Site Type

Site Name

 

CIC - Cottonwood Island, Lwr Col Rvr

The Cottonwood Island site is located upstream of the Cowlitz River, near Longview, WA. The goal at this site is to detect juvenile fish that may take refuge in off channel areas during their migration. There are three multiplexors at this site with each MUX driving two parallel arrays of three antennas each. The 3' x 10' hybrid antennas are designed to allow fish to pass both through the antennas and over the top of them depending on tidal flux. Because the antennas can pivot up and down with the tidal flux they are capable of sampling the entire water column. Each pair of antenna arrays is deployed approximately 60-90' offshore from its MUX at high water.

Operated by:

USFWS

First year:

2010

Last year:

2010

RKM:

112

Site Contacts

Steward

Doug Peterson
doug_peterson@fws.gov
(360) 425-6072

POC

Kurt Steinke
kurt_steinke@fws.gov
(360) 425-6072 x330

Map

Operational Dates

Year Start Date End Date Notes
2010 5/1/2010 6/30/2010 First (and last) year of operation.

Current and Historic Site Configurations

Config Seq: 100

Start Date: 5/1/2010

End Date: 7/1/2010

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