SacPAS: Central Valley Prediction & Assessment of Salmon

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Data Queries & Alerts


<> Alert: Weir Overtopping Today & Last 10 Days River Stage (Feet) Above / Below Weir Crest Level at 4 Sacramento River Weirs: Moulton, Colusa, Tisdale and Fremont.

<> Temperature Target Analysis based on RPAs (CDEC)


<> Juvenile Monitoring & Sampling (USFWS, Lodi, USFWS, Red Bluff, California Department of Fish & Wildlife via StreamNet, and CDEC)


<> Juvenile Loss & Salvage (Fish Salvage Monitoring, CDFW Bay Delta Region)


<> Adult Escapement


<> River Conditions (CDEC)


<> Exposure Index Data analysis tool calculates observed river conditions to user-provided thresholds and observed Fish Exposure to River Conditions at locations on the Sacramento River. Currently offering observed river conditions to user-provided thresholds.

<> Data Sites & Inventory Current database inventory for selected Sacramento River Basin sites with links to data reports and visualizations.


Data Queries & Alerts Provide a publicly accessible, web-based query and reporting system of historical and current fish, environmental, and hydrologic information, vital to year-round planning and adaptive management of the Central Valley Project and State Water Project. Data uploads will provide the most up-to-date data as it is made available, whether it be daily, biweekly, monthly or annually. Basic conditions, performance measures, and threshold-based alerts are available through data aggregation and analysis of environmental conditions.

Quality Control of California Data Exchange Center (CDEC) Hydrosystem Data for use in SacPAS.

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Friday, 29-Mar-2019 11:36:35 PDT