The following documents have been prepared related to Fish Passage and Migration in the Alameda Watershed.
Assessment of Fish Migration at Riffles in Sunol Valley
The purpose of this assessment is to present information from a completed 2006 field survey of riffles and related hydraulic conditions that may influence migration conditions for future steelhead in the reach of Alameda Creek in the Sunol Valley quarry area, including analysis of riffles surveyed by Entrix in 2004.
Feasibility of Fish Passage at Calaveras Dam
This technical memorandum describes the general design criteria for identification of conceptual level passage components for steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss) at the replacement Calaveras Dam and assesses the feasibility and potential biological benefit of implementing these components.
Feasibility of Fish Passage at Alameda Creek Diversion Dam
This technical memorandum identifies conceptual-level fish passage options at the Alameda Creek Diversion Dam and assesses the feasibility of implementing passage to benefit steelhead when they are restored to the Alameda Creek Watershed.
Assessment of Fish Upstream Migration at Natural Barriers
This memorandum presents information from a field assessment of potential natural barriers to future steelhead upstream migration in the Upper Alameda Creek Sub-Watershed. Evaluation of stream features that are potential barriers to adult steelhead immigration provides useful information to steelhead restoration efforts and helps inform related assessments of the feasibility of creating steelhead passage at Calaveras Dam and Alameda Creek Diversion Dam (ACDD).