Corralling Steelhead: Carmel River Weir

One of the most fundamental challenges for freshwater fisheries biologists in California is monitoring the peaks in migratory fish movement that tend to happen shortly after rains lead to high river flows. More water makes fish passage possible, but also means deeper channels, swift flows, and turbid water, creating a catch-22 in which most fish … Continue reading Corralling Steelhead: Carmel River Weir