Workshop – September 17-19th, 2013

Pacific Northwest Fish Screening and Passage Workshop in Missoula, Montana
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Opening Remarks by Pat Saffel, MFWP (Download – 12.7 MB)
Washington Update by Timothy Burns, WDFW (Download – 8.53 MB)
Oregon Update by Pete Baki, ODFW
Idaho Update by Paddy Murphy, IDFG (Download – 22.3 MB)
Montana Update by Mark Lere, MFWP
The Challenges of Implementing Fish Screens on Pressurized Irrigation Systems: A Biological Perspective by Paddy Murphy, IDFG (Download – 24.7 MB)
Using Fish Screens and Siphons to Reconnect a Migratory Westslope Cutthroat Trout Population: Did this Work? by Chris Clancy, MFWP
Modifying Existing Structures to Install New Fish Screens by Robert Edwards, ODFW
Horizontal Screens: Project Design, Implementation, and Operation by Les Perkins, FCA Solutions, Hood River, OR (Download – 81.1 MB)
Proposed Replacement of Roza Screens by Mark Briggs, USBR, Yakima, WA
Utilizing Technology in Fish Screening and Passage by Ray Gilmour, WDFW (Download – 155 MB)
Peoples Irrigation District & ODFW Cost-share Program, Look before You Leap by Martin Olson, ODFW
The Use Of Barriers to Protect Westslope Cutthroat Trout Populations from Genetic Introgression and Competition by Nonnative Salmonids by David Moser, MFWP (Download – 4.41 MB)
Fish Barrier Design Evolution in Montana by George Austiguy, P.E., Pioneer Technical Services with Contributions by Dale White, USFS
Thompson Falls Fish Ladder: A solution for Moving Bull Trout over a Montana Dam by Brent Mabbott, PPL Montana, Butte, MT (Download – 33.6 MB)
Cartersville Fish Passage – Design Considerations for Eastern Montana by Gary Elwell, P.E., Dowl HKM, Billings, MT
Conserving Fluvial Yellowstone Cutthroat Trout: Water, Passage, Screens, and Challenges by Carol Endicott, MFWP (Download – 18.6 MB)
John Day Fish Screening and Passage Program Current Issues by Mike Jensen, ODFW
Hydraulic Performance of Roughened Channels by Joey Howard, P.E., Cascade Stream Solutions, LLC, Ashland, OR (Download – 33.8 MB)
Steelhead Video by Joey Howard, P.E., Cascade Stream Solutions, LLC, Ashland, OR (Download – 37.2 MB)
Reducing Operation and Maintenance with Traveling Screens by Michael Laurent, Hydrolox Engineered Polymer Screens, Harahan, LA (Download – 6.86 MB)
Six Mile Video (Download – 20.5 MB)

Workshop – September 17-20th, 2012

Fish Passage Training Workshop in Hood River, OR
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Session 1: Introduction and Background
Manual Cover Page
Table of Contents
Course Tabs
Course Outline
Introduction by Bryan Norlund, NMFS

Session 2: Site Visits
Site Visit Agenda

Session 3: Juvenile Fish Screen and Bypass Designs by Bryan Norlund, NMFS
History, Purpose, and Objectives
Criteria and Hydraulics
Biological Factors and Screen Design
Types of Positive Barrier Screens
Designing Fish Screens
Juvenile Fish Screen Design Summary Checklist
Suggested Reading and References
Debris Management and Uniform Velocity
Juvenile Fish Bypasses and Outfalls (Download – 14.9 MB)

Session 4: Screen and Passage Issues
Oregon Screen and Passage Issues by Mike Jensen, ODFW (Download – 7.00 MB)
Managing Sediment at Fish Screens by Ray Gilmour, WDFW

Session 5: Site Issues
Resolving Site Issues in Screen and Bypass Systems by Paddy Murphy, IDFG

Session 6: Upstream Passage Systems
Introduction to Upstream Fish Passage Systems by Ken Loffink, ODFW

Session 7: Lamprey Passage
Juvenile Lamprey Passage by Matt Mesa, USGS
Effectiveness of Common Fish Screen Materials to Protect Lamprey Ammocoetes, Rose & Mesa