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File Gila River Fisheries Data Gaps Analysis
Gila River Fisheries Data Gaps Analysis report prepared by SWCA Consultants, Inc. in April 2017
File Normandeau_SWCA Fish Habitat Study
Presentation by Tom Payne on results from Gila Fish Habitat Study.
File Dr. Bill Pine - Population Viability Analysis (Gila Fish)
Dr. Bill Pine's presentation to the ISC regarding Gila fish Population Viability Analysis.
File SSPA Surface Water-Groundwater Model Scenario Results
Deborah Hathaway, P.E., presentation to the ISC.
File SWCA (Dr. Mike Hatch) TNC Chapter 10 Review
Dr. Mike Hatch's review of TNC Chapter 10 as presented to the ISC.
File SWCA Scope of Work (Amended August 2013)
Scope of Work for SWCA's ecological evaluations.
File Assessment of Potential Impacts on Gila River Fish Species from Diversions Under the Terms of the 2004 Arizona Water Settlements Act - by SWCA
This report includes the results from fish physical habitat modeling and a population viability analysis for native Gila fishes.
File Arizona Water Settlements Act Proposed Water Impoundment Canyon Survey Report (June 2014)
Biological survey
File Appendix E - Photos for Proposed Water Impoundment Canyons
File Appendix F: NMRAM Assessment Area Photographs for Proposed Water Impoundment Canyons in Grant County, NM
Appendix to main report
File REVIEW: Gila River Flow Needs Assessment Chapter 10
This review of Chapter 10 was conducted by Dr. Mike Hatch of SWCA Environmental Consultants.
File Habitat Simulation, Time Series and Population Viability Analysis (April 14, 2014)
This is a presentation by Ali Effati on the results from SEFA (PHABSIM) modeling, habitat time series analyses, and population viability analysis.
File Summary of Biological Surveys and Cultural Surveys of Canyons (April 14, 2014)
This is Helen Sobien's summary of some of SWCA's work for the ISC.