Federal and State Projects

Steve Achord
Steve Achord
National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, (NOAA) Scientist
Research Focus: Migration timing, growth, and parr-to-smolt survival rates of wild Snake River Chinook salmon. 15-year monitoring dataset density dependent mortality of wild Snake River Chinook salmon. Research equipment installed at TWRS in 2006: PIT tag antenna arrays monitor migration of tagged fish and send data to PTAGIS website, Sonde water quality monitor. 1994 - present
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Rotary juvenile screw trap
Kim Apperson
Idaho Regional Fisheries Manager, Idaho Department of Fish and Game
Research Focus: Idaho steelhead monitoring and evaluation study, population dynamics and life history characteristics of steelhead trout and Chinook salmon in Big Creek, an indicator watershed Reconstruct the steelhead and Chinook egg-to-juvenile-to-adult life cycle to estimate numbers of juveniles migrating downstream and migration survival rates, and describe the genetic structure of steelhead in Big Creek. Research equipment installed 2007: Rotary juvenile screw trap worked daily to capture, PIT tag, and collect data on juvenile anadromous fish.
Tim Copeland working on a screw trap
Tim Copeland
State Fish Research Biologist
Research Focus: Idaho steelhead monitoring and evaluation study, population dynamics and life history characteristics of steelhead trout and Chinook salmon in Big Creek, an indicator watershed reconstruct the steelhead and Chinook egg-to-juvenile-to-adult life cycle to estimate numbers of juveniles migrating downstream and migration survival rates, and describe the genetic structure of steelhead in Big Creek. Research equipment installed 2007: Rotary juvenile screw trap worked daily to capture, PIT tag, and collect data on juvenile anadromous fish 2010 fisheries technicians: Nina Selvage, Kevin Poole, Laurie Janssen,
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