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Table of Contents
Part 1. Administration and Budgeting
Section 1: General Administrative Information
Section 2: Description
Section 3: Related Projects
Section 4: Planning and Design
Section 5: Construction/Implementation
Section 6: Operations and Maintenance
Section 7: Monitoring and Evaluation
Section 8: Total Budget
Section 9: Project Documents
Part 2. Current Status of Modification Request
Part 3. Comments on this Modification Request


Part 1 of 3. Administration and Budgeting
Section 1: General Administrative Information
Process Information:
Date Proposal Submitted & Finalized Status BOG Meeting Date
September 3, 2008 Finalized September 10, 2008

Modification Type: FY 2008 Within-Year Ongoing
BPA Project Number: 199703000
BPA Project Name: Chinook Salmon Adult Abundance Monitoring
COTR/BPA Project Manager: Deborah Docherty
Agency, Institution or Organization Requesting Rescheduling: Nez Perce Tribe
Funding Type: expense
Project Leader: Paul Kucera
Province: Mountain Snake
Subbasin: Salmon
 
Contact Person
First Name: Paul
Last Name Kucera
Address: 125 S. Mission Street, P.O. Box 1942
City, State Zip: McCall, ID 83638
Phone: (208)634-5290
Fax: (208)634-4097
Email: paulk@nezperce.org

Administrative Contacts
Primary Administrative Contact Secondary Administrative Contact:
Name Kelly Wasson Name Arleen Henry
Address: P.O. Box 365 Address: P.O. Box 365
City, State Zip: Lapwai, ID 83540 City, State Zip: Lapwai, ID 83540
Phone: (208)843-7317 Phone: (208)843-2253
Fax: Fax:
Email: kellyw@nezperce.org Email: arleenh@nezperce.org
Note: Note:

Section 2a: Description (Species Information)
Target Species Oncorhynchus tshawytscha (chinook)

Provide explanations as to why the following alternative funding solutions are not feasible and will jeopardize the project:
Reduction in existing scope of project: This project is a research, monitoring and evaluation (RM&E) project. It is designed to provide long term monitoring of natural origin (wild) salmon escapement and productivity information in a Snake River basin stream (Secesh River)for managers and policy makers. A 15% proposed budget reduction on a level funded budget since 2007, which eliminates staff time, cuts directly into all project operations and work elements. It also delays many other work elements that are not addressed in this document. If this were a habitat restoration project, it would be much easier to say we would eliminate 10 miles of riparian stream fencing this year. It is not that easy for an RM&E project.

Ability to provide accurate and precise natural origin (wild) salmon escapement information is compromised. Independent validation of species identification of DIDSON sonar target counts with underwater optical cameras is eliminated. Determination of the precision of DIDSON sonar escapement estimates is eliminated. Salmon carcass surveys to assist ISS staff with collection of biological information related to estimation of productivity (Progeny-per-parent ratios) is eliminated.

Reduction of Fisheries Technician staff time by 5.75 months creates delays in reading of DIDSON sonar files, computer data entry and quality control checks, computer file maintenance, data analysis, escapement, spawner abundance, and productivity estimates, and report preparation by 2-3 months.

Consulting statistician time is eliminated as is equipment purchase. Professional presentations and attendance at symposiums and meetings is eliminated. Regional project coordination is reduced to a minimum.

Deferral of existing work elements to later date: The challenge this project faces is that a 15% budget reduction effectively reduces Technician staff time by almost six months. The project can not collect the same amount of information for less funds as Technician time must be prioritized to complete essential field operations, data collection, DIDSON file reading, computer data entry, etc.

Because Technician time has been reduced the following work elements will be eliminated. The validation of species identification of DIDSON target counts with underwater optical camera work element will be eliminated as no data will be collected. The determination of the precision of DIDSON estimates work element will be eliminated as information from a second DIDSON sonar unit will not be collected. The salmon carcass surveys work to collect biological information from carcasses for application in productivity estimation (progeny-per-parent ratios) work element will also be eliminated due to reduction in staff time.


