LINKS VIA ARLIS DOCUMENT SERVER:
|Alaska Department of Fish and Game, et al.||Memorandum of Agreement between Alaska Department of Fish and Game and Alaska Department of Transportation and Public Facilities for the design, permitting, and construction of culverts for fish passage.|
August 3, 2001.
|Anchorage, Alaska. Project Management and Engineering Division||Design criteria manual. Chapter 2, Drainage [Selection].|
Anchorage : Municipality of Anchorage, Project Management and Engineering Division, 2007.
Excerpt: Pages 2-22, 2-23, 2-29, 2-30, 2-31, 2-45, 2-46, and 2-47 only.
Contents: 2.7 C. Culverts -- 2.7 D. Manholes -- 2.7 E. Subdrains (in part?) -- 2.7 K. Fish passage criteria -- 2.7 L. Maintenance Considerations -- Section 2.8. Drainage Criteria for Streets -- 2.8 A. Curbs and gutters -- 2.8 B. Ditches -- 2.8 C. Storm drains inlets (in part?) -- Section 2.14. Erosion and sediment control -- 2.14 A. Objectives -- Section 2.15. Stream restoration -- 2.15 A. Hydrology -- 2.15 B. Stream channel alignment -- 2.15 C. Erosion control and bank protection -- 2.15 D. Stream channels -- 2.15 E. Riparian habitat enhancement and floodplain construction -- 2.15 F. Revegetation
|Arctic Hydrologic Consultants||Discharge velocities in culverts that ensure passage of arctic grayling (Thymallus arcticus).|
Fairbanks, Alaska : Arctic Hydrologic Consultants, 
|Ashton, William S., et al.||Determination of seasonal, frequency and durational aspects of streamflow with regard to fish passage through roadway drainage structures : final report / by William S. Ashton and Robert F. Carlson.|
Fairbanks, Alaska : State of Alaska, Dept. of Transportation and Public Facilities, Division of Planning and Programming, Research Section, 
(Report ; no. AK-RD-85-06)
|Behlke, Charles E.||Hydraulic relationships between swimming fish and water flowing in culverts.|
Originally published in: Cold regions environmental engineering : proceedings of the second international conference : Edmonton, Alberta, 23-24 March, 1987.
|Behlke, Charles E., et al.||Economic culvert design using fish swimming energy and power capabilities / Charles E. Behlke, Douglas L. Kane, Robert F. McLean, Michael D. Travis..|
|Behlke, Charles E., et al.||Fundamentals of culvert design for passage of weak-swimming fish : final report / Charles E. Behlke, Douglas L. Kane, Robert F. McLean, and Michael D. Travis.|
Fairbanks, AK : Alaska Dept. of Transportation and Public Facilities, 
Includes diskette in pocket. Contents are not made avaible here.
|Behlke, Charles E.||Power and energy implications of passage structures for fish.|
Originally published in: Fisheries Bioengineering Symposium.
|Behlke, Charles E., et al.||Spawning migration of arctic grayling through Poplar Grove Creek culvert, Glennallen, Alaska, 1986 / by Charles E. Behlke and Douglas L. Kane, Robert F. McLean, James B. Reynolds, Michael D. Travis.|
[Fairbanks] : Alaska Dept. of Transportation and Public Facilities, Division of Planning and Programming, 
"Report no. FHWA-AK-RD-88-09."
|Bryant, M. D., et al.||Seasonal movement of Dolly Varden and cutthroat trout
with respect to stream discharge in a second-order stream
in Southeast Alaska / M.D. Bryant, M.D. Lukey, J.P. McDonell, R.A. Gubernick, and R.S. Aho.|
American Fisheries Society, 2009.
