 1994. Technical Information Report No. 95-1. Department of Water Resources. 27 pp.
Toggle Image Recreation Use Survey Of Big Grizzly Creek Plumas County 1997 1999 (PDF, 997 KB)
Description: Elkins, David. Recreation Use Survey of Big Grizzly Creek, Plumas County, 1997. Northern District Technical Information Report No. 99-1. Department of Water Resources. 20 pp.
Toggle Image Recreation Use Survey Of Big Grizzly Creek Plumas County 1998 1999 (PDF, 617 KB)
Description: Recreation Use Survey of Big Grizzly Creek, Plumas County, 1998. Northern District Technical Information Report No. 99-2. Department of Water Resources. 19 pp.
Toggle Image Recreation Use Survey Of Big Grizzly Creek Plumas County 2001 2002 (PDF, 677 KB)
Description: Nicholas, Jacob A. Recreation Use Survey of Big Grizzly Creek, Plumas County, 2001. Northern District Technical Information Report No. 02-1. Department of Water Resources. 20 pp.
Toggle Image Recreation Use Survey Of Big Grizzly Creek Plumas County 2004 2004 (PDF, 766 KB)
Description: Recreation Use Survey of Big Grizzly Creek, Plumas County. Northern District Technical Information Report No. ND-04-02. Department of Water Resources. 23 pp.
Toggle Image Recreation Use Survey Of Indian Creek Plumas County (1977) 1979 (PDF, 914 KB)
Description: Plumas County, 1977. Northern District Technical Information Report No. 79-2. Department of Water Resources. 23 pp.
Toggle Image Recreation Use Survey Of Indian Creek Plumas County 1990 1990 (PDF, 692 KB)
Description: Brown, Julie. Recreation Use Survey of Indian Creek, Plumas County, 1990. Technical Information Report No. 90-1, Department of Water Resources. 21 pp.
Toggle Image Recreation Use Survey Of Indian Creek Plumas County 1999 12/01/2003 (PDF, 746 KB)
Description: Nicholas, Jacob. Recreation Use Survey of Indian Creek, Plumas County, 1999. TIR. ND-00-1. Department of Water Resources. 21 pp. (Originally published 2000)
Toggle Image Recreation Use Survey Of Indian Creek Plumas County 2005 2005 (PDF, 811 KB)
Description: Hinton, Ralph N. Recreation Use Survey of Indian Creek, Plumas County, 2005. Northern District Technical Information Report No. ND-05-01. Department of Water Resources. 30 pp.
Toggle Image Recreation Use Survey Of Little Last Chance Creek Plumas County 1992 1997 (PDF, 784 KB)
Description: Elkins, David. Recreation Use Survey of Little Last Chance Creek, Plumas County, 1992. Technical Information Report No. 97-2. Department of Water Resources. 23 pp.
Toggle Image Recreation Use Survey Of Little Last Chance Creek Plumas County 1996 1998 (PDF, 853 KB)
Description: Elkins, David. Recreation Use Survey of Little Last Chance Creek, Plumas County, 1996. Technical Information Report No. 98-1. Department of Water Resources. 25 pp.
Toggle Image Recreation Use Survey Of Little Last Chance Creek Plumas County 2000 12/01/2003 (PDF, 814 KB)
Description: 'Nicholas, Jacob A. Recreation Use Survey of Little Last Chance Creek, Plumas County, 2000. Northern District Technical Information Report No. ND-01-2. Department of Water Resources. 26 pp. (Originally published 2001))
Toggle Image Recreation Use Survey Of Little Last Chance Creek Plumas County 2003 2004 (PDF, 664 KB)
Description: Nicholas, Jacob A. Recreation Use Survey of Little Last Chance Creek, Plumas County, 2003. Northern District Technical Information Record ND-04-01 Department of Water Resources. 23 pp.
