Monitoring Strategies > Overview
Anadromous Salmonid Monitoring Strategies (ASMS)
This site contains the latest Viable Salmonid Population (VSP), habitat and hatchery effectiveness monitoring inventory tables organized by Evolutionary Significant Unit (ESU)/Distinct Population Segment (DPS).
The website is available at http://www.cbfwa.org/AMS
Lamprey Monitoring Strategies (LMS)
Work will begin shortly to develop a Pacific Lamprey Monitoring Strategy using the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service's Lamprey conservation initiative as a foundation and framework. This site will include the most current work towards developing the strategy. Until then, see the Lamprey Technical Workshop website for information regarding Lamprey in the Columbia River Basin.
The website is available at http://www.cbfwa.org/LMS
Resident Fish Monitoring Strategies (RFMS)
This site contains the latest Viable White Sturgeon (VWSP), habitat and hatchery effectiveness monitoring inventory tables organized by management unit or population.
The website is available at http://www.cbfwa.org/RFMS
Wildlife Monitoring Implementation Strategy (WMIS)
The WMIS is being developed through the CBFWA Wildlife Advisory Committee (WAC) forum. The committee is working on a monitoring framework that can rely on existing monitoring efforts to report on high level indicators to support the Northwest Power and Conservation Council’s (NPCC) Monitoring, Evaluation, Research and Reporting (MERR) Plan.
The website is available at http://www.cbfwa.org/WMIS