BPA Fish and Wildlife FY 1998 Proposal

Section 1. Summary
Section 2. Goals
Section 3. Background
Section 4. Purpose and methods
Section 5. Planned activities
Section 6. Outcomes, monitoring and evaluation
Section 7. Relationships
Section 8. Costs and FTE

see CBFWA and BPA funding recommendations

Section 1. Summary

Title of project
Technical Support for PATH - Chapman Consulting, Inc. (now Bioanalysts, Inc.)

BPA project number   9601700

Short description

Business name of agency, institution or organization requesting funding
BioAnalysts, Inc, formerly Don Chapman Consultants, Inc. THE FIRM'S NAME HAS BEEN CANGED

Proposal contact person or principal investigator
 NameDr. Albert Giorgi, Fisheries Scientist
 Mailing address7981 168th Ave. NE
Redmond, WA 98052
 Phone206 883-8295
 Emailaegiorgi@nwlink.com
   

Section 2. Goals

General

Target stockLife stageMgmt code (see below)
All (L)

 

Section 3. Background

Stream area affected

History
PATH was initiated in 1995. We have provided technical support in that forum since it's inception. Staff activities have focused on conducting retrospective analyses pertaining to the effects of hydroelctric development on salmon survival and authoring sections of Chapter 6 in the Final Report. Satff have also reviewed the work products of other subgroups within PATH.

Project reports and papers
Marmorek, D., et al (including A.Giorgi). 1996. Plan for analyzing and testing hypotheses (PATH): Final report for fiscal year 1996.

Section 4. Purpose and methods

Specific measureable objectives
The project intends to conduct technical analyses regarding anadromous fish passage through the Snake and Columbia River hydroelctric complex, as instructed by PATH steering committee.

Section 5. Planned activities

Project completion date   2000

Constraints or factors that may cause schedule or budget changes
Unknown

Section 6. Outcomes, monitoring and evaluation

SUMMARY OF EXPECTED OUTCOMES

Present utilization and convservation potential of target population or area
na

Assumed historic status of utilization and conservation potential
na

Long term expected utilization and conservation potential for target population or habitat
na

Indirect biological or environmental changes
na

Physical products
na

Environmental attributes affected by the project
na

Changes assumed or expected for affected environmental attributes
na

Measure of attribute changes
na

Assessment of effects on project outcomes of critical uncertainty
Na

Information products
na

Provisions to monitor population status or habitat quality
na

Data analysis and evaluation
na

Information feed back to management decisions
na

Critical uncertainties affecting project's outcomes
na

Evaluation
na

Incorporating new information regarding uncertainties
na

Increasing public awareness of F&W activities
na

Section 7. Relationships

Section 8. Costs and FTE

1997 Planned  $60,000

Future funding needs   Past obligations (incl. 1997 if done)
FY$ Need% Plan % Implement% O and M
199880,000     
199980,000     
200080,000     
20010     
 
FYObligated
199698,979
Total98,979

Other non-financial supporters
na

FY97 overhead percent   47%

How does percentage apply to direct costs
portion

Contractor FTE   Up to three staff members for a total FTE of approximately 0.4.
Subcontractor FTE   na