Section 2b: Description (Location Information)
Location(s) at which the action will be implemented
Latitude Longitude Location Description
45.209451 -115.811999 Secesh River (rkm 30) at the U.S. Forest Service Chinook Campground

Is this/Are these the same study location(s) that was/were identified in the original proposal? Yes

Condition/situation creating the need for the modification:
Is the situation the result of a catastrophic event that occurred within the existing location? No
Has a habitat/population/mechanical/structural dilemma developed in the proposed study location since the contract was signed with BPA? No

Section 2c: Description (Work Element Information)
What work elements in the existing proposal does the proposed modification address?
Work Element Work Element Title
Install Fish Monitoring Equipment Install equipment at the Secesh River salmon escapement monitoring site
Collect/Generate/Validate Field and Lab Data Collect wild chinook salmon adult abundance and productivity data.
Analyze/Interpret Data Summarize and analyze project data.

Proposed action to achieve the objective(s) Install Fish Monitoring Equipment. Install and operate three underwater optical cameras multiplexed with the DIDSON sonar signal to validate species identification of DIDSON target counts with an independent method. DIDSON salmon escapement estimates are achieved by counting sonar "targets" greater than or equal to 55 cm in length. Optical camera data is used to validate whether these targets are actually salmon or are bull trout. Installation occurs between June 15 and July 15 depending on the timing of ice-out and stream discharge. Installation usually takes two days.

Install Fish Monitoring Equipment. Install a second DIDSON sonar unit to collect sonar files to estimate precision. Installtion occurs between June 15 and June 30.

Collect/Generate/Validate Field and Lab Data. Collect multiplexed DIDSON and optical camera validation data throughout the salmon migration period. Data collection occurs on a stratified random sampling basis to provide up to a 30% sampling rate. Data collection occurs from June 15 to September 15, 2009.

Collect/Generate/Validate Field and Lab Data. Collect sonar files from the second DIDSON sonar unit to estimate precision. Sonar files are collected from a block of days (6-10) for precision estimation. Data collection occurs between June 15 and September 15 depending on saslmon escapement level.

Collect/Generate/Validate Field and Lab Data. Read multiplexed DIDSON and optical camera files. Read both underwater optical camera multiplexed files and DIDSON files from a stratified random sample of dates throughout the salmon migration period for validation comparison. This laboratory activity occurs from September 15 to December 31, 2009.

Collect/Generate/Validate Field and Lab Data. Read sonar files from a block of days (6-10) from the second DIDSON unit to estimate precision. This laboratory activity occurs from December 1 to December 31. Collect/Generate/Validate Field and Lab Data. Assist ISS staff with chinook salmon spawning ground surveys and salmon carcass recoveries. Coordinated salmon spawning ground surveys will be conducted with ISS staff to ensure that adequate redd count and carcass recovery data is collected for run reconstruction purposes. Multiple ground redd count surveys are conducted on the Secesh River annually in index and extensive areas. Carcass collection data will include fork length, mid-eye hypural length, sex, percent spawned, marks for hatchery fish composition determination, CWT wanding for snout collection, dorsal fin rays for ageing, scales, and tissue samples for DNA analysis. Spawning ground surveys are conducted from August 1 through September 15, 2009.

Analyze/Interpret Data. Validate DIDSON counts with independent method. Analyze data to validate DIDSON target counts with optical camera data for species identification purposes. Statistically compare DIDSON counts with optical camera counts by migration period and direction of movement from a stratified random sample of dates. If warranted use validation data to adjust daily salmon passage data and salmon escapement estimates. Validation analysis occurs from November 1 to December 31, 2009.

Analyze/Interpret Data. Determine precision of DIDSON salmon counts. Two DIDSON sonar units will be operated in the Secesh River to determine the precision of the unit to count salmon targets. The two DIDSON units are located 12 meters apart so that the sonar signal does not interfere with each other. A block of original DIDSON files (6-10 days) will be read from both units to compare escapement estimates and 95% confidence intervals from the same block of days. If the 95% confidence intervals from each escapement estimate overlaps, it is assumed that the estimates are not significantly different. This analysis occurs from December 1 to December 31, 2009.

