Science

May 5, 2021

CalTrout sponsors the 2021 Virtual Salmonid Restoration Conference

May 5, 2021
Sound science informs our work. Established as a scientific leader on fish and water issues in the state, CalTrout roots its projects in research to drive
March 2, 2021

Saving Fish from Extinction

March 2, 2021
A recent global assessment, released by 16 conservation organizations, of the world’s freshwater fish species found that nearly a third are at risk of extinction. Overfishing
February 11, 2021

A Swiss Cheese Model for Fish Conservation

February 11, 2021
Here’s some food for thought: Nicholas Chistaki’s “Swiss Cheese Model for Combatting Covid-19” layered approach can be applied to other problems, ranging from drinking water quality
January 4, 2021

What Do Winter Storms Mean For Fish?

January 4, 2021
    By Patrick Samuel CalTrout Bay Area Regional Director A winter storm is expected to blow through Northern California, bringing much-needed rain to the Valley
July 30, 2020

Meet Letitia Grenier, newest PPIC CalTrout Ecosystem Fellow

July 30, 2020
We are excited to introduce Letitia Grenier — Senior Scientist at the San Francisco Estuary Insitute and Aquatic Science Center — as the second appointed Public
May 6, 2020

The State of the Salmonids in California Webinar

May 6, 2020
Take a deep dive into the SOS II: Fish in Hot Water Scientific Report. Earlier this year, Patrick Samuel, CalTrout’s Bay Area Program Manager, and Dr.
February 27, 2020

CalTrout Science Pop Quiz

February 27, 2020
January 15, 2020

Field Notes: Fish Food on Floodplain Farm Fields

January 15, 2020
By Jacob Montgomery Part 1: About the Project Overview. CalTrout’s Central Valley program is currently engaged in multiple projects, all of which are focused on reconnecting
January 9, 2020

Saving the Rainbows: Finding Shelter for Rescued Native Trout in Southern California

January 9, 2020
by Megan Nguyen and Sandra Jacobson. CalTrout is using spatial analysis in collaboration with the Pacific States Marine Fisheries Commission and California Department of Fish and
December 19, 2019

Can Salmon Eat Their Way Out of Climate Change?

December 19, 2019
This article was originally published by UC Davis. Can Salmon Eat Their Way Out of Climate Change? Abundant Food Helps Offset Higher Temperatures for Fish. But
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