TRRP Reports

This page provides convenient access to TRRP Reports by topic. It does not include historic reports or reports completed externally to the TRRP partnership and its contractors (except a few items that feed directly into TRRP activities such as the 1999 Flow Evaluation Study).

Citations are sorted by publication date, with the most recent at the top.

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TRRP Annual Reports

TRRP (Trinity River Restoration Program). 2016. Trinity River Restoration Program 2015 Annual Report. TRRP, Weaverville, California.

TRRP (Trinity River Restoration Program). 2015. Trinity River Restoration Program 2014 Annual Report. TRRP, Weaverville, California.

TRRP (Trinity River Restoration Program). 2014. Trinity River Restoration Program 2013 Annual Report. TRRP, Weaverville, California.

TRRP (Trinity River Restoration Program). 2013. Trinity River Restoration Program 2012 Annual Report. TRRP, Weaverville, California.

TRRP (Trinity River Restoration Program). 2012. Trinity River Restoration Program 2011 Annual Report. TRRP, Weaverville, California.

TRRP (Trinity River Restoration Program). 2011. Trinity River Restoration Program 2010 Annual Report. TRRP, Weaverville, California.

TRRP Restoration Actions – Restoration Flow Releases

TRRP. 2016. Restoration Flow Releases on the Trinity River – Water Year 2015. Workgroup Report WR-TRRP-2016-1. Trinity River Restoration Program, Weaverville, California.

TRRP (Trinity River Restoration Program). 2015. Trinity River Restoration Flow Release Schedule Design for Water Year 2015. Technical Memorandum WG-TRRP-Flow-2015-1. TRRP, Weaverville, California

TRRP (Trinity River Restoration Program). 2015. Restoration Flow Releases on the Trinity River – Water Year 2014. Work Group Report TR-TRRP-2015-1. TRRP, Weaverville, California.

Alvarez, J., D. H. Goodman, A. Martin, N. A. Som, K. A. Wright, and T. B. Hardy. 2015. Development and validation of two-dimensional hydrodynamic models on the Trinity River, California. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program, Arcata Fisheries Technical Series Report TR 2015-24. Hoopa Valley Tribe Fisheries Department, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Yurok Tribe Trinity River Division, and Texas State University.

TRRP (Trinity River Restoration Program). 2014. Trinity River Restoration Flow Release Schedule Design for Water Year 2014. Technical Memorandum WG-TRRP-Flow-2014-1. TRRP, Weaverville, California.

TRRP (Trinity River Restoration Program). 2014. Restoration Flow Releases on the Trinity River – Water Year 2013. Technical Report #TR-TRRP-2014-1. TRRP, Weaverville, California.

TRRP (Trinity River Restoration Program). 2013. Trinity River restoration flow release schedule design, water year 2013. Workgroup Report WG-TRRP-Flow-2013-1. TRRP, Weaverville, California.

TRRP (Trinity River Restoration Program). 2012. Development of the Trinity River Restoration Flow Release Schedule for Water Year 2012. Technical Report TR-TRRP-2012-3.TRRP, Weaverville, California.

TRRP (Trinity River Restoration Program). 2012. Water releases and river restoration. Public information bulletin by the TRRP, Weaverville, California.

Martin Hydrographics. 2005. Trinity basin surface water data review 1995 - 2005. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program.

Hales, G. 2004. Trinity River Hocker Flat bank rehabilitation project: floodplain inundation flow determination using 1.5 year flood as inundation index. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program. McBain & Trush Inc., Arcata, California.

HVT (Hoopa Valley Tribe) and McBain & Trush Inc. 2002. Preliminary geomorphic results of May 2002 6,000 cfs flow release. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program, Trinity Management Council. HVT, Hoopa, California.

USFWS (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service) and HVT (Hoopa Valley Tribe). 1999. Trinity River flow evaluation final report. USFWS, Arcata, California and HVT, Hoopa, California.

TRRP Restoration Actions – Channel Rehabilitation

North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation and U.S. Bureau of Land Management. 2016. Trinity River Channel Rehabilitation Site: Bucktail (River Mile 105.45-107.0). Environmental Assessment / Initial Study DOI-BLM-CA-N060-2015-0057-EA and TR-EA0215. State Clearinghouse #2015112039. Trinity River Restoration Program, Weaverville, California.

Martin, A. 2016. Age 0 Chinook and Coho Salmon Rearing Habitat Observations, Lower Junction City Rehabilitation Site, 2011-2015, Upper Trinity River, CA. Summary report to the Trinity River Restoration Program (TRRP). TRRP, Weaverville, California.

Martin, A. 2016. Age-0 Chinook and Coho Salmon Rearing Habitat Observations, Upper Douglas City Rehabilitation Site, 2014-2015, Upper Trinity River, CA. Summary report to the Trinity River Restoration Program (TRRP). TRRP, Weaverville, California.

USBR (U.S. Bureau of Reclamation). 2015. Value engineering, final report, Trinity River Restoration Program: Chapman Ranch, Deep Gulch, and Sheridan Creek sites. Report for the Trinity River Restoration Program (TRRP). USBR, Sacramento, California. [Public version via TRRP, Weaverville, California.]

HVTFD (Hoopa Valley Tribal Fisheries Department), McBain Associates, Domenichelli and Associates, and Cardno. 2015. Final design document: Trinity River, Bucktail (river mile 105.3 – 106.25). Report to the TRRP (Trinity River Restoration Program). HVTFD, Hoopa, California.

Curtis, J.A., S.A. Wright, J.T. Minear, and L.E. Flint. 2015. Assessing geomorphic change along the Trinity River downstream from Lewiston Dam, California, 1980–2011. U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Report 2015–5046, prepared in cooperation with the Trinity River Restoration Program. http://dx.doi.org/10.3133/sir20155046.

Pryor, C. 2015. Velocity profiles of wood structures at Upper Junction City, Lorenz Gulch, Lowden. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program under U.S. Bureau of Reclamation contract R10PX20131 from GMA Hydrology, Arcata, California.

USFWS (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service), USFS (U.S. Forest Service), USBR (U.S. Bureau of Reclamation), and NMFS (National Marine Fisheries Service). 2014. Final design report: Limekiln Gulch rehabilitation project. Report to the TRRP (Trinity River Restoration Program). TRRP, Weaverville, California.

De Juilio, K., A. Martin, J. Alvarez, and D. H. Goodman. 2014. Age-0 Chinook and Coho salmon rearing habitat assessment: Sawmill rehabilitation site, three years after construction at winter base flow, upper Trinity River. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program, Arcata Fisheries Data Series Report Number DS 2014-37. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Arcata, California.

Gaeuman, D. 2014. High-flow gravel injection for constructing designed in-channel features. River Research and Applications 30(6): 685-706.

Kirker, D. J. 2014. Geophysical investigation, Dutch Creek complex - Trinity River, Trinity County, CA. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program via GMA Hydrology. NORCAL Geophysical Consultants, Inc., Cotati, California.

Buffington, J., C. Jordan, M. Merigliano, J. Peterson, and C. Stalnaker. 2014. Review of the Trinity River Restoration Program following Phase 1, with emphasis on the Program's channel rehabilitation strategy. Prepared by the Trinity River Restoration Program's Science Advisory Board for the Trinity River Restoration Program with assistance from Anchor QEA, LLC, Stillwater Sciences, BioAnalysts, Inc., and Hinrichsen Environmental Services.

USFWS (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service), USFS (U.S. Forest Service, USBR (U.S. Bureau of Reclamation), and NMFS (National Marine Fisheries Service). 2014. Final design report, Lower Junction City rehabilitation project. TRRP (Trinity River Restoration Program), Weaverville, California.

Martin, A. 2014. Age 0 Chinook and Coho Rearing Habitat Observations, Hocker Flat Rehabilitation Site, 2008-2013, Upper Trinity River, CA. Data summary for the Trinity River Restoration Program. Yurok Tribal Fisheries Program, Weitchpec, California.

Martin, A. 2014. Age 0 chinook and coho rearing habitat observations, Lower Steiner Flat rehabilitation site, 2011-2013, upper Trinity River, CA. Data summary for the Trinity River Restoration Program. Yurok Tribal Fisheries Program, Weitchpec, California.

Martin, A. 2014. Age 0 chinook and coho rearing habitat observations, Upper Junction City rehabilitation site, 2011-2013, upper Trinity River, CA. Data summary for the Trinity River Restoration Program. Yurok Tribal Fisheries Program, Weitchpec, California.

Martin, A. 2014. Age 0 chinook and coho rearing habitat observations, Upper Dark Gulch rehabilitation site, 2009-2013, upper Trinity River, CA. Data summary for the Trinity River Restoration Program. Yurok Tribal Fisheries Program, Weitchpec, California.

Martin, A., D. H. Goodman, and J. Alvarez. 2013. Age 0 Chinook and Coho Salmon Rearing Habitat Assessment of Lowden Meadows, Reading Creek, and Trinity House Gulch Rehabilitation Sites 2009-2011, Upper Trinity River. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program, Arcata Fisheries Data Series Report DS2013-33. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Arcata, California.

HVTFD (Hoopa Valley Tribal Fisheries Department), McBain & Trush, Domenichelli and Associates, and Cardno ENTRIX. 2013. Final design document: Trinity River, Douglas City rehabilitation site, (River Mile 93.6-94.6). Report to the TRRP (Trinity River Restoration Program). HVTFD, Hoopa, California.

USBR (U.S. Bureau of Reclamation). 2013. Value Engineering Study Final Report, Trinity River Restoration Program 2014 Channel Improvements - Bucktail, Dutch Creek, and Lower Junction City Sites. Report for the Trinity River Restoration Program (TRRP). U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Denver, California. [Public version via TRRP, Weaverville, California.]

Shea, C. 2013. Physical Workgroup input on multiple-threaded channel designs for Trinity River Restoration Program channel rehabilitation projects. Memorandum for the Trinity River Restoration Program, developed by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Arcata, California.

Ock, G. and G. M. Kondolf. 2012. Assessment of Ecological Roles of Gravel Bar Features Restored by Gravel Augmentation and Channel Rehabilitation Activities below Lewiston Dam in the Trinity River, California. U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Science and Technology Program Scoping Report. University of California, Berkeley, California.

TRRP (Trinity River Restoration Program). 2012. Trinity River rehabilitation site construction. TRRP public information bulletin, Weaverville, CA.

Martin, A., D. H. Goodman, and J. Alvarez. 2012. Estimation of rearing habitat area for age-0 Chinook and coho salmon during winter base flows within the Sawmill Rehabilitation Site of the Upper Trinity River, 2010. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program, Arcata Fisheries Data Series Report Number DS 2012-26. Yurok Tribal Fisheries Program, Willow Creek, California and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Arcata, California.

Chamberlain, C., D. Gaeuman, D. Bandrowski, and E. Wiseman. 2012. Final design report, Upper Junction City (UJC) channel rehabilitation project site - phase II. TRRP (Trinity River Restoration Program) report. TRRP, Weaverville, California.