Analyze/Interpret Data. Assist ISS staff with summary of redd count and biological information from salmon carcass recoveries to determine total number of redds by location, age and sex composition, hatchery composition, and prespawning mortality. Calculate the total estimated Secesh River salmon escapement (wild and hatchery) and subtract out the hatchery fish composition to determine a natural origin escapement. Use the natrual origin Secesh River escapement estimate and apply the prespanwingf mortality value from carcass recoveries to determine a natural origin spawner abundance. Progeny-per-parent ratios will be determined and relies on quantification of adult abundance, an index of spawner abundance (redds), spawner abundance, fish per redd, hatchery fraction, age group structure including age at return, spawner sex ratios, prespawning mortality, and tributary harvest (if any). Calculation of progeny-per-parent ratios relies on annual run reconstructions and will use two variants of parents; estimated escapement and spawners (Hesse et al. 2006).


Does not implementing this modification jeopardize the ability to achieve existing biological objectives of this project, as well as other projects? Yes

Explain: Not implementing this modification does jeopardize the ability to achieve project biological objectives and changes the scope of the project. This project collects data for long term monitoring of trends in natural origin (wild) adult salmon escapement and productivity. It is the only stream in the entire Snake River basin where this type of information is collected on wild salmon absent a supplementation program. Information provided by this project is used for effective population management, for threantened species recovery monitoring, and for supplementation program reference stream comparison.

Elimination of DIDSON validation data collection and analysis, and DIDSON precision data collection and analysis affects the accuracy and precision of natural origin salmon escapement estimates.

Elimination of the spawning ground survey collection of biological information from salmon carcasses affects run reconstruction efforts (estimation of age and sex composition, hatchery composition, and prespawningf mortality). This data affects the ability to accurately estimate natural origin spawner abundance which is used as a direct measure of species viability and delisting threhold.


Section 2d: Description (BiOp Information)
NMFS and/or FWS Biological Opinion that this funding request addresses Strategy
NMFS &/or USFWS
How proposed actions will address the BiOp
(i.e., substrategy / limiting factor / metric to be achieved)
NMFS 2008 Biological Opinion - Biological Assessment incorporated by reference hatchery Biological Assessment - Appendix p. B2.6-1-24 Fish population status monitoring projects references project 199703000 - Chinook Salmon Adult Abundance Monitoring project which collects long term natual origin salmon escapement and productivity data.

Biological Assessment - Appendix p. B2.6-1-24 Fish population status monitoring projects references project 199604300 - Johnson Creek Artificial Propagation and Enhancement project which identifies the Secesh River as a reference stream.

Biological Assessment - Appendix p. B2.6-1-24 Fish population status monitoring projects references project 198909800 - Idaho Salmon Supplementation project which identifies the Secesh River as a control stream.

Biological Assessment - Appendix p. B2.6-1-23 RM&E coordination and data management projects which references project 200301700 - Integrated Status and Effectiveness Monitoring project which identifies the need for salmon escapement monitoring in the Secesh River to validate PIT tag array escapement estimation.


Section 2e: Description (Objectives)
Objectives of this proposed project
Objective
(abbreviation)
Full Description
Wild salmon escapement. Adult salmon escapement is a primary performance measure that is used to derive other performance measures such as progeny-per-parent ratios, recruits per spawner, number of smolts per female, SAR's, fish per redd, etc. . If the abundance estimate is inaccurate or imprecise it affects the quality of derived performance measures that are calculated from it. Accurate and precise salmon escapement estimates in the Secesh River are provided on an annual basis using dual frequency identification sonar (DIDSON) technology. DIDSON sonar is a new method in fisheries science that has been used to document fish passage at hydroelectric projects (Moursund et al. 2002, Mueller et al. 2003), to determine adult salmon passage rates and escapement estimates (Maxwell and Gove 2004, Johnson et al. 2004, Faurot and Kucera 2004, Kucera and Faurot 2005) and to identify fall chinook salmon redds (Tiffan et al. 2004). DIDSON technology is a non-invasive technique that does not require capture or handling of threatened adult spring and summer chinook salmon. This eliminates the risk of incidental mortality associated with trapping and handling of a listed species. It can be used in an open river channel with minimum structures, and operates equally well under turbid high discharge or low flow stream conditions.

