Interrogation Site Metadata
ACB - Asotin Cr. at Cloverland Brdg.Status: Active - Operational
General Operational Period: Year Round
Start Date: 7/30/2009 12:00 AM
ACB is a permanent instream PIT tag interrogation site located near Cloverland Bridge (RKM 4.5) on Asotin Creek, a tributary of the Snake River. As of 10/23/2018 all previous components present at ACB have been replaced and upgraded. The site consists of 2 rows of antennas with each row containing one 20-foot and one 10-foot HDPE antenna, installed in flat-plate configuration. Each antenna is powered by a Biomark IS1001 (ACN) and the ACNs are connected to a Biomark IS1001-MTS master controller. The antennas were built and installed by WDFW. The site is connected to grid power to charge the battery bank powering the detection system. A cellular modem is installed on site to provide remote communication and allow for automated data collection, however, only manual data collection from the IS1001-MTS will occur at ACB until further notice. Prior to the upgrade, the site consisted of three antennas powered by an FS1001M.
|Last File Loaded:||ACB-2022-147-P-001.xml|
|Date Last File Loaded:||6/16/2022 8:10 AM|
|Date Last File Opened:||5/27/2022 11:31 AM|
|Date Last File Closed:||6/15/2022 1:11 PM|
|Last Observation Tag:||3DD.003DF57AC5|
|Last Observation Date:||6/15/2022 9:27 AM|
|Detection Summary:||Last Day's Observations|
Primary Contact:Ethan Crawford
Data Steward:Steve Bennett
Operational history describes the period the site was interrogating for PIT tags. The comments provide anecdotal information about the operation of the site during this period. Site operational periods are updated typically at the end of the calendar year.
|Year||Start Date||End Date||Comments|
|2021||1/1/2021 12:00 AM||1/1/2022 12:00 AM||Start and end dates based on timer tags.|
|2020||1/1/2020 12:00 AM||1/1/2021 12:00 AM||Start and end dates based on timer tags. See event logs for additional operational information.|
|2019||1/1/2019 12:00 AM||12/31/2019 12:00 AM||Start and end dates based on timer tags.|
|2018||1/1/2018 12:00 AM||1/1/2019 12:00 AM|
|2017||1/1/2017 12:00 AM||1/1/2018 12:00 AM||SIte down from April 2 - September 15|
|2016||1/1/2016 12:00 AM||1/1/2017 12:00 AM|
|2015||1/1/2015 12:00 AM||1/1/2016 12:00 AM|
|2014||1/1/2014 12:00 AM||1/1/2015 12:00 AM||Antenna 3 became operational January 30. Antenna 4 no longer in place.|
|2013||1/1/2013 12:00 AM||1/1/2014 12:00 AM||Antennas 3 and 4 down December 10.|
|2012||1/1/2012 12:00 AM||1/1/2013 12:00 AM||Antenna 2 stopped working on April 17. Antenna 1 stopped working on April 23. Both antennas were replaced on August 30.|
|2011||1/1/2011 12:00 AM||1/1/2012 12:00 AM||First year of interrogations.|
|2010||1/1/2010 12:00 AM||1/1/2011 12:00 AM||Data up to Dec 19 originally submitted as Passive Recapture events. Those events were removed in 2017 and resubmitted as interrogation records.|
|2009||7/30/2009 12:00 AM||1/1/2010 12:00 AM||Data from this year of operations originally submitted as Passive Recapture events. Those events were removed in 2017 and resubmitted as interrogation records.|
Configuration metadata includes details about the equipment used at the site to detect and record PIT tags. A new configuration sequence record is created when equipment is added or removed from the site and the period of time it was active. A configuration sequence without an End Date is currently active.
|Antenna Group||Transceiver ID||Antenna ID|
Site Configuration Diagrams:
Select a type to view the history of equipment installed at this site. A missing End Date implies the information about the equipment is current.
|Equipment Code||Description||Start Date||End Date|
Event Log Summary
|Event Date||Event Type||Comments|
|6/8/2022 1:00:00 AM||GMC||
Antennas 01 and 03 became disconnected from their nodes during the early morning of June 8, 2022 due to a flood event occurring in Asotin creek. Antennas 01 and 03 will remain disconnected until stream flows decrease enough to reconnect them. Antennas 02 and 04 continue to operate normally.
|5/25/2022 12:00:00 PM||GMC||
Site visited to reconnect antennas 01 and 03 as flows have subsided somewhat in Asotin Creek. Both antennas 01 and 03 were reconnected without issue and tuned prior to leaving site. ACB now fully operational once again. Antennas 01 and 03 were non operational between May 7 2022 and May 25, 2022.
|5/12/2022 8:55:00 AM||GMC||
Site visited to assess damage after a recent high water/high debris event that began the evening of May 6. Antennas 1 and 3 were disconnected from their nodes during the early morning hours of May 7. All antennas appear to still be anchored in place. Further damage assessment will occur once flows recede and visibility improves. Antennas 2 and 4 continue to operate normally.