Toggle Image Recreation Use Survey Of Red Clover Creek Plumas County 1991 1992 (PDF, 700 KB)
Description: Brown, Julie. Recreation Use Survey of Red Clover Creek. Plumas County 1991. Technical Information Report No. 92-1. Department of Water Resources. 24 pp.
Toggle Image Recreation Use Survey of Indian Creek Plumas County 1980 03/01/1981 (PDF, 1.37 MB)
Description: A survey of streamside recreation. The last year of a three-year program to estimate the amound and types of recreation with increased flow release.
Toggle Image Recreation Use Survey of Indian Creek Plumas County 1986 06/01/1987 (PDF, 600 KB)
Description: A survey of streamside recreation along upper Indian Creek. A follow-up to a five-year program ending in December 1982, to estimate the amount and types of recreation occurring with augmented flow conditions.
Toggle Image Recreation Use Survey of Little Last Chance Creek Plumas County (1988) 1989 (PDF, 609 KB)
Description: Brown, Julie. Recreation Use Survey of Little Last Chance Creek, Plumas County, 1988. Northern District Information Report No. 89-1. Department of Water Resources. 22 pp.
Toggle Image Recreation and Fisheries Monitoring at Lake Davis and Big Grizzly Creek in Plumas County, California 08/01/2007 (PDF, 5.52 MB)
Description: Recreation and Fisheries Monitoring at Lake Davis and Big Grizzly Creek in Plumas County, California. Northern District Report, Department of Water Resources. July 2007. 47 pp.
Toggle Image Results Of Sampling Fish In Sections Of Red Clover Creek Plumas County (1988) 03/26/1990 (PDF, 411 KB)
Description: Department of Fish and Game. "Results of Sampling Fish in Sections of Red Clover Creek, Plumas County, 1988". Memorandum to files. 23 pp.
Toggle Image Review of the Bay Program by the Science Advisory Group 10/01/1999 (PDF, 49 KB)
Description: The SAG had several comments and recommendations for the IEP, with regard to the Bay Program: I. Fisheries and macroinvertegrate monitoring is extremely important and should be continued; II. Both people and funding resources have been diverted from the Bay program by competing demands for DFG expertise. This diversion of resources has been to the detriment of the program. A renewed commitment to the program is needed. III. The SAG identified 4 goals that have guided the program. These goals should be consulted frequently to make sure that the program is on focus. IV Data collection and enumeration of fishes has dominated the first 20 years of the program and this monitoring must continue, but the program must also evolve with increased resources for analysis and synthesis to explain the mechanisms behind the patterns observed.
Toggle Image Saeltzer Dam Fish Passage Project Proposed Upstream Dam Site Geologic Feasibility Report 12/01/1997 (PDF, 12.21 MB)
Description: This geologic feasibility report was performed for a proposed new dam as part of the Saeltzer Dam Fish Passage Project. The report consists of four components: 1) excavation and logging of test pits, 2) a seismic refraction survey of the proposed dam axis and surrounding area, 3) drilling and logging exploration borings into bedrock, and 4) field mapping.
Toggle Image Saeltzer Dam Fish Passage Project on Clear Creek 12/01/1997 (PDF, 18.53 MB)
Description: This report summarizes the findings of the Department of Water Resources preliminary engineering investigation of fish passage solutions at the Saeltzer Dam on Clear Creek near Redding, California.
Toggle Image Silverwood Lake (East Branch) 02/01/1997
Description: At an elevation of 3,355 feet, Silverwood Lake is the highest Project reservoir in Southern California. The publication describes how the lake provides water storage, fish and wildlife enhancement, and recreation.