Daily salmon passage data are collected during the salmon migration period. Daily salmon passages are adjusted for file reader error, DIDSON file CSOT post processing error, and equipment downtime if necessary. Total salmon escapement (wild and hatchery) is then estimated at the DIDSON monitoring site with 95% confidence intervals. The estimated hatchery composition from carcass recoveries is used to estimate the natural origin (wild) escapement above the DIDSON site. Salmon redds located downstream of the DIDSON monitoring site are used to estimate the total Secesh River escapement (wild and hatchery). The total natural origin escapement for a given year is determined by subtracting out the estimated hatchery composition estimated from salmon carcass recoveries.

In the Secesh River estimation of smolt-to-adult return (SAR) is possible when combining escapement data from this project with juvenile emigrant abundance data collected by the Idaho Salmon Supplementation (ISS) project.

Salmon migration timing DIDSON sonar is used to determine the daily net upstream salmon passage for the salmon spawning migration period in the Secesh River. The 10%, median, and 90% migration percentiles are reported for each year's run, as well as the percent of the run by date.
Wild salmon abundance. Natural origin (wild) salmon spawner abundance is estimated for the Secesh River population. The total Secesh River natural origin escapement is taken and prespawning mortality is subtracted out to determine spawner abundance. This performance measure relates to recovery metric monitoring and other derived performance measures.
Wild salmon productivity. Productivity (progeny-per-parent ratios)are estimated on a brood year basis in conjunction with the ISS project. This is a derived performance measure that relies on quantification of adult abundance, an index of spawner abundance (redds), spawner abundance, fish per redd, hatchery fraction, age group structure including age at return, spawner sex ratios, prespawning mortality, and tributary harvest (if any). Calculation of progeny-per-parent ratios relies on annual run reconstructions and will use two variants of parents; estimated escapement and spawners (Hesse et al. 2004). Calculation of progeny-per-parent ratios will be a coordinated effort between this project and the Tribal ISS project which conducts research on the Secesh River as well.

The progeny-per-parent ratio is a key performance measure that this project is determining on the Secesh River wild salmon population. The Secesh River acts as a reference/control stream for the Johnson Creek Artificial Propagation and Enhancement (JCAPE) project, the Northeast Oregon Hatchery (NEOH) project, and the Idaho Salmon Supplementation project hatchery supplementation programs. Monitoring and evaluation plans for these projects all identify the Secesh River as a reference/control stream. Both the JCAPE and NEOH monitoring and evaluation plans have been reviewed and approved by the Northwest Power and Conservation Council and the Independent Scientific Review Panel. The progeny-per-parent productivity data from the Secesh River wild salmon population will be directly compared with the supplemented populations over time (3-5 generations).

Recovery metric monitoring. Natural origin spawner abundance information will be used to compare with the Interior Columbia Basin Technical Recovery Team (ICTRT 2006) viability (delisting) and quasi-extinction thresholds for the Secesh River. The ICTRT recommended major population group (MPG) viability guidelines that require two of the populations in the South Fork Salmon River exceed Viable Salmonid Population (VSP) guidelines. The Secesh River is the only remaining natural origin (wild) salmon population in the South Fork Salmon River MPG and as such is a logical candidate for status monitoring. Accurate and precise information on natural origin spawner abundance at the population level would allow for better determination of population trends, threatened species risk assessment, and direct measurement of delisting criteria once the time series of data was accumulated.

Natural origin salmon progeny-per-parent ratios will provide measurement of the productivity criteria recommended by the VSP document (McElhany et al. 2000), and used by the ICTRT (2006).


Section 3: Is This Funding Request Related to Other Projects in the Basin?

Other projects that are related to this request
Project # Project Title/Description Nature of Relationship
199604300 Johnson Creek Artificial Propagation and Enhancement project This project provides a reference stream supplementation comparison for both salmon escapement and progeny-per-parent productivity information.
198909802 Idaho Supplementation Studies project This project provides a control stream supplementation comparison for salmon escapement information.
1998007092 Northeast Oregon Hatchery project This project provides a reference stream supplementation comparison for both salmon escapement and progeny-per-parent productivity information.
200301700 Integrated Status and Effectiveness Monitoring Project This project will provide salmon escapement information to validate the lower Secesh PIT tag array escapement estimates.
Interior Columbai Basin Technical Recovery Team This project provides accurate and precise data sets on natural origin salmon spawner abundance information for population viability analysis.