Beechie, T., G. Pess, and H. Imaki. 2012. Estimated changes to Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) and steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss) habitat carrying capacity from rehabilitation actions for the Trinity River, North Fork Trinity to Lewiston Dam. Report to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Trinity River Restoration Program. U.S. National Marine Fisheries Service, Seattle, Washington.

Pasternack, G. B. and R. A. Brown. 2011. Ecohydraulic design of gravel-bed river rehabilitation in the Lewiston Dam reach of the Trinity River, CA. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program. University of California at Davis, Davis, California.

TRRP (Trinity River Restoration Program). 2011. Phase I Design Summary Fact Sheets (combined package). TRRP, Weaverville, California.

Cardno Entrix. 2011. Trinity River Modeling Memo, Lorenz Gulch - Goat Hole. Report to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Trinity River Restoration Program. Cardno Entrix, South Lake Tahoe, California.

Fiori, R., and M. Martin. 2011. Sawmill Rehabilitation Site Wood Loading: Post Construction Report. Report to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Trinity River Restoration Program. Fiori GeoSciences, Klamath, California and Yurok Tribal Fisheries Department, Hoopa, California.

HVTF (Hoopa Valley Tribal Fisheries), McBain & Trush Inc., and Northern Hydrology and Engineering. 2011. Preliminary demonstration of the capabilities of a 2D model to assess and improve Trinity River rehabilitation designs. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program. McBain & Trush Inc., Arcata, California.

Gaeuman D (2011) Water year 2010 implementation monitoring report. Technical Report TR-TRRP-2011-1, Trinity River Restoration Program, Weaverville, California.

HVTFD (Hoopa Valley Tribe Fisheries Department), McBain & Trush Inc., and Northern Hydrology & Engineering. 2011. Channel rehabilitation design guidelines for the mainstem Trinity River. Prepared for the Trinity River Restoration Program, Weaverville, California. HVTFD, Hoopa, California.

Cardno Entrix and CH2MHill (2011) Trinity River Large Wood Analysis and Recommendation Report. Report to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Trinity River Restoration Program. Cardno Entrix, South Lake Tahoe, California.

CH2MHill. 2011. Final design report: Trinity River Restoration Program Lower Steiner Flat rehabilitation site design. Report to the TRRP (Trinity River Restoration Program). CH2MHill, Boise, Idaho.

DWR (California Department of Water Resources). 2010. Design report: Trinity River - Wheel Gulch rehabilitation site (river mile 76.0-76.4). Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program. DWR, Red Bluff, California.

Cardno Entrix and CH2MHill (2010) ELJ On-site Implementation Follow-up Trip Report. Report to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Trinity River Restoration Program. Cardno Entrix, South Lake Tahoe, California.

2ndNature 2010. Dark Gulch feasibility study, final report. Provided to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Trinity River Restoration Program, Weaverville, California.

CH2MHill and ENTRIX (2010) Trinity River Restoration Program design and implementation process review report.

DWR (California Department of Water Resources) 2010. Trinity River Restoration Program, Lowden Ranch Rehabilitation Site [CAD Drawings, 100% Design Sheets]. DWR, Red Bluff, California.

Faler, J. 2010. Mechanical channel rehabilitation site design evolution. Poster presentation provided at the Trinity River Restoration Program's 2010 Trinity River Science Symposium. Trinity River Restoration Program, Weaverville, California.

Hoopa Valley Tribe and McBain & Trush Inc. 2009. Trinity River Restoration Program, Sawmill Rehabilitation Site [CAD Drawings, 100% Design Sheets]. McBain & Trush Inc., Arcata, California.

HVT (Hoopa Valley Tribe) and McBain & Trush Inc. 2010. Trinity River Restoration Program, Upper Reading Creek Rehabilitation Site [CAD Drawings, 100% Design Sheets]. MMcBain & Trush Inc., Arcata, California.

TRRP (Trinity River Restoration Program. 2008. Status Report: Vitzhum Gulch (AU Bend) Mechanical Channel Rehabilitation. Report by the TRRP, Weaverville, California.

USBR (U.S. Bureau of Reclamation), McBain & Trush Inc., and DWR (California Department of Water Resources). 2008. Trinity River Restoration Program, Lewiston - Dark Gulch Rehabilitation Site [CAD Drawings, 100% Design Sheets]. Trinity River Division (Trinity River Restoration Program), Weaverville, California.

USBR (U. S. Bureau of Reclamation). 2007. Value Engineering Final Report: Lewiston - Dark Gulch channel rehabilitation, 30 percent design, Trinity River Restoration Program, Central Valley Project. Report to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Trinity River Restoration Program. USBR, Denver, Colorado.

HVT (Hoopa Valley Tribe) and McBain & Trush Inc. 2007. Final report Trinity River water year 2006 geomorphic monitoring at Hocker Flat bank rehabilitation site. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program. HVT, Hoopa, California.

McBain & Trush Inc. 2007. Final report Trinity River water year 2006 riparian monitoring at proposed and constructed bank rehabilitation sites. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program. McBain & Trush Inc., Arcata, CA.

USBR (U.S. Bureau of Reclamation) and Trinity County. 2007. Indian Creek Rehabilitation Site: Trinity River Mile 93.7 to 96.5 78 environmental assessment/environmental impact report [with draft, supplemental, and signed FONSI]. April 2007, SCH#2006012101. Trinity River Restoration Program, Weaverville, CA.

USBR (U.S. Bureau of Reclamation). 2007. Trinity River Restoration Program, Indian Creek Rehabilitation Site [CAD Drawings, 100% Design Sheets]. Trinity River Division (Trinity River Restoration Program), Weaverville, CA.

USBR (U.S. Bureau of Reclamation). 2006. Value Engineering Final Report: Indian Creek channel rehabilitation project, 50-percent design, Trinity River Restoration Program, Central Valley Project. Report to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Trinity River Restoration Division. USBR, Denver, Colorado.

McBain & Trush Inc. 2006. Trinity River Restoration Program, Conner Creek Rehabilitation Site [CAD Drawings, 100% Design Sheets]. Restoration Design for the Trinity River Restoration Program. McBain & Trush Inc., Arcata, California.

McBain & Trush Inc. 2006. Trinity River Restoration Program, Valdor Gulch Rehabilitation Site [CAD Drawings, 100% Design Sheets]. Restoration Design for the Trinity River Restoration Program. McBain & Trush Inc., Arcata, California.

DWR (California Department of Water Resources). 2006. Trinity River Restoration Program, Elkhorn Rehabilitation Site [CAD Drawings, 100% Design Sheets]. Restoration Design for the Trinity River Restoration Program. DWR, Red Bluff, California.

DWR (California Department of Water Resources). 2006. Trinity River Restoration Program, Pear Tree Gulch Rehabilitation Site [CAD Drawings, 100% Design Sheets]. Restortation Design for the Trinity River Restoration Program. DWR, Red Bluff, California.

Hoopa Valley Tribe, McBain & Trush Inc. 2006. Riparian Monitoring at Four Proposed Bank Rehabilitation Sites and One Bank Rehabilitation Site. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program. Hoopa Valley Tribe, Hoopa, CA.

HVT (Hoopa Valley Tribe) and McBain & Trush Inc. 2006. Riparian monitoring at four proposed bank rehabilitation sites and one bank rehabilitation site. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program. HVT, Hoopa, California.

DWR (California Department of Water Resources) 2004. Trinity River Restoration Program, Hocker Flat Rehabilitation Site [CAD Drawings, 100% Design Sheets]. DWR, Red Bluff, California.

USBR (U.S. Bureau of Reclamation) and DWR (California Department of Water Resources). 2004. Hocker Flat Rehabilitation Site: Trinity River Mile 78 to 79.1 environmental assessment/environmental impact report [with draft]. November 2004, SCH#2004052076. Trinity River Restoration Program, Weaverville, California.

Hales, G. 2004. Trinity River Hocker Flat bank rehabilitation project: floodplain inundation flow determination using 1.5 year flood as inundation index. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program. McBain & Trush Inc., Arcata, California.

USFWS (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service) and HVT (Hoopa Valley Tribe). 1999. Trinity River flow evaluation final report. USFWS, Arcata, California and HVT, Hoopa, California.

Gallagher, S. P. 1999. Use of two dimensional hydrodynamic modeling to evaluate channel rehabilitation in the Trinity River, California, U.S.A. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Aracata, California.

TRRP Restoration Actions – Gravel Augmentation

Gaeuman, D. 2014. Analyses to support gravel augmentation recommendations for the Trinity River, California. Technical Report TR-TRRP-2014-1. Trinity River Restoration Program, Weaverville, California.

Gaeuman, D. 2014. High-flow gravel injection for constructing designed in-channel features. River Research and Applications 30(6): 685-706.

Buffington, J., C. Jordan, M. Merigliano, J. Peterson, and C. Stalnaker. 2014. Review of the Trinity River Restoration Program following Phase 1, with emphasis on the Program's channel rehabilitation strategy. Prepared by the Trinity River Restoration Program's Science Advisory Board for the Trinity River Restoration Program with assistance from Anchor QEA, LLC, Stillwater Sciences, BioAnalysts, Inc., and Hinrichsen Environmental Services.

Gaeuman, D. 2013. 2012 Sediment Budget Update, Trinity River, Lewiston Dam to Douglas City, California. Technical Report TR-TRRP-2013-2. U.S. Department of Reclamation, Trinity River Restoration Program, Weaverville, California.

Gaeuman D. and A. Krause. 2013 Assessment of pool depth changes in the Trinity River between Lewiston Dam and the North Fork Trinity River. Technical Report: TR-TRRP-2013-1, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Trinity River Restoration Program, Weaverville, CA.

Gaeuman, D. 2013. Monitoring the Effectiveness of Gravel Augmentations for Salmonid Habitat Improvement Downstream from Dams. U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Science and Technology Program, Project 0295 Completion Report. U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Trinity River Restoration Program, Weaverville, California.

Krause, A. F. 2012. History of mechanical sediment augmentation and extraction on the Trinity River, California, 1912 – 2011. Technical Report TR-TRRP-2012-2 (Revised). Bureau of Reclamation, Trinity River Restoration Program. Weaverville, California.

Ock, G. and G. M. Kondolf. 2012. Assessment of Ecological Roles of Gravel Bar Features Restored by Gravel Augmentation and Channel Rehabilitation Activities below Lewiston Dam in the Trinity River, California. U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Science and Technology Program Scoping Report. University of California, Berkeley, California.

TRRP (Trinity River Restoration Program). 2012. Gravel and the Trinity River. TRRP Public Information Bulletin. TRRP, Weaverville, California.

Pasternack, G. B. and R. A. Brown. 2011. Ecohydraulic design of gravel-bed river rehabilitation in the Lewiston Dam reach of the Trinity River, CA. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program. University of California at Davis, Davis, California.

HVTF (Hoopa Valley Tribal Fisheries), McBain & Trush Inc., and Northern Hydrology and Engineering. 2011. Preliminary demonstration of the capabilities of a 2D model to assess and improve Trinity River rehabilitation designs. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program. McBain & Trush Inc., Arcata, California.

CH2MHill and ENTRIX (2010) Trinity River Restoration Program design and implementation process review report.

