|RTT Operating Procedures
||Upper Columbia Regional Technical Team Operating Procedures
||Current RTT Membership
|Revised Biological Strategy
||A Biological Strategy to Protect and Restore Salmonid Habitat in the Upper Columbia Region: A Draft Report to the Upper Columbia Salmon Recovery Board from The Upper Columbia Regional Technical Team
|Upper Columbia Monitoring Strategy
The monitoring strategy described in this document is not another regional monitoring plan. Rather,
this plan draws from existing strategies and outlines an approach specific to the Upper Columbia
Basin. The plan described here addresses the following basic questions:
1. What are the current habitat conditions and abundance, distribution, life-stage survival, and age-composition of fish in the Upper Columbia Basin (status monitoring)?
2. How do these factors change over time (trend monitoring)?
3. What effects do tributary habitat actions have on fish populations and habitat conditions (effectiveness monitoring)?
|Upper Columbia Monitoring Strategy - Appendix A
||An Implementation Strategy for Wenatchee River Subbasin Monitoring
|Upper Columbia Monitoring Strategy - Appendix B
||An Implementation Strategy for Entiat River Subbasin Monitoring
|Upper Columbia Monitoring Strategy - Appendix C
||An Implementation Strategy for Methow River Subbasin Monitoring
|Barrier Prioritization Framework
||Past project review sessions revealed uncertainty regarding which culverts/diversions were considered a priority for repair based on their potential biological benefit. This decoument describes a standardized and systematic approach to prioritizing barrier-correction projects throughout the Upper Columbia.
|Barrier Prioritization: Wenatchee
||This document evaluates the priorities of barrier-correction projects in the Wenatchee Subbasin as an example use of the Barrier Prioritization Framework
|Final UC Data Gaps with Ratings and Tiers
||UCRTT Monitoring and Data Management Committee Data Gaps Inventory and Assessment
|Upper Columbia Regional Technical Team 2010 Analysis Workshop Synthesis Report
||The 2010 Analysis Workshop Synthesis Report was a key outcome that was presented at the Upper Columbia Habitat Adaptive Management 2010 Science Conference on November 16, 2010. The report and the Conference both play an important role in the adaptive management framework adopted by the UCSRB for implementation of the Upper Columbia Spring Chinook Salmon and Steelhead Recovery Plan by providing a forum for the public to get informed of the science behind salmon recovery.
|UCRTT 2010 Analysis Workshop Synthesis Report Bibliography
||Bibleography for the 2010 UCRTT Analysis Workshop Synthesis Report
|RM&E in the Upper Columbia Memo
||Memo from the UCRTT's Monitoring and Data Management Committee defining what information is needed for fish habitat restoration project development, what information is currently being collected, and provides a recommendation for additional monitoring to better inform project sponsors.