Section 4: Estimated Budget for Planning & Design phase for this request (request amount only)

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Section 5: Estimated Budget for Contruction/Implementation phase for this request (request amount only)

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Section 6: Estimated Budget for Operations & Maintenance phase for this request (request amount only)

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Objective Work Element Work Element Title Work Element Description Description of Metrics Task Duration
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Section 7: Estimated Budget for Monitoring & Evaluation phase for this request (request amount only)

Work element-based estimated budget
Monitoring & Evaluation
Objective Work Element Work Element Title Work Element Description Description of Metrics Task Duration
in FYs
Estimated Budget Subcontractor?
Wild salmon escapement. Install Fish Monitoring Equipment Install equipment at the Secesh River salmon escapement monitoring site. Install and operate three underwater optical cameras multiplexed with the DIDSON signal to validate species identification of DIDSON target counts. Implement to assure accurate and precise adult salmon escapement estimate. [Not Entered] 20 $320 No
Wild salmon abundance. Install Fish Monitoring Equipment Install equipment at the Secesh River salmon escapement monitoring site. Install and operate three underwater optical cameras multiplexed with the DISON signal to validate species identification of DIDSON target counts. Implement to assure accurate and precise salmon spawner abundance estimate. [Not Entered] 20 $320 No
Recovery metric monitoring. Install Fish Monitoring Equipment Install equipment at the Secesh River salmon escapement monitoring site. Install and operate three underwater optical cameras multiplexed with the DIDSON signal to validate species identification of DIDSON target counts. Implement to provide accurate spawner abundance information for comparison to viability (delisting) and quasi-extinction thresholds. [Not Entered] 20 $320 No
Wild salmon escapement. Install Fish Monitoring Equipment Install equipment at the Secesh River salmon escapement monitoring site. Install and operate a second DIDSON sonar unit to estimate precision of the escapement estimate. [Not Entered] 1 $458 No
Wild salmon escapement. Collect/Generate/Validate Field and Lab Data Collect wild chinook salmon adult abundance and productivity data. Collect multiplexed DIDSON and optical camera data over the entire salmon migration period to provide accurate and precise salmon escapement data.. [Not Entered] 20 $4,576 No
Wild salmon abundance. Collect/Generate/Validate Field and Lab Data Collect wild chinook salmon adult abundance and productivity data. Collect multiplexed DIDSON and optical camera data over the netire salmon migration period to provide accurate and precise salmon spawner abundance estimates. [Not Entered] 20 $4,576 No
Wild salmon escapement. Collect/Generate/Validate Field and Lab Data Collect wild chinook salmon adult abundance and productivity data. Collect data from a second DIDSON sonar unit to estimate precision on the salmon escapement estimate. [Not Entered] 1 $676 No
Wild salmon abundance. Collect/Generate/Validate Field and Lab Data Collect wild chinook salmon adult abundance and productivity data. Assist ISS staff with salmon spawning ground surveys. Collect biological information from salmon carcasses to use in run reconstructions (age and sex composition, hatchery composition, prespawning mortality estimates). Information will provide more accurate natural origin salmon spawner abundance estimates. [Not Entered] 20 $915 No
Wild salmon escapement. Collect/Generate/Validate Field and Lab Data Collect wild chinook salmon adult abundance and productivity data. Assist ISS staff with salmon spawning ground surveys. Collect biological information from carcasses described above to provide accurate total and natural origin salmon escapement estimates. [Not Entered] 20 $915 No
Wild salmon productivity. Collect/Generate/Validate Field and Lab Data Collect wild chinook salmon adult abundance and productivity data. Assist ISS staff with salmon spawning ground surveys. Collect biological information from carcasses described above to provide more accurate progeny-per-parent ratio data. [Not Entered] 20 $458 No
Wild salmon escapement. Analyze/Interpret Data Summarize and analyze project data. Validation of DIDSON target counts for species identification with underwater optical camera data. Statisticall compare DIDSON target counst with optical camera salmon counts by migration period and direction of movement from a stratified random sample od days throughout the salmon migration period. Use validation data if appropriate to adjust daily salmon passage numbers and the escapement estimate. [Not Entered] 20 $1,715 Yes
Wild salmon abundance. Analyze/Interpret Data Summarize and analyze project data. Use validation analysis described above if appropriate to adjust daily salmon passage numbers and the natural origin spawner abundance estimate. [Not Entered] 20 $1,258 Yes
Wild salmon escapement. Analyze/Interpret Data Summarize and analyze project data. Compare data collected from two DIDSON sonar units over a block of days. Compare escapement estimate and 95% confidence intervals from each sonar unit. If the 95% confidence intervals do not overlap the escapement estimate it is assumed that the escapement estimates are significantly different. [Not Entered] 1 $6,406 Yes
Wild salmon escapement. Analyze/Interpret Data Summarize and analyze project data. Assist ISS staff with summary of biological information collected from salmon carcass recoveries for run reconstruction purposes (age and sex composition, hatchery composition, prespawning mortality estimates). Apply hatchery composition estimate from carcass recovery data to estimate natural origin (wild) salmon escapement in the Secesh River. [Not Entered] 20 $1,915 No
Wild salmon abundance. Analyze/Interpret Data Summarize and analyze project data. Assist ISS staff with summary of salmon carcass data described above and apply the hatchery composition and prespawning mortality data to estimate natural origin spawner abundance in the Secesh River. [Not Entered] 20 $1,108 No
Wild salmon productivity. Analyze/Interpret Data Summarize and analyze project data. Assist ISS staff with summary of salmon carcass data described above and apply redd counts, escapement, spawner abundance, fish per redd, hatchery composition, age at return, sex ratios, prespawning mortality, and harvest (if any) data to estimate progeny-per-parent ratios on a brood year basis. [Not Entered] 20 $1,565 No
Wild salmon escapement. Collect/Generate/Validate Field and Lab Data Collect wild chinook salmon adult abundance and productivity data. Read multiplexed optical camera files for species identification validation of DIDSON target counts within the validation zone. [Not Entered] 20 $11,440 No
Wild salmon escapement. Collect/Generate/Validate Field and Lab Data Collect wild chinook salmon adult abundance and productivity data. Read sonar files from the second DIDSON unit to determine precision. [Not Entered] 1 $6,406 No

