Interactive Postseason Analysis
Beginning in 2018, postseason analysis has moved from a static report to an interactive web page. At the end of the migration season, forecasts and observations are presented and compared when possible. Various details and visualizations are available, and previous years can be examined as well.
- Postseason Analysis of the realtime forecasting of juvenile travel time and survival using COMPASS
- Postseason Analysis of Spring and Fall Adult Chinook migrations
Adult Peak, Adult Upstream Model and Escapement Forecaster
Oceanic, riverine, and genetic influences on spring chinook salmon migration timing. Ecological Applications [Internet]. 2009;19:1989-2003. Available from: http://dx.doi.org/10.1890/08-0477.1.
Run timing of adult Chinook salmon passing Bonneville dam on the Columbia River. [Internet]. 2007. Available from: /sites/default/files/papers/chinook.run.timing.2007.pdf.
Juvenile Passage Models
2007 - Present
Comprehensive Passage (COMPASS) Model: a model of downstream migration and survival of juvenile salmonids through a hydropower system. Hydrobiologia [Internet]. 2008;609:289-300. Available from: http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/s10750-008-9407-z.
1996 - 2006
Columbia River Salmon Passage Model CRiSP.1.6 Theory and Calibration. [Internet]. 2000. Available from: /sites/default/files/manuals/crisp16_tc.pdf.
Total Dissolved Gas
TDG modeling used by the juvenile passage models can be found in the CRiSP1.6 Theory & Calibration Manual.
Gas Saturation and Sensitivity Analysis Using CRiSP. [Internet]. 1997. Available from: /sites/default/files/papers/shawpath.pdf.
Total Dissolved Gas submodel parameter calibration for use with CRiSP. [Internet]. 2003. Available from: /sites/default/files/papers/gascalibration2003.2.pdf.
Gas Generation Equations Development for CRiSP from April 1998