IEP Technical Reports focus on scientific topics for resource managers, scientists and the public. An IEP Technical Report is an irregularly produced publication series that provides an avenue for reporting on larger, more complex studies or data collection effort. IEP Technical Reports are usually greater than 70 type written pages and do not undergo external peer review. Findings should be interpreted with caution.
Selected Recent Technical Reports
Framework for Aquatic Vegetation Monitoring in the Delta
Khanna, S., Conrad, L. Caudill, J., Christman, M. Darin, G. Ellis, D., Gilbert, P., Hartman, R., Kayfetz, K., Pratt, W., Tobias, V., & Wasserman, A. (2018). Framework for Aquatic Vegetation Monitoring in the Delta. Interagency Ecological Program Technical Reports, 1-54.
- The goal of this document is to describe potential frameworks for monitoring the aquatic vegetation community and distribution in the Delta and Suisun Marsh in a manner that informs resource management needs.
A History of the Operational and Structural Changes to the Tracy Fish Collection Facility
Morinaka, J. (2013). A History of the Operational and Structural Changes to the John E. Skinner Delta Fish Protective Facility from 1968 to 2010. Interagency Ecological Program Technical Reports, 1-33.
- The purpose of this document is to provide a background to the Tracy Fish Collection Facility and to describe the changes that have occurred, both operational and structural, at the facility throughout its existence.
Effects of Tidal Wetland Restoration on Fish
Sherman, S., Hartman, R., & Contreras, D. (2017). Effects of tidal Wetland Restoration on Fish: A Suite of Conceptual Models. Interagency Ecological Program Technical Reports, 1-358.
- A suite of conceptual models developed to articulate current understanding of the drivers and processes that govern how restoration will impact native fish species and their environment.
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