A suite of sample size programs for estimating parameters from various release-recapture models: Single Release, Paired Release, Virtual Paired Release, Ricker Two-Release, ViRDCt full model, and ViRDCt reduced model.
Parametric model for relating stressors and environmental properties to organism survivorship. Vitality is an abstract property which changes in response to organism's experience and can be affected by intrinsic and extrinsic factors.
Egg growth model tracks egg development from spawning to emergence. Subsequent growth of emerged fry through first season predicted by bioenergetics modeling. Useful for examining role of seasonal temperatures on early life development and growth.
Comprehensive Passage (COMPASS) model predicts the effects of alternative operations of Snake and Columbia River dams on juvenile salmonid migration and survival. COMPASS was adapted from the CRiSP model; development led by NOAA with input from scientists across multiple agencies in the Pacific Northwest, United States.
Framework that can be configured at runtime to represent many different models depending upon the specific process algorithms and data specified in the input files. Coast Model contains algorithms used by the Pacific Salmon Commission (PSC) Chinook Model at time of development.
Actively developed and used from 1988 through 2006. CRiSP Passage model (Columbia River Salmon Passage Model) predicts downstream migration and survival of individual juvenile salmonid stocks from the tributaries and dams of the Columbia and Snake rivers to the estuary. It is also stochastic, incorporating measures of variability and uncertainty into survival predictions. The web page includes the CRiSP Passage executable, data files, and documentation.
Access tool to Columbia River DART to display graphical and text results. It can be run as an applet in a web browser or a computer application, in which user-specified query and graph configurations can be saved. javaDART was developed and maintained 2000-2008.
Web page for coordination of work from multiple agencies that developed and implemented harvest algorithms, including the CRiSP Harvest model, the Proportional Migration (PM) Selective Fishery Model and data retrieval, and the Pacific Salmon Commission (PSC) Selective Fishery Simulation Model. Developed and maintained 1996-1999.