Training Class
Aquatic Passage at Road-Stream Crossings
Description

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Alaska Department of Fish and Game and Alaska Department of Transportation & Public Facilities invite you to attend a 2-day fish passage workshop.

This workshop provides engineers, planners, NGO staff, hydrologists, project and environmental managers, biologists, and others the necessary background to see a fish passage project from planning to completion. Participants will learn basic concepts related to stream processes and fish habitat, the basics of modeling fish and fish passage in different areas of the State, how to read and evaluate various designs, and how to minimize interference with stream processes and aquatic species movement. Regulatory and current standards across Alaska are presented and discussed. As information is presented in stages, participants will work in teams to resolve fish passage scenarios.

RD & T2 Information

RD & T2 Home
Training
Meetings
Research
Request for Proposals
State Transportation Innovation Council
Resources
Staff

Contact D&ES Webmaster
Staff area (authentication required)
  

Related Resources

FHWA R&T Websitelink exits DOT&PF website
State Transportation WebSiteslink exits DOT&PF website
National LTAP WebSitelink exits DOT&PF website
Alaska Tribal Technical Assistance Centerlink exits DOT&PF website
Alaska University Transportation Centerlink exits DOT&PF website

Training Links

Training P&P
Training Calendar
AK-CESCL Training Site
On-line Training (Login required)
  • RBA
  • Asbestos
  • Hazard Communication
  • Stormwater
  • Wetlands
User Manual
Log in (you are not logged in)

Administrator Login