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DRM - Deschutes River mouth

In February-March 2013, two antenna arrays, arranged upstream- downstream from one another, were installed just upstream from the mouth of the Deschutes River in the west channel at Moody Island (rkm 0.46). This system is based on Biomark?s new IS1001-MTS Multiplexing Transceiver System. The arrays consist of 12-Biomark 20ft STOUT antennas, each controlled by a submersible IS1001 antenna control nodes. There are seven antennas in the upstream array and 60 feet downstream are five antennas in the downstream array. The IS1001 nodes are connected in series and they in turn are connected to an IS1001-Master Controller located adjacent to the array on the west bank of the Deschutes River. Diagnostic and tag detection data will be retrieved remotely using a Campbell Scientific CR1000 data logger and cell phone connection. The IS1001-MTS is capable of detecting FDX-B and HDX PIT tags.

Operated by:

CTWSR

First year:

2013

Last year:

2017

RKM:

328.001

Site Contacts

Steward

Shayla Stwyer
shayla.stwyer@ctwsbnr.org
(541) 553-3583

POC

Brett Turley
brett.turley@biomark.com
(208) 955-6771

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Operational Dates

Year Start Date End Date Notes
2014 1/1/2014 1/1/2015
2015 1/1/2015 1/1/2016
2016
2017
2013

Current and Historic Site Configurations

Config Seq: 100

Start Date: 3/13/2013

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