Passage Assessment Database (PAD) 2019-2021
Salmonid Restoration Planning and Assessments
The purpose of the project was to continue support for a comprehensive inventory of barriers to anadromous fish passage and to aid in providing upstream habitat for anadromous fish.
Accomplishments by Task: Administer the Passage Assessment Database (PAD) including data and project updates and compilation of new fish passage data. A total of 14,959 records were added or updated in the PAD. Reviewed and updated the lists of fish passage assessment needs on the California highway system in Caltrans Districts 2, 6, 7, 10, and 11. Reviewed NOAA?s 2014 SONCC and 2012 CCC coho recovery plans, diversions where listed as known barriers (partial or total), unknowns and fish traps). Populated the fish barrier table in the PAD. Compared passage statuses in the fishbarrier and main PadPassage table of the PAD (~400 records) and updated several passage statuses. Created a PAD QAQC plan. Numerous other reviews and update were made to PAD and records were updated accordingly.
The specific benefits of this Project are to ensure that the data used for planning and prioritizing fish passage projects are current, comprehensive and quality controlled; support barrier prioritization and optimization efforts; ensure continuing public access to fish passage and related data (PAD, etc.); and identify areas lacking fish passage surveys.
|In-Kind Donated Labor||$184,656|
- Worksite Identifier: 1551969001827
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Data/Project Management Site
- Basin: Lower Sacramento
- State: California
- Recovery Domain: Central Valley
- Latitude: 38.570633
- Longitude: -121.499465
No ESU data was found for this worksite.
Salmonid Restoration Planning and AssessmentsY (Y/N)
- . . B.0.a
Planning And Assessment Funding 184,656.00
- . . B.0.b.1
Area Encompassed .0
- . . B.1
Restoration Planning And CoordinationY (Y/N)
- . . . . B.1.a
Planning and Coordination funding 184,656.25
- . . . . B.1.b.10
Designing or maintaining restoration data systemsY (Y/N)
- . . . . . . B.1.b.10.a
|Name of plan implemented||
|NMFS, 2014, Recovery Plan for Southern Oregon Northern CA Coast Evolutionary Significant Unit of Coho Salmon, National Marine Fisheries Service, Arcata, CA; NMFS, 2012, Final Recovery Plan for Central California Coast coho salmon ESU, National Marine Fisheries Service, SW Region, Santa Rosa, CA.|
- . . . . . . B.1.b.10.b
|Description and scope of the plan implemented||
|This project would contribute to the prioritization of future restoration and recovery actions by maintaining a comprehensive database of fish passage barriers and supporting restoration efforts.||