|6/24/2020 12:45:00 PM||General||Antenna 3 reconnected to it's node and tuned. All four antennas now operating normally.|
|4/30/2020 9:00:00 AM||General||Antenna 3 became disconnected from its node at approximately 8:25am on 4/30/2020 due to a high flow event. As soon as Asotin creek flows decline enough the antenna will be reconnected.|
|2/23/2020 11:22:00 AM||General||Antenna 03 became unplugged from its node at approximately 20:00 hrs on the evening of February 8, 2020. The node was repositioned and the antenna 03 was plugged back into its node at approximately 15:00 hrs on February 23, 2020.|
|8/7/2019 2:21:34 PM||General||Nodes 1827.2645 - 1827.2648 updated with IS1001 Application Firmware v1.7.0, Master Controller CBG board updated with IS1001-MC CBG Board Firmware v1.7.0 and Master controller updated with IS1001-MC Application Firmware version 1.7.0.|
|5/30/2019 3:19:21 PM||General||Antenna 3 at ACB became disconnected from its node on 4/8/2019 at approximately 4:00 am that morning. Asotin Creek flow conditions have finally allowed for Antenna 3 to be reconnected to it's node on 5/30/2019. Antenna 3 has been tuned and has resumed normal operations.|
|10/23/2018 7:49:00 AM||General||All site components replaced/upgraded and installed. The site now consists of 2 rows of antennas with each row containing one 20- foot and one 10-foot HDPE antenna, installed in flat-plate configuration. Each antenna is powered by a Biomark IS1001 (ACN) and the ACNs are connected to a Biomark IS1001-MTS master controller. The antennas were built and installed by WDFW. The site is connected to grid power to charge the battery bank powering the detection system. A cellular modem is installed on site to provide remote communication and allow for automated data collection, however, only manual data collection from the IS1001-MTS will occur at ACB until further notice. Prior to the upgrade, the site consisted of three antennas powered by an FS1001M. A new site diagram and site description have been added to the site metadata page in Ptagis.|
|9/15/2017 12:50:00 PM||SiteUp||Replacement antennas installed at site. The new configuration only employs only 3 antennas due to the significant geomorphic change that occurred at the site during the spring of 2017 and the likelihood that the site will experience significant geomorphic change again in the spring of 2018. All antennas tuned and tested, site operating normally.|
|7/13/2017 1:22:00 PM||SiteDown||Site is down and in the process of being rebuilt/reinstalled. All damaged antennas and cables have been removed from the site. The 2 working antennae at the site have been unburied and replacements for the 2 damaged antennae have been acquired along with replacement cables and will be installed in the next couple of weeks.|
|5/31/2017 2:27:00 PM||General||Site visited for damage and repair/replacement assessment. Antennas 1 & 2 are still dry and buried under 0.5m of river cobbles but are both present and operating normally. Antennas 3 & 5 were not present at the MUX upon arrival at the site. After inspection it appeared the plug connections on both antennas had come loose during one of the many high water events Asotin Creek has experienced in late March and early April. Antenna 3 was plugged in, tuned and tested and is now back operating normally. Antenna 5 was plugged in but is not functional. Antenna 5 has shifted slightly and doesn't appear to be anchored along it's downstream and may have sustained damage as it sits directly within the thalweg at the site. Further damage assessment and removal and replacement of Antenna 5 will occur as water conditions allow. MUX Buffer was downloaded before leaving the site.|
|4/2/2017 2:53:47 PM||SiteDown||Site visited for further damage assessment as high water in Asotin Creek is receding. Antennas 1 and 2 are present but are dry and encased in a gravel bar that has formed within the North side of the creek channel at the site. Antennas 3 and 5 are not present at the MUX but are visible and do not appear to have moved but have simply come unplugged during the high water event. The water is still too high and swift to get out and plug antennas 3 and 5 back in. Further assessment will continue as Asotin Creek water levels further recede.|
|3/20/2017 8:10:35 AM||General||Site visited for damage assessment from current high water/flood event occurring in Asotin Creek. All 4 antennas present, high noise on antennas 1 and 2 could indicate that they are buried. Further assessment will occur as conditions allow.|
|2/13/2014 9:34:26 AM||General||As of 1/30/2014 site is completely operational. Antenna 4 is not longer in place, and the total number of antennas is down to 4 instead of 5 previously. Antenna sequence is as follows,1,2,3,5. All antennas have been tuned and are functional.|
|1/24/2014 8:17:46 AM||General||As of 12/10/2013, antennas # 3 and 4 are not reading Antenna #4 is completely broken and antenna #3 is unplugged.|
|1/8/2014 8:29:00 AM||General||Site visited and buffer downloaded. Antenna 4 is broken, antenna 5 has moved downstream but is still reading, antenna 3 not reading. Appears site damaged by ice sometime between December 3 and 13th based on flow gauge data.|
|11/11/2013 8:29:00 AM||General||Site visited and buffer downloaded. Site functioning normally.|