Temporary Barriers Program (TBP)

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HORB revisited

Last week, the court approved a joint stipulation (PDF) filed by the various parties involved in the OCAP salmonid litigation. [1] The stipulation will set the plan for the coordinated operation of the state and federal projects — striking some sort of balance between Delta exports and species protection, and replacing certain requirements of the … Continue reading

YouTube video clips of fish and the Delta

It’s been awhile since I last posted to this blog.  I didn’t mean to let it lapse for this long, but it can be hard to regain momentum once stopping.  Anyway, an update is overdue, and for those of you still checking in, I thought it would be fun to return by sharing a YouTube … Continue reading

The Head of Old River Barrier, and a delicate balance of species and exports

One purpose of the Vernalis Adaptive Management Plan (VAMP), beyond looking at flows and exports, was to investigate how the survival rate of Chinook salmon smolts migrating through the San Joaquin River system could be improved by constructing a rock barrier at the Head of Old River (HORB).  Reverse Old & Middle River (OMR) flows … Continue reading

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