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Effects of waterway development on anadromous and resident fish in Portland Harbor

Effects of waterway development on anadromous and resident fish in Portland Harbor

final report of research

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Published by Oregon Dept. of Fish and Wildlife in Clackamas, Or .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Waterways -- Environmental aspects -- Oregon.,
  • Pacific salmon -- Oregon -- Portland Harbor.,
  • Crappie -- Oregon -- Portland Harbor.

  • Edition Notes

    Other titlesFinal report of research.
    Statementedited by David L. Ward.
    ContributionsWard, David L., Oregon. Dept. of Fish and Wildlife., Port of Portland (Or.)
    The Physical Object
    Paginationii, 92 p. :
    Number of Pages92
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL15196265M

    wildlife hazard management program The overall objective of our Wildlife Hazard Management Plan (WHMP) is to develop an integrated and adaptive program that manages risk at all of the Port’s airport facilities by reducing the probability of wildlife and aircraft collisions. While many waterways are not part of a larger waterway system, there are a some that belong to two waterway example, the Tennessee River is a natural river tributary in the Mississippi River System while also being connected to the Mobile Bay River System via the Tennessee-Tombigbee Waterway.

    Bacteria, toxics and high temperature remain the primary water quality concerns. Historic sediment contamination has led to the designation of Portland Harbor as a Superfund site. In west side tributary streams, development has created more impervious surfaces (streets, roofs and parking lots) and reduced vegetation. Salmon are the most well-known species of fish that migrate up and down streams. As a species, salmon are called anadromous because they migrate from fresh water to the oceans and then back again. Resident fish, on the other hand, spend their entire lives in fresh water streams, tributaries, and rivers.

    blocks anadromous fish access to at least miles of mainstem river and to at least 14 miles of tributaries. Restoration of anadromous fish access to the Sooes River watershed is consistent with the goals of the hatchery reform project. This work also supports several goals of the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (Service). The. In a report, the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, which operates the dams, and the Bonneville Power Administration, which sells the power, said more than $1 billion was invested from the mids through in baseline research, development, and testing of prototype improvements, and construction of new fish-passage facilities and upgrades.


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Effects of waterway development on anadromous and resident fish in Portland Harbor Download PDF EPUB FB2

We investigated the effects of Portland Harbor development in the lower Willamette River on the migration and behavior of juvenile salmonids (Oncorhynchus spp.), the habitat occupied by juvenile. One obvious direct effect of such barriers is the blockage of migration routes for anadromous and catadromous fish species.

Anadromous species, which include members of Salmonidae and Clupeidae (e.g. shad), are those that live much of their adult lives in salt water but spawn in fresh water.

relationships between bank treatment / nearshore development and anadromous / resident fish in the lower willamette river Technical Report (PDF Available) March with 36 Reads How we. Review of Artificial Production of Anadromous and Resident Fish in the Columbia River Basin Production of Anadromous and Resident Fish in the Columbia River Basin, Part I: A Scientific mechanisms that might account for poor performance of hatchery fish could also have very negative effects on naturally spawning fish that interact.

@article{osti_, title = {A Multiple Watershed Approach to Assessing the Effects of Habitat Restoration Actions on Anadromous and Resident Fish Populations, Technical Report }, author = {Marmorek, David}, abstractNote = {Habitat protection and restoration is a cornerstone of current strategies to restore ecosystems, recover endangered fish species, and rebuild fish stocks within Cited by: 3.

State of Oregon Fish Advisory Recommendations for Portland Harbor*: •Women of childbearing age, particularly pregnant or breastfeeding women, children and people with weak immune systems, thyroid or liver problems, should avoid eating resident fish from Portland Harbor, especially carp, bass and catfish.

Through anadromy, Pacific salmon and steelhead cause a massive exchange of nutrients from the ocean to rivers as far inland as the fish can travel. Salmon and steelhead aren’t the only anadromous fish in the Columbia River Basin.

Sturgeonand Pacific Lampreyalso are anadromous. Lamprey are found primarily in the lower Columbia and Snake rivers. Dammed rivers have slower flows that allow water temperatures to increase and oxygen levels to decrease in the water column.

Higher water temperatures and lower dissolved oxygen levels stress migrating anadromous fish and decrease the survival rate of juveniles (California Department of Fish &. Economic Effects from Columbia River Basin Anadromous Salmonid Fish Production.

Council Document Number: IEAB Published date: The effect of economic development in the Columbia Basin, hatchery production, and mixed stock, open access fisheries has been to reduce the total harvest and change the species and stock composition of.

The subsistence angler is the focus of the targeted remedy evaluation because fish consumption by this receptor group drives the remedy for Portland Harbor. To evaluate the impact of remedy on risk, postremedy risks or hazards associated with a range of remedial action limits (RALs) and postremedy SWACs were calculated on a site‐wide basis.

Radio-tagged fish (> mm fork length) migrated at a median rate of km/d, and hatchery fish migrated significantly faster than naturally-produced fish ( vs. km/d). In the first study, concentrations of AHs and PCBs were measured in individual fish from four sites in Puget Sound, Washington (Eagle Harbor, Sinclair Inlet, Yukon Harbor, and Pilot Point) with.

Portland, Oregon Executive Director serious effects of toxics on fish, which can have significant impacts on fish health and regional fish recovery efforts; and efforts by the U.S.

EPA to work collaboratively with the Northwest adversely affect anadromous or resident fish important to this Program. where anadromous clupeid spawning runs were documented or reported.

The waters are designated as either (c) confirmed spawning run or (r) reported spawning run. Several of the impediments listed have fish ladders incorporated into the dam or floodgate design. These locations are identified on the list.

The fish. The Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (ODFW) monitors the resident fish populations annually to track longterm health through density estimates, size distribution and body condition.

These data are used to effectively implement fish management practices and evaluate the impacts of water management on fish populations. “Resident” fish spend their entire lives within a certain territory, and do not migrate. “Migratory” fish such as salmon, steelhead, shad and lamprey, spend most of.

Health impact assessments (HIA) promote the consideration of health in a wide range of public decisions. Although each HIA is different, common pathways, evidence bases, and strategies for community engagement tend to emerge in certain sectors, such as urban redevelopment, natural resource extraction, or transportation planning.

Figure 2. Representative time series of salinity habitation for individual fish displaying (a) resident behavior, (b) a shift from high to low salinity, (c) a shift from low salinity to high salinity, and (d) resident behavior in saline waters with annual migrations to fresher waters.

More Subtle Anadromous. Health Advisory Issued For Willamette River Fish - Portland, OR - The Oregon Health Authority expanded the boundaries of its fish advisory following the discovery of.

Project Planning: Anadromous Fish Habitat (Rivers) For information on fish-run restoration and drawings of how fish lifts work, visit the Safe Harbor Water Power Corporation Web site. Stocking The effect of dam removal or breaching on rare species must be considered in fish-run restoration projects.

Threatened or endangered fish or. The Portland Harbor Superfund site is a highly contaminated stretch of the Willamette River that extends approximately 10 miles, near the confluence with the Columbia River to the Fremont Bridge.

In this area was designated a Federal Superfund Site under the Comprehensive Environmental Response, Compensation and Liability Act (CERCLA).

and terrestrial ecosytem. As well as a significant food source for other fish and wildlife, the life cycle of various anadromous salmon stocks facilitates the transport of key marine-derived nutrients like carbon, nitrogen and phosphorus to Olympic National .3 fish consumers in the 99th percentile of Portland Harbor resident fish consumption consume g/day; those in the 95th percentile consume 35 g/day; and those in the 90th percentile consume 22 g/day.

Based on the estimate of 7, resident fish .