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Photo of Computer screen capture from the frog model as applied to a 400-meter (about .25 mile) reach of the South Fork, Trinity River, northwestern California. USDA Forest Service
ID: 802
Balancing Potentially Conflicting Demands: Fish and Frogs in Regulated Rivers

Regulated rivers in California and beyond provide critical habitat for multiple threatened species, including various salmonid fishes and foothi ...

Principal Investigator : Bret C. Harvey

Wildlife and Fish2015PSW
Photo of These images depict the habitat restoration site and demonstrate the assignment of habitat characteristics to individual habitat cells.
ID: 1345
Evaluating habitat restoration plans with a novel fish population model

The ability to forecast the consequences of alternative habitat restoration plans for highly valued resources is a critical need of the Forest S ...

Principal Investigator : Bret C. Harvey

Water, Air, and Soil
Wildlife and Fish
2017PSW
Photo of Hells Canyon Dam. Forest Service researchers and their colleagues have developed spatially explicit, individual-based models of salmonid fishes to address how dams affect them. NOAA.
ID: 944
Modeling Potential River Management Conflicts Between Frogs and Salmonids

The Forest Service participates in the management of many regulated rivers that, while providing clean water to people, also support populations ...

Principal Investigator : Bret C. Harvey

Water, Air, and Soil
Wildlife and Fish
2016PSW
Photo of
ID: 99
Trout Populations Benefit From Novel Model That Examines Fragmented Habitat

Research helps set priorities for restoring connectivity of stream networks

Principal Investigator : Bret C. Harvey

Wildlife and Fish2012PSW