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Research - Studies

YD00BQP - Technical Assistance: Columbia Basin Fisheries - Active

YD00BQP - Wind River Watershed - Active

YD00BQP - Effects of Summer Flow Augmentation on Juvenile Snake River Fall Chinook Salmon - Active

YD00BQP - Rock Creek Fish Assessment Via Installation of PIT-tag Interrogation Systems - Active

YD00BQP - Klickitat River - Assessment of Adult Anadromous Fish Habitat Use via Radio Telemetry - Active

YD00BQP - Evaluate Impacts of Irrigation Diversion Screens on Juvenile Lampreys - Active

YD00BQP - Sacramento-San Joaquin River Delta Studies - Active

YD00BQP - Southwestern Willow Flycatcher: Locating and Monitoring Breeding Habitat - Active

YD00BQQ - "Salmon Passage at Cowlitz Falls Dam, Washington" - Active

YD00BQQ - Snake River Fall Chinook Salmon Life History Investigations - Active

YD00BQQ - "Behavior and Passage of Juvenile Salmonids During Evaluation of a New Fish Screen at Cowlitz Falls Dam, 2006" - Active

YD00BQQ - Cougar Dam Reservoir Planning and Field Studies - Active

YD00BQQ - Detroit Dam Reservoir Field Studies - Active

ZP00CB4 - Major River Deltas - Skagit - Active

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