The University of Idaho's Fish Ecology Research Lab in collaboration with the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, NOAA-Fisheries, and other research partners has used radiotelemetry to study the migrations, dam passage behaviors, and survival of adult salmon and steelhead in the Columbia River basin since the 1990s, amassing one of the world’s largest fish migration datasets along with an extensive catalog of technical reports and peer-reviewed publications.

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Synthesis Report

Technical Report 2017-2, "Migration Of Adult Salmonids In The Federal Columbia River Hydrosystem: A Summary Of Radiotelemetry Studies, 1996-2014", provides a single-source compilation of the data, methods, and results across the nearly two-decade time series. Explore the synthesis report contents below, or check the Subject Matter Index for a guide to all content.

Time Span

1996 to 2019

Fish Ecology Research Lab
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