This publication is not available electronically. To inquire further, please contact:
Publications Clerk at (916) 653-1097 or imr-publications@water.ca.gov.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks Of Fishes In Sections Of Big Grizzly And Little Last Chance Creeks Plumas County (1986) 1989 (PDF, NA)
Description: Standing Stocks of Fishes in Sections of Big Grizzly and Little Last Chance Creeks, Plumas County, 1986. Contract Services Section, Bay-Delta Fishery Project, Department of Fish and Game. 35 pp.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks Of Fishes In Sections Of Big Grizzly Creek Plumas County (1981) 1982 (PDF, 412 KB)
Description: Standing Stocks of Fishes in Sections of Big Grizzly Creek, Plumas County, 1981. Bay-Delta and Special Water Projects Division Memorandum Report. Department of Fish and Game. 18 pp.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks Of Fishes In Sections Of Big Grizzly Creek Plumas County (1988) 1991 (PDF, 399 KB)
Description: Brown, Charles J. 1991. Standing Stocks of Fishes in Sections of Big Grizzly Creek Plumas County, 1988. Bay-Delta and Special Water Projects Division Memorandum Report. Department of Fish and Game. 18 pp.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks Of Fishes In Sections Of Big Grizzly Creek Plumas County 1991 1991 (PDF, 485 KB)
Description: Standing Stocks of Fishes in Sections of Big Grizzly Creek Plumas County. Bay-Delta and Special Water Projects Division Memorandum Report. Department of Fish and Game. 19 pp.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks Of Fishes In Sections Of Big Grizzly Creek Plumas County 1994 1995 (PDF, 600 KB)
Description: Standing Stocks of Fishes in Sections of Big Grizzly Creek Plumas County, 1994. Bay-Delta and Special Water Projects Division. Department of Fish and Game. 26 pp.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks Of Fishes In Sections Of Big Grizzly Creek Plumas County 1995 1996 (PDF, 575 KB)
Description: Brown, Charles J. Standing Stocks of Fishes in Sections of Big Grizzly Creek, Plumas County, 1995. California Department of Fish and Game. 22 pp.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks Of Fishes In Sections Of Big Grizzly Creek Plumas County 1996 1997 (PDF, 664 KB)
Description: Standing Stocks of Fishes in Sections of Little Last Chance Creek, Plumas County, 1996. California Department of Fish and Game. 17 pp.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks Of Fishes In Sections Of Big Grizzly Creek Plumas County 1997 1998 (PDF, 698 KB)
Description: Brown, Charles J. Standing Stocks of Fishes in Sections of Big Grizzly Creek, Plumas County, 1997. California Department of Fish and Game. 25 pp.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks Of Fishes In Sections Of Big Grizzly Creek Plumas County 1998 1999 (PDF, 698 KB)
Description: Brown, Charles J. Standing Stocks of Fishes in Sections of Big Grizzly Creek, Plumas County, 1998. California Department of Fish and Game. 25 pp.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks Of Fishes In Sections Of Big Grizzly Creek Plumas County 1999 2000 (PDF, 4.40 MB)
Description: Standing Stocks of Fishes in Big Grizzly Creek, Plumas County, 1999. Department of Fish and Game. 15 pp.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks Of Fishes In Sections Of Big Grizzly Creek Plumas County 2001 2002 (PDF, 4.28 MB)
Description: Standing Stocks of Fishes in Sections of Big Grizzly Creek, Plumas County, 2001. Department of Fish and Game. 17 pp.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks Of Fishes In Sections Of Big Grizzly Creek Plumas County 2002 2003 (PDF, 4.42 MB)
Description: Brown, Charles J. Standing Stocks of Fishes in Sections of Big Grizzly Creek, Plumas County, 2002. Department of Fish and Game. 18 pp.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks Of Fishes In Sections Of Big Grizzly Creek Plumas County 2003 2004 (PDF, 4.64 MB)
Description: Brown, Charles J. Standing Stocks of Fishes in Sections of Big Grizzly Creek, Plumas County, 2003. Department of Fish and Game. 18 pp.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks Of Fishes In Sections Of Big Grizzly Creek Plumas County 2004 2005 (PDF, 4.52 MB)
