Establish & Operated Cooperative Fish & Wildlife Research
February 2013 - March 2017
- California Department of Fish & Wildlife
The objective for this agreement is to create cooperative research for the purpose of developing adequate, coordinated research and education relating to fish and wildlife. This agreement will provide technical and professional education on the graduate and professional levels, in the fields of renewable natural resource sciences. The current projects are Prairie Creek juvenile salmonid abundance study, which continues long-term monitoring of juvenile coho salmon abundance in the Prairie Creek basin, and the "Five basin study", which is attempting to assess the commonality of habitat factors limiting production of juvenile coho salmon on a region-wide scale.