Gaeuman, D. 2010. Behavior of augmented gravel in the Trinity River and Grass Valley Creek. Oral presentation provided at the Trinity River Restoration Program's 2010 Trinity River Science Symposium. Trinity River Restoration Program, Weaverville, California.

Gaeuman, D., E. D. Andrews, A. Krause, and W. Smith. 2009. Predicting fractional bed load transport rates: Application of the Wilcock-Crowe equations to a regulated gravel bed river. Water Resources Research 45: W06409, doi:10.1029/2008WR007320.

Sherer, S (2009) Trinity River Restoration Project – Gravel Replenishment Study in Trinity County at Readings Bar, Steel Bridge, Lowden Ranch and Sawmill Sites – Geology Report. Report to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Trinity River Restoration Program.

USBR (2006) Trinity River coarse sediment injection and rehabilitation project environmental assessment.

Kondolf, G and Minear, J (2004) Coarse sediment augmentation on the Trinity River below Lewiston Dam: geomorphic perspectives and review of past projects

Graham Matthews and Associates (GMA). 2003Gravel quality monitoring in the mainstem Trinity River, revised September 2003.

Graham Matthews and Associates (GMA). 2001. Gravel quality monitoring in the mainstem Trinity River.

USFWS (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service) and HVT (Hoopa Valley Tribe). 1999. Trinity River flow evaluation final report. USFWS, Arcata, California and HVT, Hoopa, California.

TRRP Restoration Actions – Environmental Compliance

North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation and U.S. Bureau of Land Management. 2015. Trinity River Channel Rehabilitation Site: Bucktail (River Mile 105.45-107.0). Draft environmental assessment/initial study. SCH #2015112039. Trinity River Restoration Program, Weaverville, California.

North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation and U.S. Bureau of Land Management. 2015. Trinity River Channel Rehabilitation Sites: Bucktail (River Mile 105.45-107.0). Project Initial Study Environmental Checklist and Evaluation of Environmental Impact.

North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation and U.S. Bureau of Land Management. 2015. Trinity River Channel Rehabilitation Site: Limekiln Gulch (River Mile 997.-100.6). Final environmental assessment/ initial study. Trinity River Restoration Program. SCH #20150220080.

North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation and U.S. Bureau of Land Management. 2015. Trinity River Channel Rehabilitation Site: Limekiln Gulch (River Mile 997.-100.6). Draft environmental assessment/ initial study. Trinity River Restoration Program. SCH #Not yet assigned

North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation and U.S. Bureau of Land Management. 2015. Trinity River Channel Rehabilitation Sites: Limekiln Gulch (River Mile 99.7-100.6). Project Initial Study Environmental Checklist and Evaluation of Environmental Impact.

U.S. Bureau of Reclamation. 2014. Finding of no significant impact, Trinity River Channel Rehabilitation Site: Lower Junction City (River Mile 78.8-79.8.).

North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation and U.S. Bureau of Land Management. 2014. Trinity River Channel Rehabilitation Sites: Bucktail (River Mile105.3-106.4) and Lower Junction City (River Mile 78.8-79.8). Environmental assessment/ initial study. Trinity River Restoration Program. SCH#2013122030

North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, and U.S. Bureau of Land Management. (2013) Trinity River Channel Rehabilitation Sites: Bucktail (River Mile 105.3-106.35) and Lower Junction City (River Mile 78.8-79.8.). Project Initial Study (IS) Environmental Checklist and Evaluation of Environmental Impact.

North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, and U.S. Bureau of Land Management. 2013. Trinity River Channel Rehabilitation Sites: Douglas City (River Mile 93.6-94.6) and Lorenz Gulch (River Mile 89.4-90.2), Final Environmental Assessment / Initial Study. DOI-BLM CA-N060-2013-040-EA and TR-EA0113.

North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, and U.S. Bureau of Land Management. 2013. Trinity River Channel Rehabilitation Sites: Douglas City (River Mile 93.6-94.6) and Lorenz Gulch (River Mile 89.4-90.2), Draft Environmental Assessment / Initial Study.

TRRP (2013) Douglas City and Lorenz Gulch project draft environmental document available for 30 day review, public meeting March 20,2013 at Douglas City School. Full legal public notice of EA/IS availability by the Trinity River Restoration Program and co-lead agencies.

U.S. Bureau of Reclamation (2012) [Signed] Finding of No Significant Impact, Trinity River Channel Rehabilitation Sites: Lower Steiner Flat (River Mile 90.2-91.3) and Upper Junction City (River Mile 79.8-80.4). Trinity River Restoration Program, Weaverville, CA.

North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board, Trinity River Restoration Program, U.S. Bureau of Land Management, and North Wind Services, LLC (2012) Trinity River Channel Rehabilitation Sites: Lower Steiner Flat (River Mile 90.2-91.3) and Upper Junction City (River Mile 79.8-80.4), Final Environmental Assessment / Initial Study.

North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board; USBR; and North Wind Services (2011) Wheel Gulch rehabilitation site: Trinity River mile 75.8 to 76.4, final environmental assessment/initial study.

USBR and USBLM (2011) Finding of no significant impact [for Wheel Gulch project].

North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board; USBR; and North Wind Services (2011) Wheel Gulch rehabilitation site: Trinity River mile 75.8 to 76.4, final environmental assessment/initial study.

North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board; USBR; and North Wind Services (2011) Wheel Gulch rehabilitation site: Trinity River mile 75.8 to 76.4, environmental assessment/initial study. [draft]

North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board; USBR; and North Wind Services (2011) Wheel Gulch rehabilitation site: Trinity River mile 75.8 to 76.4, environmental assessment/initial study [draft; high resolution figures].

North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board and USBR (2009) Channel rehabilitation and sediment management for remaining phase 1 and phase 2 sites, final master environmental impact report, final environmental impact report.

NSR (2009) Channel rehabilitation and sediment management for remaining phase 1 and phase 2 sites, final master environmental impact report, final environmental impact report, appendix A - mitigation monitoring and reporting program.

North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board and USBR (2009) Channel rehabilitation and sediment management for remaining phase 1 and phase 2 sites, final master environmental impact report, final environmental impact report, Appendix B - U.S. Army Corps of Engineers verification package.

North Coast Regional Water Quality Control Board and USBR (2009) Channel rehabilitation and sediment management for remaining phase 1 and phase 2 sites, final master environmental impact report, final environmental impact report, Attachment 1 - finding of no significant impact.

TRRP (Trinity River Restoration Program. 2009. Combined package of TRRP master environmental impact report and related documents. TRRP, Weaverville, California.

U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Trinity County Resource Conservation District. 2008. Lewiston Dark Gulch Rehabilitation Project: Trinity River Mile 105.4 to 111.7. Environmental Assessment/Environmental Impact Report. State Clearinghouse #2007042161. Trinity River Restoration Program, Weaverville, CA.

USBR (U.S. Bureau of Reclamation) and Trinity County. 2007. Indian Creek Rehabilitation Site: Trinity River Mile 93.7 to 96.5 78 environmental assessment/environmental impact report [with draft, supplemental, and signed FONSI]. April 2007, SCH#2006012101. Trinity River Restoration Program, Weaverville, CA.

USFS and USBR (2006) Trinity River coarse sediment injection and rehabilitation project environmental assessment and Reclamation adoption memorandum, with signed finding of no significant impact. U.S. Forest Service and U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Weaverville, CA.

USBR (2006) Trinity River coarse sediment injection and rehabilitation project environmental assessment.

USBR (U.S. Bureau of Reclamation) and DWR (California Department of Water Resources). 2004. Hocker Flat Rehabilitation Site: Trinity River Mile 78 to 79.1 environmental assessment/environmental impact report [with draft]. November 2004, SCH#2004052076. Trinity River Restoration Program, Weaverville, California.

U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, U.S. Bureau of Land Management, and Trinity County. 2003. Trinity River Bridges Project environmental assessment/environmental impact report. Trinity River Restoration Program. July 2003. SCH #2002042074.

U.S. Department of Interior. 2000. Record of decision, Trinity River mainstem fishery restoration final environmental impact statement/environmental impact report. Decision by the U.S. Department of Interior, December 2000.

NMFS (U.S. National Marine Fisheries Service). 2000. Biological Opinion, Trinity River Mainstem Fishery Restoration. Endangered Species Act - Section 7 Consultation. NMFS, Southwest Region, Long Beach, CA.

USFWS (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service). 2000. Reinitiation of Formal Consultation: Biological Opinion of the Effects of Long-term Operation of the Central Valley Project and State Water Project as Modified by Implementing the Preferred Alternative in the Draft Environmental Impact Statement/Environmental Impact Report for the Trinity River Mainstem Fishery Restoration Program; and Request for Consultation on the Implementation of this Alternative on the Threatened Northern Spotted Owl, Northern Spotted Owl Critical Habitat, and the Endangered Bald Eagle within the Trinity River Basin, and Where Applicable, Central Valley Reservoirs. USFWS, Sacramento, California.

USFWS (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service), USBR (U.S. Bureau of Reclamation), HVT (Hoopa Valley Tribe), and Trinity County. 2000. Trinity River Mainstem Fishery Restoration Environmental Impact Statement / Environmental Impact Report. Public Draft and Final in electronic format.

Primary Data – Aerial Photography and other Photographic Monitoring

Much of these have corresponding data packages available from our Online Data Portal

Woolpert. 2014. Image acquisition [July 2014], Trinity River restoration project. Technical Project Report to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Trinity River Restoration Program. Woolpert, Englewood, CO.

Woolpert, Inc. 2014. Trinity River bathymetry, airborne laser data and photogrammetric DTM site specific update. Report to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Trinity River Restoration Program (TRRP). Woolpert, Inc., Englewood, CO.

Wollpert Inc. and WSI. 2013. Trinity River Rehabilitation 2013 Summer Orthophotography Report. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation by Woolpert, Inc. Englewood, Colorado.

Woolpert Inc. (2013) Trinity River bathymetry, airborne laser data and photogrammetric DTM site specific update. Report to U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Trinity River Restoration Program by Woolpert Inc, Englewood, CO.

Woolpert Inc. (2013) Trinity River bathymetry, airborne laser data and photogrammetric DTM merging, verification and certification. Report to the US Bureau of Reclamation, Trinity River Restoration Program, by Woolpert Inc., Englewood, CO.

Woolpert and Watershed Sciences (2012) Trinity River Orthoimagery. Technical Data Report to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Trinity River Restoration Program.

Graham Matthews and Associates (GMA). 2012. 2010-2012 Trinity River bathymetric mapping. Report to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Trinity River Restoration Program by Graham Matthews & Associates, Weaverville, CA.

Hobbs, L. (2012) LiDAR remote sensing and orthophoto data collection, Trinity River, California. Report to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Trinity River Restoration Program.

Woolpert Inc. (2011) Trinity River historic imagery - 2005, 2006, and 2008. Report to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Trinity River Restoration Program.

Watershed Sciences (2011) True-color orthophotographs, Trinity River, California

Watershed Sciences (2010) True-color orthophotographs, Trinity River, California.

