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Title: In Stream Habitat and Stock Restoration for Salmon Otter Creek Barrier Bypass Subproject

Project Year and Number: 1994: 94139-B1

Other Fiscal Years and Numbers for this Project: 1995: 95139-B, 1994: 94139-B2, 1993: 93063, 1992: R105

Principal Investigator (PI): Kate Wedemeyer, DOI

Assisting Personnel: Dan Gillikin

Research Location: Prince William Sound

Restoration Category: General Restoration

Injured Resources Addressed: Cutthroat Trout , Pink Salmon

Abstract: The project will provide access for all salmon, trout and char by designing and constructing a fish pass at the barrier falls on Otter Creek. Presently there is an Alaska steeppass, built in 1982, on a barrier falls near the mouth that allows cutthroat trout access past the falls. The project will modify the existing structure to allow all salmon (pink, coho) and trout and char access to up-stream habitat.


Geographic Regions Prince William Sound
Species Fish - Salmon
Fields of Expertise Ecology

Proposal: PDF Not Available

Funding Recommendations: View

Funding Detail For: 1994

Quarterly Project Tasks For: 1994

Annual Report: 1994: Not Available

Final Report: View

Publications from this Project: None Available

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Project Number Proposal Annual Reports Final Report Data
1995: 95139-B Not Available 1995: Not Available
See Project 94139-B1 See Project 94139-B1
1994: 94139-B2 Not Available 1994: Not Available
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1993: 93063 Not Available 1993: Not Applicable
See Project R105 See Project R105
1992: R105 Not Available 1992: Not Applicable
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