Description: Brown, Charles J. Standing Stocks of Fishes in Sections of Big Grizzly Creek, Plumas County, 2004. Department of Fish and Game. 19 pp.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks Of Fishes In Sections Of Hungry Creek Plumas County 1990 1992 (PDF, 308 KB)
Description: Standing Stocks of Fishes in Sections of Hungry Creek, Plumas County, 1990. Bay-Delta and Special Water Projects Division Memorandum Report. Department of Fish and Game. 14 pp.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks Of Fishes In Sections Of Indian Creek Plumas County 1978 (PDF, 384 KB)
Description: Brown, Charles. 1978. Standing Stocks of Fishes in Sections of Indian Creek, Plumas County, 1977. Bay-Delta Fishery Study, Contract Services Section Information Report 78-1. Department of Fish and Game. 16 pp.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks Of Fishes In Sections Of Indian Creek Plumas County (1978) 1979 (PDF, 540 KB)
Description: Brown, Charles, and Sharon Haines. 1979. Standing Stocks of Fishes in Sections of Indian Creek, Plumas County, 1978. Bay-Delta Fishery Study, Contract Services Section Information Report 79-2. Department of Fish and Game. 23 pp.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks Of Fishes In Sections Of Indian Creek Plumas County (1980) 1980 (PDF, 562 KB)
Description: Haines, Sharon, and Charles Brown. Standing Stocks of Fishes in Sections of Indian Creek, Plumas County, 1979. Bay-Delta Fishery Project, Contract Services Section Information Report 80-1. Department of Fish and Game. 23 pp.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks Of Fishes In Sections Of Indian Creek Plumas County (1981) 1982 (PDF, 531 KB)
Description: Villa, Nick A. Standing Stocks of Fishes in Sections of Indian Creek, Plumas County, 1981. Bay-Delta Fishery Study, Contract Services Section Information Report 82-1. Department of Fish and Game. 23 pp.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks Of Fishes In Sections Of Indian Creek Plumas County (1982) 1989 (PDF, 602 KB)
Description: Bumpass, Dawn Kori, Karen Smith, and Charles Brown, Jr. Standing Stocks of Fishes in Sections of Indian Creek, Plumas County, 1982. Contract Services Section, Bay-Delta Fishery Study, Department of Fish and Game. 23 pp.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks Of Fishes In Sections Of Indian Creek Plumas County (1986) 1989 (PDF, 592 KB)
Description: Standing Stocks of Fishes in Sections of Indian Creek, Plumas County, 1986. Contract Services Section, Bay-Delta Fishery Project, Department of Fish and Game. 27 pp.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks Of Fishes In Sections Of Indian Creek Plumas County (1987) 1989 (PDF, 722 KB)
Description: Standing Stocks of Fishes in Sections of Indian Creek, Plumas County, 1987. Contract Services Section, Bay-Delta Fishery Project, Department of Fish and Game. 29 pp.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks Of Fishes In Sections Of Indian Creek Plumas County (1988) 1989 (PDF, 613 KB)
Description: Standing Stocks of Fishes in Sections of Indian Creek, Plumas County, 1988. Contract Services Section, Bay-Delta Fishery Project, Department of Fish and Game. 27 pp.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks Of Fishes In Sections Of Indian Creek Plumas County 1989 1991 (PDF, 466 KB)
Description: Standing Stocks of Fishes in Section of Indian Creek, Plumas County, 1989. Bay-Delta and Special Water Projects Division Memorandum Report. Department of Fish and Game. 19 pp
Toggle Image Standing Stocks Of Fishes In Sections Of Indian Creek Plumas County 1990 1991 (PDF, 442 KB)
Description: Standing Stocks of Fishes in Sections of Indian Creek, Plumas County, 1990. Bay-Delta and Special Water Projects Division Memorandum Report. Department of Fish and Game. 20 pp.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks Of Fishes In Sections Of Indian Creek Plumas County 1993 1994 (PDF, 671 KB)
