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Chehalis Basin Strategy Science Review Team Guidance 2017-2021

Publication number Date Published
21-13-003July 2021
VIEW NOW Chehalis Basin Strategy Science Review Team Guidance 2017-2021 (Number of pages: 14) (Publication Size: 696KB)

Appendix A - Spring Chinook Spawning Distribution
(27 pages) (1MB)

Appendix B - ASRP Phase Analytical Structure and EDT
(27 pages) (1MB)

Appendix C - Potential List of Early Actions
(3 pages) (167KB)

Appendix D - EDT and Life Cycle Model Guidance
(25 pages) (399KB)

Appendix E - Prioritization and Sequencing Memo
(120 pages) (2MB)

Appendix F - Prioritization and Sequencing Wookbook
(8 pages) (268KB)

Appendix G - ASRP M-AM Plan
(54 pages) (1MB)

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Author(s) Chehalis Basin Strategy Science Review Team; Nat Kale
Description The Aquatic Species Restoration Program (ASRP) for the Chehalis Basin Strategy was guided in part by two advisory groups: the Science Review Team and the Monitoring and Adaptive Management group. These groups produced documents and memorandum that informed the creation of the ASRP Phase 1 document, but were not themselves published. This compilation preserves those documents, providing additional scientific and technical context to the ASRP Phase 1 document. They discuss Spring Chinook life cycle and behavior, the use of the Ecosystem Diagnosis and Treatment (EDT) and NOAA Life Cycle models, and the prioritization and sequencing of restoration actions in the Basin.
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Keywords Chehalis Basin, Chehalis River, salmon, Chum, Coho, Ecosystem Diagnosis and Treatment, Oregon Spotted Frog, EDT, Chinook, Aquatic Species Restoration Plan, Habitat Restoration
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