Woolpert (2010) Trinity River bathymetry, airborne laser data and photogrammetric DTM merging, verification and certification.

Smith-Caggiano, M., D. P. Menten, D. Goodman, J. Alvarez, and M. Martin. 2010. Photomonitoring at Trinity River restoration sites. Poster presentation provided at the Trinity River Restoration Program's 2010 Trinity River Science Symposium.

Watershed Sciences (2009) Airborne thermal infrared remote sensing, middle Trinity River, California.

McBain & Trush Inc. 2001 Mainstem Trinity River, California, photomonitoring. Report to the Hoopa Valley Tribe Fisheries Department. McBain & Trush Inc., Arcata, California.

Primary Data – Topographic and Bathymetric Data Reports (lidar, sonar, etc.)

Much of these have corresponding data packages available from our Online Data Portal

Bradley, D. N. 2016. Trinity River 40 Mile Hydraulic Model: Development and Analysis. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program (TRRP), Technical Service Center report no SRH-2016-27. U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Denver, Colorado.

Peterson, E.B., M. Klein, and R.L. Stewart. 2015. Whitepaper on Structure from Motion (SfM) Photogrammetry: Constructing Three Dimensional Models from Photography. Report ST-2015-3835-1 for the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Research and Development Office. U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Denver, Colorado.

Pryor, C. 2015. 2015 Trinity River tributary deltas survey report. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program under U.S. Bureau of Reclamation contract R10PX20131 by GMA Hydrology, Arcata, CA.

Pryor, C. 2015. 2015 Steel Bridge existing conditions survey report. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program under U.S. Bureau of Reclamation contract R10PX20131 by GMA Hydrology, Arcata, CA.

Graham Matthews and Associates (GMA). 2014. Bathymetric survey report, Upper Junction City Hole, Junction City Hole. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program (TRRP). GMA, Arcata, CA.

Woolpert, Inc. 2014. Trinity River bathymetry, airborne laser data and photogrammetric DTM site specific update. Report to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Trinity River Restoration Program (TRRP). Woolpert, Inc., Englewood, CO.

Gaeuman D. and A. Krause. 2013 Assessment of pool depth changes in the Trinity River between Lewiston Dam and the North Fork Trinity River. Technical Report: TR-TRRP-2013-1, U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Trinity River Restoration Program, Weaverville, CA.

Woolpert Inc. (2013) Trinity River bathymetry, airborne laser data and photogrammetric DTM site specific update. Report to U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Trinity River Restoration Program by Woolpert Inc, Englewood, CO.

Woolpert Inc. (2013) Trinity River bathymetry, airborne laser data and photogrammetric DTM merging, verification and certification. Report to the US Bureau of Reclamation, Trinity River Restoration Program, by Woolpert Inc., Englewood, CO.

Graham Matthews and Associates (GMA). 2012. 2010-2012 Trinity River bathymetric mapping. Report to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Trinity River Restoration Program by Graham Matthews & Associates, Weaverville, CA.

Hobbs, L. (2012) LiDAR remote sensing and orthophoto data collection, Trinity River, California. Report to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Trinity River Restoration Program.

Woolpert (2010) Trinity River bathymetry, airborne laser data and photogrammetric DTM merging, verification and certification.

O’Rourke, T. 2009. 2009 Trinity River LIDAR RTK GPS support. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program. Yurok Land Management GIS and Cadastral Survey Program, Weitchpec, California.

Hilldale, R C and Raff, D (2006) Assessing the ability of airborne LiDAR bathymetry to map shallow river channel geometry.

Fugro Pelagos, Inc. (2005) Trinity River hydrographic and topographic LIDAR.

USBR (U.S. Bureau of Reclamation). 2005. Airborne LiDAR (subsurface bathymetric) evaluation. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program. USBR, Sacramento, California.

Fisheries – Juvenile Habitat

Bradley, D. N. 2016. Trinity River 40 Mile Hydraulic Model: Development and Analysis. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program (TRRP), Technical Service Center report no SRH-2016-27. U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Denver, Colorado.

Alvarez, J., A. Martin, and D. Goodman. 2015. Chinook and coho salmon rearing habitat. Trinity River Restoration Program (TRRP) Performance Measure. TRRP, Weaverville, California.

Goodman, D.H., J. Alvarez, N.A. Som, A. Martin, and K. De Juilio. 2016. The effects of restoration on salmon rearing habitats in the restoration reach of the Trinity River at an index streamflow, 2009 to 2013. Arcata Fisheries Technical Report Number TR 2016-25, report to the Trinity River Restoration Program (TRRP). U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Arcata, California.

TRRP (Trinity River Restoration Program) Fish Workgroup. 2016. Fine sediment criteria for the Trinity River. TRRP Memorandum dated March 28, 2016. TRRP, Weaverville, California.

Martin, A. 2016. Age 0 Chinook and Coho Salmon Rearing Habitat Observations, Lower Junction City Rehabilitation Site, 2011-2015, Upper Trinity River, CA. Summary report to the Trinity River Restoration Program (TRRP). TRRP, Weaverville, California.

Martin, A. 2016. Age-0 Chinook and Coho Salmon Rearing Habitat Observations, Upper Douglas City Rehabilitation Site, 2014-2015, Upper Trinity River, CA. Summary report to the Trinity River Restoration Program (TRRP). TRRP, Weaverville, California.

Alvarez, J., D. H. Goodman, A. Martin, N. A. Som, K. A. Wright, and T. B. Hardy. 2015. Development and validation of two-dimensional hydrodynamic models on the Trinity River, California. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program, Arcata Fisheries Technical Series Report TR 2015-24. Hoopa Valley Tribe Fisheries Department, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Yurok Tribe Trinity River Division, and Texas State University.

Martin, A. 2015. Age 0 chinook and coho salmon rearing habitat observations, Lorenz Gulch rehabilitation site, 2012-2014, upper Trinity River, CA. Data Summary for the Trinity River Restoration Program by the Yurok Tribal Fisheries Program, Weitchpec, CA.

Goodman, D.H., N.A. Som, J. Alvarez, and A. Martin. 2015. A mapping technique to evaluate age-0 salmon habitat response from restoration. Restoration Ecology 23(2): 179-185.

Beechie, T.J., G.R. Pess, H. Imaki, A. Martin, J. Alvarez, and D. H. Goodman. 2015. Comparison of potential increases in juvenile salmonid rearing habitat capacity among alternative restoration scenarios, Trinity River, California. Restoration Ecology 23(1): 75-84.

Martin, A. 2015. Age 0 chinook and coho rearing habitat observations, Lorenz Gulch rehabilitation site, 2009-2013, upper Trinity River, CA. Yurok Tribal Fisheries Program, Weitchpec, CA.

De Juilio, K., A. Martin, J. Alvarez, and D. H. Goodman. 2014. Age-0 Chinook and Coho salmon rearing habitat assessment: Sawmill rehabilitation site, three years after construction at winter base flow, upper Trinity River. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program, Arcata Fisheries Data Series Report Number DS 2014-37. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Arcata, California.

Martin, A. 2014. Age 0 Chinook and Coho Rearing Habitat Observations, Hocker Flat Rehabilitation Site, 2008-2013, Upper Trinity River, CA. Data summary for the Trinity River Restoration Program. Yurok Tribal Fisheries Program, Weitchpec, California.

Martin, A. 2014. Age 0 chinook and coho rearing habitat observations, Lower Steiner Flat rehabilitation site, 2011-2013, upper Trinity River, CA. Data summary for the Trinity River Restoration Program. Yurok Tribal Fisheries Program, Weitchpec, California.

Martin, A. 2014. Age 0 chinook and coho rearing habitat observations, Upper Junction City rehabilitation site, 2011-2013, upper Trinity River, CA. Data summary for the Trinity River Restoration Program. Yurok Tribal Fisheries Program, Weitchpec, California.

Martin, A. 2014. Age 0 chinook and coho rearing habitat observations, Upper Dark Gulch rehabilitation site, 2009-2013, upper Trinity River, CA. Data summary for the Trinity River Restoration Program. Yurok Tribal Fisheries Program, Weitchpec, California.

Martin, A., D. H. Goodman, and J. Alvarez. 2013. Age 0 Chinook and Coho Salmon Rearing Habitat Assessment of Lowden Meadows, Reading Creek, and Trinity House Gulch Rehabilitation Sites 2009-2011, Upper Trinity River. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program, Arcata Fisheries Data Series Report DS2013-33. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Arcata, California.

Alvarez J, Goodman DH, Martin A, Som NA (2013) Estimation of Age-0 Chinook and Coho Salmon Rearing Habitat Area within the Restoration Reach of the Trinity River at an Index Streamflow-Annual Report 2011. Arcata Fisheries Technical Report Number TR 2013-18. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Arcata Fish and Wildlife Office, Arcata, CA.

Goodman, D H; Alvarez, J; Martin, A; Nicholas, A S; and Polos, J (2012) Estimation of age-0 chinook and coho salmon rearing habitat area within the restoration reach of the Trinity River at an index streamflow - annual report 2010. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Arcata Fish and Wildlife Office, Arcata Fisheries Technical Report Number TR 2012-17, Arcata, California.

Martin, A., D. H. Goodman, and J. Alvarez. 2012. Estimation of rearing habitat area for age-0 Chinook and coho salmon during winter base flows within the Sawmill Rehabilitation Site of the Upper Trinity River, 2010. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program, Arcata Fisheries Data Series Report Number DS 2012-26. Yurok Tribal Fisheries Program, Willow Creek, California and U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Arcata, California.

Beechie, T., G. Pess, and H. Imaki. 2012. Estimated changes to Chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tshawytscha) and steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss) habitat carrying capacity from rehabilitation actions for the Trinity River, North Fork Trinity to Lewiston Dam. Report to the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Trinity River Restoration Program. U.S. National Marine Fisheries Service, Seattle, Washington.

Fiori, R., and M. Martin. 2011. Sawmill Rehabilitation Site Wood Loading: Post Construction Report. Report to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Trinity River Restoration Program. Fiori GeoSciences, Klamath, California and Yurok Tribal Fisheries Department, Hoopa, California.

Goodman, D H; Martin, A; Alvarez, J; Davis, A; and Polos, J (2010) Assessing Trinity River salmonid habitat at channel rehabilitation sites, 2007-2008.

Alvarez, J., D. Goodman, and A. Martin. 2010. Assessment of changes in anadromous salmonid habitat at selected channel rehabilitation sites on the Trinity River, CA. Oral presentation provided at the Trinity River Restoration Program's 2010 Trinity River Science Symposium.

Menten, D. P., M. Smith-Caggiano, D. Goodman, J. Alvarez, and A. Martin. 2010. Effects of large wood at Trinity River bank rehabilitation sites. Poster presentation provided at the Trinity River Restoration Program's 2010 Trinity River Science Symposium.

Goodman, D H; Martin, A C; Petros, P P; and Klochak J (2009) Judgement based habitat mapping on the Trinity River, 2006.

Chamberlain, C D; Martin, A C; Petros, P P (2007) Trinity River biological monitoring of channel rehabilitation sites: a pre-construction baseline habitat evaluation.

