Technical Report

 

An inventory of water diversions in Oregon needing fish screens Public Deposited

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  • This report summarizes the results of work required by Senate Bill (SB) 148, enacted by the Oregon Legislature at its 1989 session and referenced in ORS 498.256. In response to SB 148 the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (Department) developed standards to determine the needs, priorities, and estimated costs for installation and maintenance of fish screening projects at water diversions throughout Oregon. A listing of individual diversions needing fish screens was compiled and prioritized and a recommended plan for implementing a state-wide fish screening program developed (Volume II of this report, under separate cover, contains the individual project listings). The equivalent of two person-years of effort went into this project with 41 biologists evaluating over 55,000 individual diversions. This effort cost the Department about $100,000 primarily from state and federal sport angler revenues. This report defines the overall needs and expected costs of fish screening projects throughout the state. The Department intends for this document to be used to initiate a process to resolve fish screening problems in the state. This report will assist decision makers in developing an implementation plan for a fish screening program that will significantly benefit and protect Oregon's fishery resources for present and future generations.
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