A PDF of the Tagging, Telemetry, and Marking Compendium is now available.
Tagging, Telemetry, & Marking Compendium Project
In 2007, the Fish Population Monitoring Working Group initiated a task to review and catalog tagging, telemetry, and marking protocols in the region. The proposed Techniques Guide provides new information, case studies, design and technological advances and describes methods and protocols. The closing chapters provide a summary of commonalities and areas of technical convergence. The authors used a comparative analysis approach to propose recommendations that will improve tagging, telemetry and marking programs and techniques. This proposal was reviewed by the Northwest Power and Conservation Council's Independent Science Review Panel in early 2008, to assist the PNAMP Steering Committee in making decisions about the final nature of this product.
The goal of this project was to provide standardization, cost effectiveness, and coordination between and among all tagging, marking, and telemetry programs in the Columbia and Snake River Basins, Puget Sound, the Oregon Coast, Northern California, and beyond.
Keith Wolf and Jennifer O'Neal led this work, with support from PNAMP Staff and Fish Population Monitoring working group participants.
TTM Compendium Published
Special Section 4: The Northwest Power and Conservation Council – Staff Summary of the Recommendations from the ISRP/ISAB’s Tagging Report #2009-1Document Type: Final PNAMP Materials | Author: Jim RuffPublished Date: January 31, 2010
Chapter 7.—Guidelines to Indirectly Measure and Enhance Detection Efficiency of Stationary PIT Tag Interrogation Systems in StreamsDocument Type: Final PNAMP Materials | Author: Patrick J. ConnollyPublished Date: January 31, 2010
Published Date: January 31, 2010
Special Section 1: AFS Symposium Proposal Washington-British Columbia Chapter Meeting, Methods of Fish TrackingDocument Type: Final PNAMP Materials | Author: Moderator: Anna KagleyPublished Date: January 31, 2010
Chapter 4.—Surgical Implantation of Acoustic Tags: Influence of Tag Loss and Tag-Induced Mortality on Free-Ranging and Hatchery-Held Spring Chinook Salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) SmoltsDocument Type: Final PNAMP Materials | Author: Erin L. Rechisky and David W. WelchPublished Date: January 31, 2010