Chamberlain C, Martin A, Petros P (2007) Trinity River biological monitoring of channel rehabilitation sites: A pre-construction baseline habitat evaluation. US Fish and Wildlife Service, Arcata Fish and Wildlife Office, Arcata Fisheries. Technical Report TR 2007-07, Arcata, California. 11

Fisheries – Juvenile Surveys

Pinnix, W. D., K. De Juilio, P. Petros, and N. A. Som. 2016. Feasibility of snorkel surveys for determining relative abundance and habitat associations of juvenile chinook salmon on the mainstem Trinity River, California. TRRP (Trinity River Restoration Program) report by Yurok Tribal Fisheries Program, Hoopa Valley Tribal Fisheries Department, U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Arcata Fish and Wildlife Office, Arcata Fisheries Technical Series Report Number TR 2016-24, Arcata, California.

Chase, R., N. Hemphill, J. Beeman, S. Juhnke, J. Hannon, A. M. Jenkins. 2013. Assessment of juvenile coho salmon movement and behavior in relation to rehabilitation efforts in the Trinity River, California, using PIT tags and radiotelemetry. Environmental Biology of Fishes 96(2-3):303-314.

Hemphill, N. and R. Chase. 2010. Salmonid juvenile density in the upper Trinity River, 2009 GRTS pilot study. Oral presentation provided at the Trinity River Restoration Program's 2010 Trinity River Science Symposium. Trinity River Restoration Program, Weaverville, California.

Stutzer, G., N. Hetrick, W. Pinnix, and K. Wright. 2010. Survival of coho salmon smolts in the Trinity River: results from a radio telemetry study. Poster presentation provided at the Trinity River Restoration Program's 2010 Trinity River Science Symposium.

Hankin, D G and Logan, E (2010) A preliminary analysis of chinook salmon coded-wire tag recovery data from Iron Gate, Trinity River and Cole Rivers hatcheries, brood years 1978-2004. Report by Humboldt State University, Department of Fisheries Biology, for the Hoopa Valley Tribal Council, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, and U.S. Bureau of Reclamation.

Beeman, J W ; Hansel, H; Juhnke, S; and Stutzer, G (2009) Summary of migration and survival data from radio-tagged juvenile coho salmon in the Trinity River, northern California, 2008.

Chase, R (2009) Trinity River underwater observation surveys - 2007-2008.

Chase, R (2008) Trinity River cemetery side channel fyke net report - 2008.

Chamberlain, C (2003) Trinity River juvenile fish stranding evaluation May - June, 2002.

Garrison, P (2003) Annual report: Trinity River tributary juvenile steelhead index reach project, 2002, project 2c2.

Garrison, P (2002) Annual report Trinity River tributary juvenile steelhead index research project, 2000-2001, Project 2c2.

Fisheries – Juvenile Outmigration

Harris, N. J., P. Petros, and W. D. Pinnix. 2016. Juvenile salmonid monitoring on the mainstem Trinity River, California, 2015. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program (TRRP), Arcata Fisheries Data Series Report Number DS 2016-46. Yurok Tribal Fisheries Program, Hoopa Valley Tribal Fisheries Department, and U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Arcata Fish and Wildlife Office, Arcata, California.

Pinnix, B. 2016. Abundance of naturally produced juvenile chinook salmon. Trinity River Restoration Program (TRRP) Performance Measure. TRRP, Weaverville, California.

Petros, P., N.J. Harris, and W.D. Pinnix. 2015. Juvenile salmonid monitoring on the mainstem Trinity River, California, 2014. Hoopa Valley Tribal Fisheries Department, Yurok Tribal Fisheries Program, and U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Arcata Fish and Wildlife Office report to the Trinity River Restoration Program (TRRP). Arcata Fisheries Data Series Report Number DS 2015-44, Arcata, California.

Petros, P., A. D. Heacock, and W. D. Pinnix. 2014. Juvenile salmonid monitoring on the mainstem trinity River, California, 2013. Hoopa Valley Tribal Fisheries Department, Yurok Tribal Fisheries Program, and U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Arcata Fish and Wildlife Office. Arcata Fisheries Data Series Report Number DS 2014-38, Arcata, California.

Som, N. A. and W. D. Pinnix. 2014. Evaluation of Reductions in Sampling and Mark-Recapture Effort on the Bias and Precision of Juvenile Chinook Salmon Outmigrant Estimates on the Trinity River, California. Arcata Fisheries Technical Report TR 2014-20. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Arcata, CA.

Davids, N., P. Petros, W.D. Pinnix, and A.D. Heacock. 2013. Juvenile Salmonid Monitoring on the Mainstem Trinity River, California, 2012. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program, Arcata Fisheries Data Series Report Number DS 2013-34. Yurok Tribal Fisheries Program, Hoopa Valley Tribal Fisheries Department, and U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Arcata Fish and Wildlife Office, Arcata, California.

Petros P., N. Harris, and W. D. Pinnix. 2013. Juvenile Salmonid Monitoring on the Mainstem Trinity River, California, 2010. Arcata Fisheries Data Series Report Number DS 2013-28. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program by Yurok Tribal Fisheries Program, Hoopa Valley Tribal Fisheries Department, and U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Arcata Fish and Wildlife Office, Arcata, California.

TRRP (Trinity River Restoration Program). 2012. Trinity River Restoration Program Performance Measure: Spawning Escapement of Naturally Produced Salmonids. TRRP Performance Measure Report. TRRP, Weaverville, California.

TRRP (Trinity River Restoration Program). 2012. Trinity River Restoration Program Performance Measure: Abundance of Naturally Produced Juvenile Chinook Salmon. TRRP Performance Measure Report. TRRP, Weaverville, California.

Schwarz, C. J., D. Pickard, K. R. Marine, and S. J. Bonner. 2010. Trinity River Restoration Program’s juvenile salmonid outmigrant monitoring evaluation: phase II - analytic framework and statistical approaches. Oral presentation provided at the Trinity River Restoration Program's 2010 Trinity River Science Symposium.

Pinnix, W., N. Harris, T. Hayden, and P. Petros, 2010. Juvenile chinook salmon trends on the Trinity River, a summary of 20 years of rotary screw trap monitoring. Oral presentation provided at the 2010 Trinity River Science Symposium.

Hayden, T., W. Pinnix, N. Harris, and P. Petros. 2010. Juvenile salmonid condition factor trends. Poster presentation provided at the Trinity River Restoration Program's 2010 Trinity River Science Symposium.

Schwarz, C J; Pickard, D; Marine, K; and Bonner, S J (2009) Juvenile salmonid outmigrant monitoring evaluation, phase II - December 2009. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program. ESSA Technologies, Vancouver, British Columbia.

Fisheries – Run Size and Harvest

Final run size estimates are published annually in the Pacific Fishery Management Council’s Stock Assesssment and Fishery Evaluation (SAFE) report. Click here for the PFMC web page with available reports.

Kier, M. C. and J. Hileman. 2016. Annual report, Trinity River basin salmon and steelhead monitoring project: chinook and coho salmon and fall-run steelhead run-size estimates using mark-recapture methods, 2016-16 season. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program under U.S. Bureau of Reclamation agreement R13AC20027. California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Redding, California.

Kier, M. C. 2016. Escapement and proportion of natural origin salmonids contributing to total escapement. Trinity River Restoration Program (TRRP) Performance Measure. TRRP, Weaverville, California.

Klamath River Technical Team. 2016. Klamath River Fall Chinook Salmon Age-Specific Escapement, River Harvest, and Run Size Estimates, 2015 Run. Report and data tables.

Borok, S. and S. Cannata. 2015. Annual report, Trinity River basin salmon and steelhead monitoring project, 2014-15 season, 2014 angler creel surveys in the lower Klamath River. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program (TRRP). California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Arcata, California.

Kier, M.C., J. Hileman, and S. Cannata. 2015. Annual report, Trinity River basin salmon and steelhead monitoring project: chinook and coho salmon and fall-run steelhead run-size estimates using mark-recapture methods, 2014-15 season. Report for the Trinity River Restoration Program. California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Redding, California.

Williams, D. 2015. Yurok Tribal fall fishery monitoring, 2013. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program. Yurok Tribal Fisheries Program, Klamath, California.

Borok, S. 2014. Annual report, Trinity Basin salmon and steelhead monitoring project, 2013-2014 season: 2013 angler creel surveys in the lower Klamath River. California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Northern Region, Redding, CA.

Kier, M. C., J. Hileman, and S. Cannata. 2014. Annual Report, Trinity River basin salmon and steelhead monitoring project: chinook and coho salmon and fall-run steelhead run-size estimates using mark-recapture methods, 2013-2014 season. California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Northern Region, Redding, CA.

Borok, S., S. Cannata, J. Hileman, A. Hill and M. C. Kier. 2014. Annual report, Trinity River basin salmon and steelhead monitoring project, 2012-2013 season. California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Northern Region, Redding, CA.

Borok, S., S. Cannata, A. Hill, J. Hileman, and M. C. Kier. 2014. Annual report, Trinity River basin salmon and steelhead monitoring project, 2011-2012 season. California Department of Fish and Wildlife, Northern Region, Redding, CA.

Sinnen W, Borok S, Cannata S, Hill A, Hileman J, Kier MC (2013) Final annual report, Trinity River basin salmon and steelhead monitoring project, 2010-11 season. California Department of Fish and Game, Northern Region, Redding, CA.

Bradford, M. and Hankin, D. 2012. Trinity River Restoration Program Adult Salmonid Monitoring Evaluation. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program (TRRP). Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia.

TRRP (Trinity River Restoration Program). 2012. Trinity River Restoration Program Performance Measure: Spawning Escapement of Naturally Produced Salmonids. TRRP Performance Measure Report. TRRP, Weaverville, California.

TRRP (Trinity River Restoration Program). 2011. TRRP Adult Salmonid Monitoring Review Work shop presentations - October 2011. TRRP Meeting Presentations. TRRP, Weaverville, California.

Sinnen, W; Borok, Sara; Hill, A; Hileman, J; and Kier, MC (2011) Final annual report, Trinity River basin salmon and steelhead monitoring project, 2009-2010 season. Annual report by the State of California, The Resources Agency, Department of Fish and Game.

Klamath River Technical Team (2011) Klamath River Fall Chinook Salmon Age-Specific Escapement, River Harvest, and Run Size Estimates, 2010 Run.

Sinnen, W; Hill, A; Hileman, J; Borok, S; and Kier, M C (2010) Final annual report, Trinity River salmon and steelhead monitoring project, 2008-2009 season.

Sinnen, W; Kier, M C; Hill, A; Hileman, J; and Borok, S (2010) Final annual report, Trinity River salmon and steelhead monitoring project, 2007-2008 season.

DFG (California Department of Fish and Game). 2010. Klamath River fall chinook salmon age-specific escapement, river harvest, and run size estimates, 2009 run.

CDFG (2010) Klamath River basin spring chinook salmon spawner escapement, river harvest and run-size estimates 1980-2009 [megatable].

