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Our research experience spans geography (estuaries, tributary and mainstem habitats and reservoirs); topics (fish passage, aquatic invasive species, climate change); and, encompasses a diverse range of activities such as telemetry, physiological studies, and regional scale ecological modeling. Many of our research findings are relevant to issues affecting the Nation. 

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Ecological Flows and the Hydropower System

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Habitat Challenges: Landscape Scale Stressors

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Modeling: Quantitative to Landscape

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Reintroductions: Risks and Rewards

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Technology Supporting Ecology

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Tribal Collaborations

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Pioneering Fish Passage

Education

I Am A(n)...Ichthyologist

I Am A(n) ... Ichthyologist is part of our "I Am A..." series of USGS whiteboard animations that highlight USGS careers. The concept is to show "what society (or my mom) thinks I do" compared with "what I really do." One image captures a more whimsical representation of a "scientist" in the field and the second demonstrates a more accurate representatio

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I Am A(n)...Ichthyologist

I Am A(n) ... Ichthyologist is part of our "I Am A..." series of USGS whiteboard animations that highlight USGS careers. The concept is to show "what society (or my mom) thinks I do" compared with "what I really do." One image captures a more whimsical representation of a "scientist" in the field and the second demonstrates a more accurate representatio

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Questions and Answers About Salmon

A list of questions asked by students and answers provided by a USGS-WFRC Scientist.

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Questions and Answers About Salmon

A list of questions asked by students and answers provided by a USGS-WFRC Scientist.

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