Description: Standing Stocks of Fishes in Sections of Indian Creek, Plumas County, 1993. Bay-Delta and Special Water Projects Division. Department of Fish and Game. 27 pp.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks Of Fishes In Sections Of Indian Creek Plumas County 1995 1996 (PDF, 656 KB)
Description: Standing Stocks of Fishes in Sections of Indian Creek, Plumas County, 1995. California Department of Fish and Game, 28 pp.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks Of Fishes In Sections Of Julie Creek Plumas County 1992 1992 (PDF, 386 KB)
Description: Standing Stocks of Fishes in Sections of Julie Creek, Plumas County, 1992. Bay-Delta and Special Water Projects Division. Department of Fish and Game. 16 pp.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks Of Fishes In Sections Of Lights Creek Plumas County 1994 1995 (PDF, 455 KB)
Description: Standing Stocks of Fishes in Sections of Light Creek, Plumas County, 1994 Bay Delta Area Special Water Projects Division 19 pp.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks Of Fishes In Sections Of Little Grizzly Creek Plumas County 1990 1992 (PDF, 245 KB)
Description: Brown, Charles J. Standing Stocks of Fishes in Sections of Little Grizzly Creek, Plumas County, 1990. Bay-Delta and Special Water Projects Division Memorandum Report. Department of Fish and Game. 11 pp.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks Of Fishes In Sections Of Little Last Chance Creek Plumas County (1981) 1982 (PDF, 465 KB)
Description: Standing Stocks of Fishes in Sections of Little Last Chance Creek, Plumas County, 1981. Bay-Delta and Special Water Projects Division Memorandum Report. Department of Fish and Game. 20 pp.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks Of Fishes In Sections Of Little Last Chance Creek Plumas County 1988 1991 (PDF, 474 KB)
Description: Standing Stocks of Fishes in Sections of Little Last Chance Creek, Plumas County, 1988. Bay-Delta and Special Water Projects Division Memorandum Report. Department of Fish and Game. 20 pp.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks Of Fishes In Sections Of Little Last Chance Creek Plumas County 1991 1992 (PDF, 285 KB)
Description: Standing Stocks of Fishes in Sections of Little Last Chance Creek, Plumas County, 1991. Bay-Delta and Special Water Projects Division Memorandum Report. Department of Fish and Game. 8 pp.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks Of Fishes In Sections Of Little Last Chance Creek Plumas County 1992 1992 (PDF, 267 KB)
Description: Standing Stocks of Fishes in Section of Little Last Chance Creek, Plumas County, 1992. California Department of Fish and Game. 10 pp.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks Of Fishes In Sections Of Little Last Chance Creek Plumas County 1993 1994 (PDF, 671 KB)
Description: Standing Stocks of Fishes in Sections of Little Last Chance Creek, Plumas County, 1993. Bay-Delta and Special Water Projects Division. Department of Fish and Game. 11 pp.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks Of Fishes In Sections Of Little Last Chance Creek Plumas County 1994 1995 (PDF, 309 KB)
Description: Standing Stocks of fishes in Sections of Little Last Chance Creek, Plumas County, 1994. California Department of Fish and Game. 10 pp.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks Of Fishes In Sections Of Little Last Chance Creek Plumas County 1995 1996 (PDF, 350 KB)
Description: Standing Stocks of Fishes in Sections of Little Last Chance Creek, Plumas County, 1995. California Department of Fish and Game. 10 pp.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks Of Fishes In Sections Of Little Last Chance Creek Plumas County 1996 1997 (PDF, 508 KB)
Description: Standing Stocks of Fishes in Sections of Little Last Chance Creek, Plumas County, 1996. California Department of Fish and Game. 17 pp.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks Of Fishes In Sections Of Little Last Chance Creek Plumas County 1997 1998 (PDF, 669 KB)
Description: Standing Stocks of Fishes in Sections of Little Last Chance Creek, Plumas County, 1997. California Department of Fish and Game. 21 pp.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks Of Fishes In Sections Of Little Last Chance Creek Plumas County2000 2000 (PDF, 564 KB)