Sinnen, W; Garrison, P; Knechtle, M; Hill, A; Hileman, J; and Borok, S (2009) Annual report Trinity River basin salmonid and steelhead monitoring project 2006-2007 season.

Sinnen, W; Garrison, P; Knechtle, M; and Borok, S (2008) Annual report Trinity River basin salmonid and steelhead monitoring project 2005-2006 season.

DFG (California Department of Fish and Game. 2007. Klamath River Basin fall chinook salmon spawner escapement, in-river harvest and run-size estimates 1978-2006.

Klamath River Technical Advisory Team (2007) Klamath river fall chinook age-specific escapement, river harvest, and run size estimates, 2006 Run.

Hoopa Valley Tribal Fisheries Department (2007) Results of Trinity River Mainstem Creek Census Conducted in 2007 by Hoopa Valley Tribal Fisheries Department. Hoopa Valley Tribal Fisheries Department, Hoopa, CA.

Sinnen, W (2006) Annual report Trinity River basin salmonid and steelhead monitoring project, 2004-2005 season.

Sinnen, W; Currier, M; Knechtle, M; and Borok, S (2006) Annual report Trinity River basin salmonid and steelhead monitoring project 2004-2005 season.

Klamath River Technical Advisory Team (2006) Klamath river fall chinook age-specific escapement, river harvest, and run size estimates, 2005 run.

DFG (California Department of Fish and Game). 2005. Annual report, Trinity River basin salmon and steelhead monitoring project, 2003-2004 season. Report to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation and Trinity River Restoration Program. DFG, Redding, California.

Sinnen, W; Currier, M; Knechtle, M; and Borok, S (2005) Annual report Trinity River basin salmonid and steelhead monitoring project 2003-2004 season.

Klamath River Technical Advisory Team (2005) Klamath river fall chinook age-specific escapement, river harvest, and run size estimates, 2004 run.

Hoopa Valley Tribal Fisheries Department (2005) Results of Mainstem Creel Census Conducted in 2005 by Hoopa Valley Tribal Fisheries Department. Hoopa Valley Tribal Fisheries Department, Hoopa, CA.

Sinnen, W; Reese, C; Currier, M; and Borok, S (2004) Annual report Trinity River basin salmonid and steelhead monitoring project 2002-2003 season.

Sinnen, W; Reese, C; and Borok, S (2004) Annual report Trinity River basin salmonid and steelhead monitoring project 2001-2002 season.

Hoopa Valley Tribal Fisheries Department (2004) Results of Mainstem Creel Census Conducted in 2004 by Hoopa Valley Tribal Fisheries Department. Hoopa Valley Tribal Fisheries Department, Hoopa, CA.

CDFG (2003) 8th annual performance report: Trinity River basin salmon and steelhead monitoring project [1995-1996].

Garrison, P (2002) 2000-2001 annual report, Trinity River tributaries winter-run steelhead spawning survey report, project 1d1.

Fisheries – Spawning (Redds)

Chamberlain, C. D., S. Quinn, and W. Matilton (2012) Distribution and abundance of Chinook salmon redds in the mainstem Trinity River 2002 to 2011. Arcata Fisheries Technical Report TR 2012-16, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Arcata, CA.

TRRP (Trinity River Restoration Program). 2012. Trinity River Restoration Program Performance Measure: Spawning Escapement of Naturally Produced Salmonids. TRRP Performance Measure Report. TRRP, Weaverville, California.

TRRP (Trinity River Restoration Program). 2012. Trinity River Restoration Program Performance Measure: Distribution of Natural-Origin Chinook Salmon Spawners. Performance Measure Report. TRRP, Weaverville, California.

May, C (2007) Assessing the risk of redd scour on the Trinity River.

Garrison, P (2002) 2000-2001 annual report, Trinity River tributaries winter-run steelhead spawning survey report, project 1d1.

Fisheries – Disease

Bolick, A; True, K; and Foott, J S (2012) Myxosporean Parasite (Ceratomyxa shasta and Parvicapsula minibicornis) Prevalence of Infection in Klamath River Basin Juvenile Chinook Salmon, April-August 2011. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, California – Nevada Fish Health Center, Anderson, CA.

True, K; Foott, J S; Bolick, A; Benson, S; and Fogerty, R (2010) Myxosporean parasite (Ceratomyxa shasta and Parvicapsula minibicornis) incidence and severity in Klamath River basin juvenile chinook salmon, April-August 2009.

Nichols, K; Therry, D; and Foott, S (2003) Trinity River fall chinook smolt health following passage through the lower Klamath River, June - August 2002.

Fisheries – Genetics

Naman S (2005) Review of literature pertaining to ecological and genetic effects of hatchery reared salmonids on naturally produced salmonids. Yurok Tribal Fisheries Program, Hoopa, CA.

Fisheries – Non-Salmonids

Chase, R (2008) Trinity River cemetery side channel fyke net report - 2008.

Bettaso, J B and Goodman, D H (2008) Mercury contamination in two long-lived filter feeders in the Trinity River basin: a pilot project.

Wildlife – Birds

Rockwell, S. M. and J. L. Stephens. 2016. Trends in Riparian and Riverine Bird Populations along the Trinity River, 2002‐2014. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program under contract #R1400AV00021 to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation. Klamath Bird Observatory, Ashland, OR.

Stephens, J. L., S. M. Rockwell, and E. E. Armstrong. 2016. Trinity River bird and vegetation monitoring: 2015 report card, version 1.0. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program (TRRP). KBO-2016-0014, Klamath Bird Observatory, Ashland, Oregon.

Rockwell, S. M., E. E. Armstrong, and J. L. Stephens. 2014. Bird Monitoring on the Trinity River: 2014 Summary Report. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program. Klamath Bird Observatory, Ashland, OR.

Rockwell, S. M. and J. L. Stephens. 2014. Song sparrow habitat selection on the Trinity River. Report No. KBO-2014-0010. Klamath Bird Observatory, Ashland, OR.

Stephens, J. L. and S. M. Rockwell. 2013. Bird monitoring on the Trinity River: 2013 summary report. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program by the Klamath Bird Observatory, Ashland, Oregon.

Alexander J D, Stephens J L, Ralph C J (2013) Bird abundance and productivity indices from mist netting in the context of bank rehabilitation and construction along the Trinity River. Rep. No. KBO‐2012‐0031 to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Trinity River Restoration Program, by Klamath Bird Observatory, Ashland, OR.

Klamath Bird Observatory, U.S. Forest Service Pacific Southwest Research Station (2013) Bird monitoring as an aid to riparian restoration: Findings from the Trinity River in northwestern California. Rep. No. KBO-2013-0012. Klamath Bird Observatory, Ashland, OR. Available online through http://www.klamathbird.org/

Ausprey IJ, Ralph CJ, Stephens JL, Miller SL (2012) Associations with riparian habitat constructed floodplain cover for five riparian bird species on the Trinity River, CA, 2002-2011. Report provided to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Trinity River Restoration Program. Rep. No. KBO-2012-0010, Klamath Bird Observatory, Ashland, OR.

TRRP (2012) Trinity River Restoration Program Performance Measure: Abundance Patterns Over Time for Riparian Birds. TRRP Performance Measure Report.

Miller, S L; Ralph, C J; Wolfe, J D; and Ollivier, L M (2010) Trinity River Restoration Program riparian and riverine bird monitoring report 2002-2009 (except appendix D).

Miller, S L; Ralph, C J; Wolfe, J D; and Ollivier, L M (2010) Trinity River Restoration Program riparian and riverine bird monitoring report 2002-2009, appendix D.

Miller, S. L. and C. J. Ralph. 2010. Are riverine bird populations changing in the Trinity program area? Trends from 2002 to 2009. Oral presentation provided at the Trinity River Restoration Program's 2010 Trinity River Science Symposium.

Miller, S. L. and C. J. Ralph. 2010. Desired habitat components for targeted Trinity River riparian birds. Oral presentation provided at the Trinity River Restoration Program's 2010 Trinity River Science Symposium.

Herrera, P. A.; Miller, S. L.; Ralph, C. J. (2003) Monitoring Riparian and Aquatic Bird Species along the main stem of the Trinity River. Trinity River Restoration Program Avian Monitoring Biannual Report 2003 submitted to the Trinity River Restoration Program Management Team from the USDA Forest Service.

Herrera, P.; Miller, S. L.; Ralph, C. J. (2003) Trinity River Restoration Program Avian Monitoring 2002 Report. Report prepared by the USDA Forest Service and submitted to the USFWS Arcata Field Office and the TRRP Management Team.

Miller, S L; Ralph, C J; and Herrera, P (2003) Trinity River Restoration Program avian monitoring 2002 report.

Wildlife – Herps (Frogs and Turtles)

Snover, M. L. and M. J. Adams. 2016. Herpetological monitoring and assessment on the Trinity River, Trinity County, California—Final report. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program (TRRP). U.S. Geological Survey, Reston, Virginia. DOI: 10.3133/ofr20161089.

Snover, M. L., M. J. Adams, D. T. Ashton, J. B. Bettaso, and H. H. Welsh Jr. 2015. Evidence of counter-gradient growth in western pond turtles (Actinemys marmorata) across thermal gradients. Freshwater Biology 60(9): 1944-1963.

Ashton, D. T., J. B. Bettaso, and H. H. Welsh Jr. 2015. Changes across a decade in size, growth, and body condition of Western Pond Turtle (Actinemys marmorata) populations on free-flowing and regulated forks of the Trinity River in northwest California. Copeia 103(3): 621-633. doi 10.1643/CP-15-253.

Lind, A. J., H. H. Welsh Jr., and C. A. Wheeler. 2015. Foothill Yellow-Legged Frog (Rana boylii) oviposition site choice at multiple spatial scales. Journal of Herpetology

Wheeler, C. A., J. B. Bettaso, D. T. Ashton, and H. H. Welsh Jr. 2014. Effects of water temperature on breeding phenology, growth, and metamorphosis of Foothill Yellow-legged Frogs (Rana boylii): a case study of the regulated mainstem and unregulated tributaries of California's Trinity River. Published online in Wiley Online Library: River Research and Applications, DOI: 10.1002/rra.2820.

Wheeler, C.A., J.B. Bettaso, D.T. Ashton, and H. Welsh, Jr. 2013. Effects of Water Temperature on Breeding Phenology, Growth and Timing of Metamorphosis of Foothill Yellow-legged Frogs (Rana boylii) on the Mainstem and Selected Tributaries of California’s Trinity River - 2004-2009. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program. U.S. Forest Service, Redwood Sciences Laboratory, and U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Arcata, CA.

Sloan L, Marks S (2012) Summary of Management Implications for the Project on Western Pond Turtles (Actinemys marmorata) in Lentic Habitats Along the Trinity River, California. Report to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Trinity River Restoration Program, from Humboldt State University, Department of Biological Sciences, Arcata, CA.

Sloan, L. M. (2010) Population structure, life history, and terrestrial movements of western pond turtles (Actinemys marmorata) in lentic habitats along the Trinity River, California. Masters Thesis, Humboldt State University, California.

