Site Type

Site Name

 

LD3 - Lebanon Dam Diversion Bypass

Instream detection array in the Diversion V-Screen bypass channel at Lebanon Dam on the South Santiam River, a tributary to the Willamette River. The array is one of four interrogation sites located at or near the dam. This site is monitored by 2x Biomark IS1001-ACNs synchronized for detection timing. Additional hardware includes a cell modem, grid supplied power configured to charge 24V battery-banks which isolate power to the ACN’s from the grid and serve as battery backup in the case of a power outage. This site consists of two antennas in series (making efficiency estimates possible). Each antenna is a single pass-thru antenna around the 36” HDPE bypass pipe. The pipe transports water back to the South Santiam downstream of the dam. Each antenna is a flexible low-profile pass-through antenna. The V-screen and pipe are designed to divert fish away from a diversion canal that supplies irrigation water to the area.

Operated by:

ODFW

First year:

2015

Last year:

2017

RKM:

163.174.019.032

Site Contacts

Steward

Derrek Faber
Derrek.M.Faber@state.or.us
(541) 296-3023 x221

Map

Operational Dates

Year Start Date End Date Notes
2015
2016
2017

Current and Historic Site Configurations

Config Seq: 100

Start Date: 4/30/2015

End Date:

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