FPC Fish Condition Metadata



Fish Condition Manuals

  • Click here to download a draft copy of the FPC SMP Condition Sampling Protocol
  • Click here to download a draft copy of the FPC32.net SMP Remote Site Data Entry Program Manual (this is the document includes documentation for the touch screen program used to collect the fish condition data)
  • Click here to download a draft copy of the FPC SMP Protocol

Fish Condition Table Fieldnames and Descriptions

FieldnameDescription
SiteFish condition sampling site (see the following table). Fish condition data are a sub-sample of the sample data collected at SMP site locations.
DateDate fish condition sub-sample collected.
SpeciesSpecies of fish includes: CH0 - Chinook sub-yearling; CH1 - Chinook yearling; ST - Steelhead; CO - Coho; SO - Sockeye; AP - Pacific lamprey ammocoete; MP - Pacific lamprey macropthalmia; and LAMP - All lamprey juveniles.
Number of fish sampledNumber of fish by species within the daily site sub-sample.
Percentage of fish with physical injuriesPercentage of fish by species within the daily site sub-sample with signs of physical injury. Physical injury includes head injuries, eye injuries, operculum injuries, body injuries, and fin injuries not due to disease. Injuries do not include fish with pop eye, fin hemorrhages, fish with pink fins or fin discolorations.
Percentage of fish with signs of diseasePercentage of fish by species within the daily site sub-sample with signs of disease. This includes fish showing symptoms typical of disesase, such as fungus, BKD, Columnaris, parasites, deformities or other diseases.
CommentComment about daily percentage of physical injury or disease. The comment 'Inadequate sample numbers' is added to each record that has less than 20 fish examined and a percentage descaled greater than zero.

Fish Condition Sampling Sites

  • NOTE: Daily fish condition data for the current year lag one day behind the current day.

Abbreviation

Name

Years with Data Available in Fish Condition Query

Location

BON  Bonneville Dam 2009 to present
Beginning 3/1/2009 through present
Columbia River
JDA  John Day Dam 2009 to present
Beginning 4/1/2009 through present
Columbia River
MCN  McNary Dam 2009 to present
Beginning 4/9/2009 through present
Columbia River
LGR  Lower Granite Dam 2009 to present
Beginning 3/26/2009 through present
Snake River
LGS  Little Goose Dam 2009 to present
Beginning 4/1/2009 through present
Snake River
LMN  Lower Monumental Dam 2009 to present
Beginning 4/1/2009 through present
Snake River


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