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The StreamNet Data Store is a searchable archive of data sets related to fish and other aquatic resources that are not of the specific data types included in the main StreamNet database. These data sets come from many different sources and are provided for download in their original formats. To add your own data set to the Data Store, use our Data Publishing Service.
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Fish Abundance Data
(Version: MS Excel)
||Length (mm), weight (g), species.
PIT tag #, date, antenna #
|Dates of Data
||2011 TO 2012
|Data Set Status
|Data Set Update Schedule
|Date Data Set Published on StreamNet Data Store
|Project Name & Number
||BPA contract #53618 2011,2012
|Purpose of Data Set
||The Fort Columbia Tidal Reconnection Project is located on the inland side of HWY 101 near the town of Chinook, Washington. Historically the Ft. Columbia project site was tidal estuarine wetlands. Pre-restoration the site was freshwater wetlands that experienced extremely restricted hydrologic connection to the Lower Columbia River Estuary as a result of the construction of HWY 101. Post-restoration approximately 96 acres of tidal wetland habitat within the Chinook River watershed were restored by replacing a perched, undersized culvert, thereby reestablishing the ecological benefits of the historic tidal wetland habitat provided for endemic fish and wildlife species.
The associated data set contains fish abundance data from those species observed utilizing the newly restored habitat (Inside) as well as fish abundance data observed immediately outside the restoration site in Baker Bay.
Bi-monthly trap netting (trap netting occurred inside the restoration site) events took place in sync with seining efforts (seining occurred outside the restoration site) to compare the species assemblages present within the restoration site versus those outside the restoration site.
A PIT tag array was installed within the restoration site in 2011 as a means to gather continuous data of any PIT tagged fish utilizing the site. The array consisted of 6 antennas, each of which was strategically placed in a manner that provided an optimum detection window. Aside from king tides, the array was capable of detecting the entire tidal prism. In January of 2012 several of the antennas were damaged by large woody debris. The remaining antennas continued to operate capturing approximately 40% of the tidal prism until November of 2012 when a large Sitka Spruce fell and broke the connection to the remaining antennas.
|Summary / Abstract
||This data set contains fish abundance data related to juvenile salmonids and by catch.
|Broad Biological Groups
||Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha)
Chum salmon (Oncorhynchus keta)
Coho salmon (Oncorhynchus kisutch)
Shiner perch (Cymatogaster aggregata)
Starry flounder (Platichthys stellatus)
Banded killifish (Fundulus diaphanus)
||Off channel habitat within Baker Bay, Columbia River Estuary.
|NPCC Subbasins (2001 Subbasins)
||Columbia River Estuary: Columbia estuary
||Fish, Abundance, PIT tag, Trap Netting
|Lead Person and Organization That Created the Data Set
||April Silva and Jason Smith. Columbia River Estuary Study Taskforce
|Other Participating Organizations
||Funding provided by BPA, all monitoring/data collection conducted by CREST biologists.
|Contact Person for Questions About the Data
||Name: Jason Smith
Organization: Columbia River Estuary Study Taskforce
Address: 750 Commercial Street
email: Send a note to columbiaestuary.org addressed for jsmith.
|Broad Category of Methods
|Data Collection Methods
||Trap Netting, Beach seine, PIT tag array
||MS Excel 2000 or later
|Data structure description
||See data set files.
|URL where updated data may be available
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