TRRP (Trinity River Restoration Program). 2012. Trinity River Restoration Program Performance Measure: Comparison of Turtles on the South Fork and Mainstem Trinity. Performance Measure Report. TRRP, Weaverville, California.

Sloan, L and Marks, S (2011) Movement patterns and population structure of western pond turtles (Emys marmorata) in lentic habitats along the Trinity River, California. Biannual Report to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Trinity River Restoration Program.

Ashton, D T; Bettaso, J B; and Welsh, H H Jr (2011) Comparative Ecology of Western Pond Turtle (Actinemys marmorata) populations on the Free-flowing South Fork and Regulated Main Fork Trinity River: Demography, Size and Body Condition Comparisons, Thermal Ecology, and Spatial Dynamics.

Sloan, L and Marks, S (2011) Western Pond Turtles (Emys marmorata) in a Lentic Habitat Along the Trinity River, California. Biannual report from HSU Dept. Biological Sciences to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Trinity River Restoration Program.

Ashton, D. T., J. B. Bettaso, and H. H. Welsh Jr. 2010. Foothill yellow-legged frog (Rana boylii) distribution and phenology relative to flow management on the Trinity River. Oral presentation provided at the Trinity River Restoration Program's 2010 Trinity River Science Symposium.

Ashton, D. T., J. B. Bettaso, J. S. Rousseau, and H. H. Welsh Jr. 2010. Comparative ecology of the western pond turtle (Emys marmorata) on two forks of the Trinity River. Oral presentation provided at the Trinity River Restoration Program's 2010 Trinity River Science Symposium.

Ecology – Riparian Vegetation

Hoopa Valley Tribal Fisheries Department and McBain Associates. 2016. Water year 2015 Trinity River Restoration Program riparian monitoring report. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program (TRRP). Hoopa Valley Tribal Fisheries Department, Hoopa, California.

Hoopa Valley Tribal Fisheries Department and McBain Associates. 2015. Water year 2014 Trinity River Restoration Program geomorphic and riparian monitoring report. Report to the TRRP. Hoopa Valley Tribal Fisheries Department, Hoopa, California.

McBain & Trush Inc. 2007. Final report Trinity River water year 2006 riparian monitoring at proposed and constructed bank rehabilitation sites. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program. McBain & Trush Inc., Arcata, CA.

HVT (Hoopa Valley Tribe) and McBain & Trush Inc. 2006. Riparian monitoring at four proposed bank rehabilitation sites and one bank rehabilitation site. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program. HVT, Hoopa, California.

Hoopa Valley Tribe, McBain & Trush Inc. 2006. Riparian Monitoring at Four Proposed Bank Rehabilitation Sites and One Bank Rehabilitation Site. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program. Hoopa Valley Tribe, Hoopa, CA.

Ecology – Large Wood

Pryor, C. 2015. Velocity profiles of wood structures at Upper Junction City, Lorenz Gulch, Lowden. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program under U.S. Bureau of Reclamation contract R10PX20131 from GMA Hydrology, Arcata, California.

TRRP (Trinity River Restoration Program), Cardno ENTRIX, and CH2MHill. 2011. Wood, why is it critical to the Trinity River? Information Brochure. TRRP, Weaverville, California.

Fiori, R., and M. Martin. 2011. Sawmill Rehabilitation Site Wood Loading: Post Construction Report. Report to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Trinity River Restoration Program. Fiori GeoSciences, Klamath, California and Yurok Tribal Fisheries Department, Hoopa, California.

Cardno Entrix and CH2MHill (2011) Trinity River Large Wood Analysis and Recommendation Report. Report to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Trinity River Restoration Program. Cardno Entrix, South Lake Tahoe, California.

Cardno Entrix and CH2MHill (2010) ELJ On-site Implementation Follow-up Trip Report. Report to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Trinity River Restoration Program. Cardno Entrix, South Lake Tahoe, California.

CH2MHill and ENTRIX (2010) Trinity River Restoration Program design and implementation process review report.

Menten, D. P., M. Smith-Caggiano, D. Goodman, J. Alvarez, and A. Martin. 2010. Effects of large wood at Trinity River bank rehabilitation sites. Poster presentation provided at the Trinity River Restoration Program's 2010 Trinity River Science Symposium.

Ecology – Invasive Species

Fuller, T E; Pope, K L; Ashton, D T; and Welsh, H H Jr (2010) Linking the distribution of an invasive amphibian (Rana catesbeiana) to habitat conditions in a managed river system in northern California. Restoration Ecology (Journal of the Society for Ecological Restoration International) 1:10.

NSR (North State Resources). 2007. Distribution and applied management of invasive plant species at proposed rehabilitation sites along the mainstem of the Trinity River. Report, with appendices and supplemental maps, to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Trinity River Restoration Program. NSR, Chico, California.

Discontinued record. Please see link in Description.

Physical – Sediment Transport

TRRP (Trinity River Restoration Program) Fish Workgroup. 2016. Fine sediment criteria for the Trinity River. TRRP Memorandum dated March 28, 2016. TRRP, Weaverville, California.

Pittman, S. 2016. 2015 Trinity River sediment transport monitoring final report. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program (TRRP) and the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation under contract R14C00122. GMA Hydrology, Inc., Placerville, California.

Hoopa Valley Tribal Fisheries Department and McBain Associates. 2015. Water year 2014 Trinity River Restoration Program geomorphic and riparian monitoring report. Report to the TRRP. Hoopa Valley Tribal Fisheries Department, Hoopa, California.

McBain Associates. 2015. Trinity River active bar mapping, Lewiston Dam to the North Fork Trinity River confluence, summer 2014. Prepared for the Hoopa Valley Tribal Fisheries. McBain Associates, Arcata, California.

Graham Matthews and Associates (GMA). 2015. Trinity River WY2014 sediment transport monitoring final report. GMA, Weaverville, CA.

Gaeuman, D. 2014. Analyses to support gravel augmentation recommendations for the Trinity River, California. Technical Report TR-TRRP-2014-1. Trinity River Restoration Program, Weaverville, California.

HVTFD (Hoopa Valley Tribal Fisheries Department) and McBain Associates. 2014. Water year 2013 Trinity River Restoration Program geomorphic and riparian monitoring report. Report including appendices. Hoopa Valley Tribal Fisheries Department, Hoopa, CA.

Graham Matthews and Associates (GMA). 2014. Trinity River WY2013 sediment transport monitoring final report. GMA, Weaverville, CA.

Graham Matthews & Associates. 2014. Trinity River WY2012 sediment transport monitoring final report. Report with appendices to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Trinity River Restoration Program. Graham Matthews & Associates, Weaverville, CA.

HVTFD (Hoopa Valley Tribal Fisheries Department) and McBain & Trush Inc. 2014. Water year 2012 Trinity River Restoration Program geomorphic and riparian monitoring report. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program. McBain & Trush Inc., Arcata, CA.

HVTFD (Hoopa Valley Tribal Fisheries Department) and McBain & Trush Inc. 2013. Water year 2011 Trinity River Restoration Program geomorphic and riparian monitoring report. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program. McBain & Trush Inc., Arcata, CA.

Graham Matthews and Associates (GMA). 2012. Trinity River WY2011 Sediment Transport Monitoring Final Report. Report to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation by Graham Matthews & Associates, Weaverville, CA.

HVTFD (Hoopa Valley Tribal Fisheries Department) and McBain & Trush Inc. 2012. Water Year 2010 Trinity River Restoration Program geomorphic and riparian monitoring- a sub-component of the Integrated Habitat Assessment Project. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program. McBain & Trush Inc., Arcata, CA.

Pasternack, G. B. and R. A. Brown. 2011. Ecohydraulic design of gravel-bed river rehabilitation in the Lewiston Dam reach of the Trinity River, CA. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program. University of California at Davis, Davis, California.

Cardno Entrix. 2011. Trinity River Modeling Memo, Lorenz Gulch - Goat Hole. Report to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Trinity River Restoration Program. Cardno Entrix, South Lake Tahoe, California.

Gaeuman, D and Krause, A (2011) 2010 bed-material sediment budget update, Trinity River, Lewiston Dam to Douglas City, California. Trinity River Restoration Program technical report TR-TRRP-2011-2.

Graham Matthews and Associates (GMA). 2011. Trinity River WY2010 Sediment Transport Monitoring Final Report. Report to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, Trinity River Restoration Program.

Wilcock, P (2010) 2004-2009 sediment budget update, Trinity River, California, Lewiston Dam to Douglas City.

Hales, G. M, 2010. Geomorphic monitoring at selected bank rehabilitation sites: WY2009 results and comparison with previous monitoring. Oral presentation provided at the Trinity River Restoration Program's 2010 Trinity River Science Symposium. McBain & Trush Inc., Arcata, California.

Krause, A. 2010. Legacy effects of Trinity River gold mining. Oral presentation provided at the Trinity River Restoration Program's 2010 Trinity River Science Symposium. Trinity River Restoration Program, Weaverville, California.

Graham Matthews and Associates (GMA). 2010. Trinity River WY2009 sediment transport monitoring final report (with appendixes).

Graham Matthews and Associates (GMA). 2009. Trinity River WY2008 sediment transport monitoring final report.

Graham Matthews and Associates (GMA). 2009. Trinity River WY2008 sediment transport monitoring final report (Appendices).

Graham Matthews and Associates (GMA). 2008. Trinity River WY2007 sediment transport monitoring final report.

Graham Matthews and Associates (GMA). 2008. WY2007 sediment transport monitoring final report, technical appendixes.

Dickenson, S. E. (2008) Effect of Sediment Source Control Measures on Stream Channel Morphology and Physical Habitat in the Grass Valley Creek Watershed, Trinity County, California. Data Collection for the Investigation of Sediment Transport, Fluvial Geomorphology, and the Effectiveness of Gravel Augmentation Below a USBR Sediment Catchment Dam. Report from Oregon State University prepared for the USBR Trinity River Restoration Program.

Graham Matthews and Associates (GMA). 2007. Trinity River comprehensive sediment transport data compilation report. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program by Graham Matthews and Associates, Weaverville, CA.

Graham Matthews and Associates (GMA). 2007. Trinity River WY2006 sediment transport monitoring final report.

Graham Matthews and Associates (GMA). 2007. WY2006 sediment transport monitoring report technical appendixes: sediment computations report.

HVT (Hoopa Valley Tribe) and McBain & Trush Inc. 2007. Water year 2006 Trinity River geomorphic and riparian monitoring final report. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program. HVT, Hoopa, California.

HVT (Hoopa Valley Tribe) and McBain & Trush Inc. 2007. Final report Trinity River water year 2006 geomorphic monitoring at Hocker Flat bank rehabilitation site. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program. HVT, Hoopa, California.

Graham Matthews and Associates (GMA). 2006. WY2005 flow release sediment transport monitoring report.

Graham Matthews and Associates (GMA). 2006. WY2004 flow release sediment transport monitoring report.

HVT (Hoopa Valley Tribe) and McBain & Trush Inc. 2004. Final report results of baseline geomorphic monitoring at Trinity River proposed bank rehabilitation sites resulting from the water year 2003 flow release. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program. HVT, Hoopa, California.

