Application of the Out-Migrant Survival Simulator ( OMSS ) using the SWARM modeling environment to study smolt-predator interactions

@inproceedings{Beer2001ApplicationOT,
  title={Application of the Out-Migrant Survival Simulator ( OMSS ) using the SWARM modeling environment to study smolt-predator interactions},
  author={W. Nicholas Beer and James J Anderson},
  year={2001}
}
The first goal of this modeling exercise was to model the rate of smolt migration and survival of different life history types of chinook salmon through a reservoir in the Snake River. The second goal was to use the model to help understand how physical and behavioral processes control the fish migration and survival. An applied goal is to predict the… CONTINUE READING