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Eel River Salmonid Resources Project

The objective of the Eel River Salmonid Resources Project is to compile, digitally archive, and analyze available data on anadromous fishes and their habitat in the Eel River watershed, and to use this information to evaluate the relative importance of watersheds for salmonid recovery. This project is being supported by grants from the California State Coastal Conservancy, and is patterned after similar archiving and assessment projects conducted by CEMAR in the San Francisco Bay Area and the central/southern California coast.

Streams of the Eel River by Subwatershed

To download and view portions of the Steelhead Report according to subbasin,
click on the subbasin from the map below, or download the entire report.

Eel River study area Lower Eel River Van Duzen River Watershed South Fork Eel River Middle Eel River North Fork Eel River Middle Fork Eel River Upper Eel River

Partial funding for this web resource was provided through a
charitable contribution from the Pacific Gas & Electric Company.

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