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Project: Understanding the Scale and Mechanisms of Connectivity between Splittail Populations and the Implications for Management (2037)

Description: The study addresses the hypothesis that there is no difference in population dynamics between the two distinct splittail populations. To address this hypothesis we are conducting a collaborative, interdisciplinary study that includes an intensive field effort combined with state-of-the-art laboratory tools that can determine the natal origins, historical habitat use, feeding, and general health of adult splittail.

Reference Number: 3860-P84-665

Implemented By: U.S. Bureau of Reclamation

Objective: Advance the knowledge and understanding of the complex water supply issues and ecosystems of  the Bay-Delta system as an aid to Delta policy makers and managers working to achieve the two coequal goals of providing a more reliable water supply for California and protecting, restoring, and enhancing the Delta ecosystem.

Type: Research/Planning (including Science)

Total Cost: $599,997.48

Project Status: Complete and Fully Paid

On Time?: Yes    Within Scope?: Yes    Within Budget?: Yes

Estimated Completion: 6/30/2015    Actual Completion: 6/30/2016

Associated Counties: Multiple

Located In Disadvantaged Community: Yes

Contribution SourcesContribution DateContribution Amount
Prop. 84, Integrated Regional Water Management3/3/2010$599,997.48

Project MetricMetric TopicQuantityUnit
Research/Planning (including Science)Other  


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