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Egg Kill: Spawning to Emergence Geography References and Notes

Egg Kill version of SacPAS:  Spawning to Emergence   Beta version for testing and evaluation! This model is in testing phase. Currently it works best with a modern browser.

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The SacPAS fish modeling process begins with egg deposition at the time of spawning. Development rate and survival can be modeled by various methods to determine fry emergence from the gravel. On this page you can control temperature inputs, redd counts/timing/location and survival details for egg development modeling.

Developed by:
W. Nicholas Beer CBR,UW


Temperature Profiles 
READ about formats! Temperature and redd counts share a format. Both upload and input formats are multi-column, comma separated variables. Day-of-year is first column. Blocks of days can be condensed with format: "first_day:final_day" Subsequent columns are values at different river positions identified by River Kilometer.

Column name format MUST be: "RKMxxx" where xxx is numeric. E.g.Day,RKM483,RKM479,...

2 years worth of temperature values are required due to the calendar-year-spanning life history of Winter Run Chinook Salmon. If you Upload data, it will be placed in the text area as input values awaiting "Run".

For plotting purposes, temperatures outside of the selected range are truncated. This does not affect calculations.

To use "Density by Reach": You must query the database OR upload redds with specific headers:

RKM483 = Keswick to ACID dam (5.5 Km)
RKM479 = ACID dam to Hwy44 (3.3 Km)
RKM470 = Hwy44 to Airport Rd. (19.7 km)

"Plot days" and "RKM range" control plotting of temperature heatmap and timeseries.

TCrit is the temperature below which there is no temperature induced mortality.

"Crit period" is the critical number of days prior to and including hatch day when temperature exposure is computed.

"Crit type" selects how the exposure is identified during the critical period.

Historic (KWK to CCR):

Input or upload

Units: Centigrade Farenheit

Winter Chinook redds

Historic

Input or upload


Survival to RBDD (Temperature)

Eggs sensitive prior to hatching
Crit days:
TCrit: °C = °F
b (rate): b(rate) = 0.5 applies to "Eggs sensitive prior to hatching" (the default).

This is daily mortality rate when the critical temperature is exceeded, but only applies during the hatching critical period.

°C-1d-1 = °F-1d-1
Eggs sensitive ALL incubation
TCrit: °C = °F
b (rate): b(rate) = 0.0239 applies to "Eggs sensitive ALL incubation" from Martin et al. 2017. This mortality rate is applied for any day during the entire incubation period when the temperature goes above the critical temperature.
°C-1d-1 = °F-1d-1

Survival to RBDD (Other factors)

SRTT 1 (Martin et al. 2016)
Base rate: (maximum survival)
Rate per female spawner:
Beverton-Holt (Anderson 2018)
Base rate: (maximum survival)
Carrying capacity: per KM
(Note!) Martin et al. determined the carrying capacity to be 9107 for Winter Chinook. This does NOT allow for the spatial distribution of redds on the entire spawning grounds.
None. Only temperature effects
 A Heat Map here.
Show: Redds Hatching Emergence
 A Temperature Plot here.
Plot days to (1:730)
RKM range to
Density by: Reach or RKM
Temp range: 10-14 or 8-16 °C
Crit type: Critical Value type affects display of exposure metrics. During the Critical period near hatching: Show the mean or the maximum temperature.
Mean Max

Results summary

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Redd distribution

Pre-hatching exposure

All incubation exposure

Emergence timing

Survivals to emergence

Temperatures

-- Further information --

Details, clarification, usage tips, and FAQs...

"Using river temperature to optimize fish incubation
metabolism and survival (Anderson 2018)"

Method to compute time to hatching

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Survival results.
Redd distributions.
Hatching Exposures.
Emergence Exposures.
Emergence results.


Chinook egg to emergence timing model

Mechanistic (Beer and Anderson 1997): Egg mass mg.
Empirical (Jensen et al. 1999)
Power law (Beacham/Murray 1990) Days = e10.404 - 2.043*log(T°C + 7.575)
Linear (Zeug et al. 2012): Target ATUs degree C days.
Eggs per Redd Oppenheim (2014)
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