Description: Standing Stocks of Fishes in Sections of Little Last Chance Creek, Plumas County. Department of Fish and Game. 15 pp.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks Of Fishes In Sections Of Red Clover Creek Plumas County 1990 1991 (PDF, 364 KB)
Description: Standing Stocks of Fishes in Sections of Red Clover Creek, Plumas County, 1990. Bay-Delta and Special Water Projects Division Memorandum Report. Department of Fish and Game. 17 pp.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks Of Fishes In Sections Of Red Clover Creek Plumas County 1991 1992 (PDF, 355 KB)
Description: Standing Stocks of Fishes in Sections of Red Clover Creek, Plumas County, 1991. Bay-Delta and Special Water Projects Division Memorandum Report. Department of Fish and Game. 16 pp.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks Of Fishes In Sections Of Red Clover Creek Plumas County 1998 1999 (PDF, 500 KB)
Description: Standing Stocks of Fishes in Sections of Red Clover Creek. Plumas County, 1998. California Department of Fish and Game. 18 pp.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks Of Rainbow Trout In A Section Of Indian Creek Plumas County 1992 1993 (PDF, 220 KB)
Description: Standing Stocks of Rainbow Trout in a Section of Indian Creek, Plumas County, Bay-Delta and Special Water Projects Division. Department of Fish and Game. 9 pp.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks Of Trout In A Section Of Crystal Creek Plumas County 1992 1992 (PDF, 152 KB)
Description: Standing Stock of Trout in a Section of Crystal Creek, Plumas County. Bay-Delta and Special Water Projects Division. Department of Fish and Game. 8 pp.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks Of Trout In A Section Of Ward Creek Plumas County 1990 1992 (PDF, 277 KB)
Description: Keeney, Sharon and Charles J. Brown. Standing Stock of Trout in a Section of Ward Creek, Plumas County, 1990. Bay-Delta and Special Water Projects Division Memorandum Report. Department of Fish and Game. 13 pp.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks Of Trout In Sections Of Indian Creek Plumas County 1999 2000 (PDF, 4.40 MB)
Description: Brown, Charles J. Standing Stocks of Trout in Sections of Indian Creek, Plumas County, 1999. Department of Fish and Game. 18 pp.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks Of Trout In Sections Of Indian Creek Plumas County 2001 2001 (PDF, 4.98 MB)
Description: Brown, Charles J. 2001. Standing Stocks of Trout in Sections of Indian Creek, Plumas County, 2001. Department of Fish and Game. 18 pp.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks Of Trout In Sections Of Little Last Chance Creek Plumas County 2003 2003 (PDF, 4.73 MB)
Description: Standing Stocks of Trout in Sections of Little Last Chance Creek Plumas County, 2003. Department of Fish and Game. 17 pp.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks Of Trout In Sections Of Little Last Chance Creek Plumas County 2004 2005 (PDF, 4.77 MB)
Description: Standing Stocks of Trout in Sections of Little Last Chance Creek, Plumas County, 2004. Department of Fish and Game. 17 pp.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks of Fishes in Sections of Big Grizzly Creek Plumas County 2000 2001 (PDF, 4.17 MB)
Description: Standing Stocks of Fishes in Sections of Big Grizzly Creek, Plumas County. Department of Fish and Game. 10 pp.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks of Fishes in Sections of Indian Creek Plumas County 1978 06/01/1979 (PDF, 540 KB)
Description: DWR initiated an instream flow program in 1976 to identify streams that would benefit from flow enhancement, assess instream values and identify trade-offs required to enhance these streams. This report describes sections of the creek samples, fish species caught, and fish biomass at each station.
Toggle Image Standing Stocks of Fishes in Sections of Red Clover, Little Last Chance, Big Grizzly, Last Chance, Squaw Queen Creeks, Plumas County 11/01/1976 (PDF, NA)
Description: Region 1, Contract Services Section Information Report 76-4. Department of Fish and Game. 17 pp.