Graham Matthews and Associates (GMA). 2003. WY2002 flow release sediment transport monitoring report.

HVT (Hoopa Valley Tribe) and McBain & Trush Inc. 2002. Preliminary geomorphic results of May 2002 6,000 cfs flow release. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program, Trinity Management Council. HVT, Hoopa, California.

Physical – Water Temperature

Polos, J. 2016. Adult salmon water temperature targets. Trinity River Restoration Program (TRRP) Performance Measure. TRRP, Weaverville, California.

Magneson, M. D. and C. D. Chamberlain. 2015. The influence of Lewiston dam releases on water temperatures of the Trinity River and lower Klamath River, CA, April to October 2014. U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Arcata Fish and Wildlife Office, Arcata Fisheries Data Series Report Number DS 2015-41, Arcata, California.

Wheeler, C. A., J. B. Bettaso, D. T. Ashton, and H. H. Welsh Jr. 2014. Effects of water temperature on breeding phenology, growth, and metamorphosis of Foothill Yellow-legged Frogs (Rana boylii): a case study of the regulated mainstem and unregulated tributaries of California's Trinity River. Published online in Wiley Online Library: River Research and Applications, DOI: 10.1002/rra.2820.

Magneson, M. 2014. The Influence of Lewiston Dam Releases on Water Temperatures of the Trinity River and Lower Klamath River, CA. April to October, 2013. Arcata Fisheries Data Series Report Number DS 2014-36. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Arcata Fish and Wildlife Office, Arcata, CA.

Wheeler, C.A., J.B. Bettaso, D.T. Ashton, and H. Welsh, Jr. 2013. Effects of Water Temperature on Breeding Phenology, Growth and Timing of Metamorphosis of Foothill Yellow-legged Frogs (Rana boylii) on the Mainstem and Selected Tributaries of California’s Trinity River - 2004-2009. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program. U.S. Forest Service, Redwood Sciences Laboratory, and U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Arcata, CA.

Magneson, M. 2013. The Influence of Lewiston Dam Releases on Water Temperatures of the Trinity River and Lower Klamath River, CA. April to October, 2012. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program, Arcata Fisheries Data Series Report Number DS 2013-30. U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Archata, California.

USBR (2012) Lewiston Temperature Management Intermediate Technical Memorandum, Lewiston Reservoir, Trinity County, California. Report by U. S. Bureau of Reclamation, Mid-Pacific Region, Sacramento, CA.

Bender MD (2012) Trinity Reservoir Carryover Storage Cold Water Pool Sensitivity Analysis. Technical Memorandum No. 86-68220-12-06, U.S. Bureau of Reclmation, Technical Service Center, Denver, CO.

Sogutlugil, I E (2012) Summary of Trinity River flow and temperature model 2003 & 2005 initial simulations with regard to Trinity River water temperature targets. Technical Memorandum to the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation by Watercourse Engineering Inc.

TRRP (Trinity River Restoration Program). 2012. Trinity River Restoration Program Performance Measure: Temperature Target Performance. Performance Measure Report. TRRP, Weaverville, CA.

Scheiff, T and Zedonis, P (2012) The influence of Lewiston Dam releases on water temperatures of the Trinity and Klamath Rivers, CA April to October 2011. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Arcata Fish and Wildlife Office, Arcata Fisheries Data Series Report Number DS 2012-24, Arcata, California.

Scheiff, T, and Zedonis, P (2011) The Influence of Lewiston Dam Releases on Water Temperatures of the Trinity and Klamath Rivers, CA. April to October, 2010. U. S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Arcata Fish and Wildlife Office, Arcata Fisheries Data Series Report Number DS 2011-22, Arcata, California.

Scheiff, T and Zedonis, P (2010) The influence of Lewiston Dam releases on water temperatures of the Trinity and Klamath Rivers, CA. April to October, 2009.

Wittler, R., R. Yaworsky, and P. Manza. 2010. Temperature management of the CVP northern system. Oral presentation provided at the 2010 Trinity River Science Symposium. Trinity River Restoration Program, Weaverville, California.

Faux, R. 2010. Application of airborne thermal infrared (TIR) imagery to the understanding of spatial temperature patterns in the Trinity River. Oral presentation provided at the Trinity River Restoration Program's 2010 Trinity River Science Symposium. Watershed Sciences, Corvallis, Oregon.

Strange, J S (2010) Upper Thermal Limits to Migration in Adult Chinook Salmon: Evidence from the Klamath River Basin. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 139(4): 1091-1108.

Watershed Sciences (2009) Airborne thermal infrared remote sensing, middle Trinity River, California.

Zedonis, P (2009) The influence of Lewiston Dam releases on water temperatures of the Trinity and Klamath Rivers, CA. April to October, 2008.

Zedonis, P (2008) The influence of Lewiston Dam releases on water temperatures of the Trinity and Klamath Rivers, CA. April to October, 2007.

Watercourse Engineering (2007) Trinity River flow and temperature modeling project.

Zedonis, P and Turner R (2006) The influence of Lewiston Dam releases on water temperatures of the Trinity and Klamath Rivers, CA., April to October, 2005.

Zedonis, P. (2005) The Influence of Lewiston Dam Releases on Water Temperatures of the Trinity and Klamath Rivers, CA., April to October, 2004. Arcata Fisheries Technical Report Number TR2005-03 from the USFWS.

Zedonis, P (2005) Lewiston Dam releases and their influence on water temperatures of the Trinity and Klamath Rivers, California, April to October 2004.

Naman S (2005) Thermal Refugia Use by Salmonids in Response to an Experimental Release of Water on the Trinity river, California 2004. Yurok Tribal Fisheries Program, Hoopa, CA.

Zedonis, P (2004) Lewiston Dam releases and their influence on water temperatures of the Trinity and Klamath Rivers, California, April to October 2003.

Zedonis, P. (2001) Empirical and Theoretical Influences of a Pulse Flow from Lewiston Dam on Water Temperature and Dissolved Oxygen of the Lower Klamath River. DRAFT Report # AFWO F2001-01 from the USFWS presented to the Trinity River Management Council.

Zedonis, P and Newcomb T (1997) An evaluation of flow and water temperatures during the spring for protection of salmon and steelhead smolts in the Trinity River, California.

Zedonis, P (1996) A water temperature model for the Trinity River. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Arcata, CA.

Zedonis, P A (1994) Estimated influences of feather edge and side-channel projects on water temperatures of the upper Trinity River. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Arcata, CA.

TRRP Program Organization

Buffington, J., C. Jordan, M. Merigliano, J. Peterson, and C. Stalnaker. 2014. Review of the Trinity River Restoration Program following Phase 1, with emphasis on the Program's channel rehabilitation strategy. Prepared by the Trinity River Restoration Program's Science Advisory Board for the Trinity River Restoration Program with assistance from Anchor QEA, LLC, Stillwater Sciences, BioAnalysts, Inc., and Hinrichsen Environmental Services.

TRRP (2013) Trinity River Restoration Program work group manual. Trinity River Restoration Program, Weaverville, CA

St. Clair T, Burns R (2013) Decision support system literature review and potential implementation scenarios for the Trinity River Restoration Program. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program by Atkins [consultants]

TRRP (Trinity River Restoration Program). 2013. Trinity River Restoration Program Peer Review Guidelines. TRRP, Weaverville, California.

TRRP (Trinity River Restoration Program). 2012. Data Management and Utility Plan, Version 1.0. Trinity River Restoration Program, Weaverville, CA.

Bradford, M. and Hankin, D. 2012. Trinity River Restoration Program Adult Salmonid Monitoring Evaluation. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program (TRRP). Simon Fraser University, Burnaby, British Columbia.

TRRP (Trinity River Restoration Program). 2011. TRRP Adult Salmonid Monitoring Review Work shop presentations - October 2011. TRRP Meeting Presentations. TRRP, Weaverville, California.

Schwarz, C J; Pickard, D; Marine, K; and Bonner, S J (2009) Juvenile salmonid outmigrant monitoring evaluation, phase II - December 2009. Report to the Trinity River Restoration Program. ESSA Technologies, Vancouver, British Columbia.

TRRP (Trinity River Restoration Program) and ESSA Technologies Ltd. (2009) Integrated assessment plan. TRRP, Weaverville, California.

TRRP Foundational

Buffington, J., C. Jordan, M. Merigliano, J. Peterson, and C. Stalnaker. 2014. Review of the Trinity River Restoration Program following Phase 1, with emphasis on the Program's channel rehabilitation strategy. Prepared by the Trinity River Restoration Program's Science Advisory Board for the Trinity River Restoration Program with assistance from Anchor QEA, LLC, Stillwater Sciences, BioAnalysts, Inc., and Hinrichsen Environmental Services.

HVTFD (Hoopa Valley Tribe Fisheries Department), McBain & Trush Inc., and Northern Hydrology & Engineering. 2011. Channel rehabilitation design guidelines for the mainstem Trinity River. Prepared for the Trinity River Restoration Program, Weaverville, California. HVTFD, Hoopa, California.

TRRP (Trinity River Restoration Program) and ESSA Technologies Ltd. (2009) Integrated assessment plan. TRRP, Weaverville, California.

TRRP (Trinity River Restoration Program. 2009. Combined package of TRRP master environmental impact report and related documents. TRRP, Weaverville, California.

TRRP (2009) Conceptual models and hypotheses for the Trinity River Restoration Program. Final report prepared for the Trinity River Restoration Program, Weaverville, CA. 130 pp.

USBR (2006) Notice and Correction Regarding Implementation of the Trinity River Restoration Program. Federal Register 71(87) 26560-26561.

U.S. Department of Interior. 2000. Record of decision, Trinity River mainstem fishery restoration final environmental impact statement/environmental impact report. Decision by the U.S. Department of Interior, December 2000.

NMFS (U.S. National Marine Fisheries Service). 2000. Biological Opinion, Trinity River Mainstem Fishery Restoration. Endangered Species Act - Section 7 Consultation. NMFS, Southwest Region, Long Beach, CA.

USFWS (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service). 2000. Reinitiation of Formal Consultation: Biological Opinion of the Effects of Long-term Operation of the Central Valley Project and State Water Project as Modified by Implementing the Preferred Alternative in the Draft Environmental Impact Statement/Environmental Impact Report for the Trinity River Mainstem Fishery Restoration Program; and Request for Consultation on the Implementation of this Alternative on the Threatened Northern Spotted Owl, Northern Spotted Owl Critical Habitat, and the Endangered Bald Eagle within the Trinity River Basin, and Where Applicable, Central Valley Reservoirs. USFWS, Sacramento, California.

USFWS (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service), USBR (U.S. Bureau of Reclamation), HVT (Hoopa Valley Tribe), and Trinity County. 2000. Trinity River Mainstem Fishery Restoration Environmental Impact Statement / Environmental Impact Report. Public Draft and Final in electronic format.

Stalnaker, C and Wittler, R J (2000) Implementation Plan for the Preferred Alternative of the TREIS/R.

USFWS (U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service) and HVT (Hoopa Valley Tribe). 1999. Trinity River flow evaluation final report. USFWS, Arcata, California and HVT, Hoopa, California.

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