Training
Past Trainings/Training on Demand

Bridges & Biology Workshop

February 21-22, 2018, Sacramento, CA

This workshop was a partnership between Caltrans Structures Engineering and the Division of Environmental Analysis Office of Biological Studies, California Department of Fish and Wildlife, and NOAA’s National Marine Fisheries Service. The workshop provided a shared understanding of process and requirements of bridge planning, foundations investigation, and structures design, as well as biological and habitat resources coordination, investigations, impact analysis, permitting and implementation of avoidance, minimization measures and post-project monitoring.

Presentations (note: There may be a short delay as the video you click on loads)

The agenda for the Bridges & Biology Workshop can be accessed here.

Upcoming Webinars
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FIshPAC Connectivity Case Study Webinars

Click on the links below to register:

June 17, 9am-10:15am

July 15, 9am-10a:15am

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A Toolbox for Fish Passage Engineering
(M. Love, Michael Love & Associates, Inc.)

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June 11, 9am-10:00am

Other FishPAC Training Presentations

Click here for a document on free software available for transportation and fish passage design.

Recorded Webinars

Click on the fliers below to access the recordings to the webinars.

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State of Salmonids - Fish in Hot Water (Patrick Samuel - Caltrout, Dr. Rob Lusardi, UC Davis)

State of the Salmonids: Status of California's Emblematic Fishes 2017

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Bolinas Lagoon Watershed (V. Pearson, Marin County, and J. Pearson, Lotic Environmental Services)

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Design and analysis of channel restoration features in confined urban rivers (N Holste, US BOR)

Using eDNA Detection as a Survey Tool for the Endangered Tidewater Goby (A. Kinziger)

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