Outyear work element-based estimated 2009 - 2012 budget for this proposal
Monitoring & Evaluation
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Monitoring & Evaluation
FY 2009 FY 2010 FY 2011 FY 2012
$305,071 $305,071 $305,071 $305,071

Section 8: Total Budget Modification Request

Itemized Estimated Budget
Item Note FY 2008 Cost
Personnel [blank] $17,770
Fringe Benefits [blank] $4,942
Supplies [blank] $1,009
Overhead [blank] $6,151
Capital Equipment [blank] $5,000
Other Consulting Services $7,500
Travel [blank] $1,866
Other Equipment Lease $1,523

Total Estimated Budget Modification
Total FY 2008 budget modification $45,761
Total FY 2008 budget for this project, including modification request $305,071

Outyear Budget Totals
  2009 2010 2011 2012
Monitoring & Evaluation $305,071 $305,071 $305,071 $305,071
Total Outyear Budgets $305,071 $305,071 $305,071 $305,071

Cost sharing associated with this modification
Organization Item or Service Provided Amount ($) Cash or in-kind?
[blank] [blank] $ 0 Cash

Section 9: Narrative, Maps and Project Documents
Document Type Size Date

Part 2 of 3. Current Status of Modification Request
Meeting Date Status Record Entry Date Decision Group Adjustment Category Urgency Status Budget Impact Reconsider Date
9/10/2008  9/3/2008  NA      Submitted  $45,761   
Decision Comments Next Steps
   
9/10/2008  9/10/2008  BOG  Budget  CAT-3b2: Loss of Monitoring and Evaluation Data  Under BOG Review  $45,761  11/22/2008 
Decision Comments Next Steps
There will be a determination on the 15% reduction.  This request will be pooled up for fourth quarter review, and a decision in the middle of November. 
9/10/2008  11/24/2008  BPA  Budget    BPA Approved  $45,761   
Decision Comments Next Steps
Council recommends and BPA approves the request of $45,761 which will be added to the '09 project year budget.   

Part 3 of 3. Comments on this Modification Request
There are no comments on this proposed modification.