Toggle Image Stanislaus River Oakdale Recreation Area Restoration Project - Summary of Conceptual Designs 2002 (PDF, 16.90 MB)
Description: This summary describes and illustrates three conceptual designs that focus on improving rearing habitat for chinook salmon. Restoration elements of the designs include floodway widening, pond isolation, and floodplain construction. Rearing design features include alcoves, backwaters, and secondary rearing channels.
Toggle Image Structures to Prevent the Spread of Nuisance Fish from Lake Davis California 01/18/2000 (PDF, 577 KB)
Description: Methods to contain the spread of nuisance or otherwise undesirable fish species are relatively limited. This report describes an unconvetional method used to help restrict the movement of norther pike Esox lucius from a mountain resevoir into downstream waters. Reservoir managers designed, installed, and monitored steel structures ("graters") that served to increase the likelihood that fish entrained in discharge from Lake Davis (Plumas County, CA) would incur fatal trauma.
Toggle Image Summary Of Studies Of Fish Populations In Indian Creek Plumas County 1977-1990 1993 (PDF, 934 KB)
Description: Brown, Charles J. 1993. A Summary of Studies of Fish Populations in Indian Creek, Plumas County, 1977-1990. Bay-Delta and Special Water Projects Division. Department of Fish and Game. 30 pp.
Toggle Image Sutter Bypass East Borrow Canal Water Control Structures Project - Mitigated Negative Declaration and Initial Study 2009
Description: The specific objectives of this project are to: 1) Replace the existing manually operated Weir No. 2 flashboard structure with a remotely operated gate structure that is safer and more effective to operate. 2) Reconstruct the earthen Willow Slough Weir and replace its culverts to improve flow of water from the East Borrow Canal into Willow Slough. 3) Replace the fish ladders at both weirs to improve passage for migrating Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) and steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss).
Toggle Image Upper Sacramento River Fisheries and Riparian Habitat Management Plan 1989 (PDF, 24.41 MB)
Description: This report recommends actions to restore salmon and steelhead trout resources and will preserver and increase critical riparian habitat along the Sacramento River and its major tributaries.
Toggle Image Upper Yuba River Studies Program Water Temperature Monitoring Technical Memorandum 2007 (PDF, 120 KB)
Description: In 2006, CH2M HILL entered into an agreement with the Department of Water Resources to download and maintain the high priority data loggers deployed under the Upper Yuba River Studies Program. This technical memorandum describes maintenance and instream data collection activities. A summary of the temperature monitoring sites, their period of record and status of loggers as of October 2007 is included in the memorandum.
Toggle Image Upper Yuba River Watershed Chinook Salmon and Steelhead Habitat Assessment 2007 (PDF, 7.94 MB)
Description: This document, prepared by the Upper Yuba River Studies Program Study Team, presents the results of data collection, field studies, and modeling conducted by the study team to characterize current habitat conditions in the upper Yuba River watershed and assess whether the available habitat upstream of Englebright Dam is capable of supporting Chinook salmon and steelhead.
Toggle Image Water Temperature Effects on Chinook Salmon-Emphasis on the Sacramento River, A Literature Review 1988 (PDF, 1.71 MB)
Description: This report reviews published literature on temperature requirements of chinook salmon. Emphasis is placed on the requirements of fish in the Sacramento River. Recommendations are included to gather the data necessary for a complete understanding of the temperature requirements for all life stages of each of the four runs occuring in the River.
Toggle Image York Creek Diversion Modification Project, Napa County, California - Initial Study 2002 (PDF, 1.63 MB)
Description: The objective of the project is to improve fish passage at the York Creek diversion structure so that steelhead could gain consistent and reliable access to the reach of York Creek between the diversion and York Creek Dam. The proposed project would provide improved fish passage by cutting down the concrete diversion structure and raising the streambed elevation below the diversion with boulder weirs to reduce the drop that currently exists under most flow conditions.

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