Article from: North American journal of fisheries management (29) p. 1728-1742
|Carlson, Robert F.||Seasonal, frequency and durational aspects of streamflow in southeast and coastal Alaska : final report .|
Fairbanks, AK : Alaska Dept. of Transportation and Public Facilities, Research Section, 
|Curran, Janet H., et al.||Estimating the magnitude and frequency of peak streamflows for ungaged sites on streams in Alaska and conterminous basins in Canada / by Janet H. Curran, David F. Meyer, and Gary D. Tasker.|
Anchorage, Alaska : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey ; Denver, CO : U.S. Geological Survey, Information Services [distributor], 2003.
(Water-resources investigations report ; 03-4188)
|Davis, Jeffrey C., et al.||Restoration evaluation, fish passage : final report / Jeffrey C. Davis and Gay A. Davis.|
Talkeetna, Alaska : ARRI, Aquatic Restoration & Research Institute, 
|Davis, Jeffrey C., et al.||The influence of stream crossing structures on the distribution of rearing juvenile Pacific salmon / Jeffrey C. Davis and Gay A. Davis.|
Talkeetna, Alaska : ARRI, Aquatic Restoration & Research Institute, 
|G.N. McDonald & Associates.||Stream crossing design procedure for fish streams on the North Slope coastal plain of Alaska / prepared by G.N. McDonald & Associates.|
Anchorage, Alaska : G.N. McDonald & Associates, 
|International Conference on Ecology and Transportation (2003 : Lake Placid, N.Y.)||International Conference on Ecology & Transportation : ICOET, making connections : 2003 proceedings : August 24-29, 2003, Lake Placid, New York. Chapter 2, Aquatic ecosystems : fish passage and protection.|
Raleigh, NC : Center for Transportation and the Environment, North Carolina State University, 2003.
This chapter contains six full articles plus two one-page abstracts:
|Kane, Douglas L., et al.||A hydraulic evaluation of fish passage through roadway culverts in Alaska : final report / by Douglas L. Kane and Paula M. Wellen.|
Fairbanks : State of Alaska, Dept. of Transportation and Public Facilities, Division of Planning and Programming, Research Section, 
"Report no. FHWA-AK-RD-85-24."
|Kane, Douglas L., et al.||Hydrology, hydraulics and fish passage performance of arctic grayling (Thymallus arcticus) at Fish Creek, Denali Highway near Cantwell, Alaska / Douglas L. Kane, Charles E. Behlke, Daniel L. Basketfield, Robert E. Gieck, Robert F. McLean, and Michael D. Travis.|
Fairbanks, AK : Water Research Center, Institute of Northern Engineering, University of Alaska, 1989.
"Report No. FHWA-AK-89-03."
|Kane, Douglas L., et al.||Juvenile fish passage through culverts in Alaska : a field study : a final report / by Douglas L. Kane, Charles E. Belke, Robert E. Gieck, and Robert F. McLean.|
[Fairbanks, Alaska] : Water and Environmental Research Center, 
"Report number INE/WERC 00.05."
|Karle, Kenneth F.||Analysis of an efficient fish barrier assessment protocol for highway culverts.|
[Fairbanks] :Alaska Dept. of Transportation & Public Facilities, Research & Technology Transfer, 
|Lamke, R. D.||Flood characteristics of Alaskan streams.|
Anchorage, Alaska : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, Geological Survey, 1979.
(Water-resources investigations ; 78-129)
|MacPhee, Craig.||Swimming performance of arctic grayling in highway culverts : final report to U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Anchorage, Alaska on contract no. 14-16-001-5207, dated September 1, 1972, project period, September 1, 1972 to June 30, 1976.|
Moscow : University of Idaho, Forest, Wildlife and Range Experiment Station, 1976.
(Bulletin ; no. 13)
|Morris, William A., et al.||Evaluation of stream crossing structures for providing fish passage in a tundra stream : fish sampling of Fawn Creek, Prudhoe Bay, Alaska, 2004 / prepared by William Morris & Jack Winters.|
[Alaska] : Alaska Dept. of Natural Resources, Office of Habitat Management and Permitting, 
(Technical report ; no. 04-05)
|Tack, Stephen L., et al.||Performance of arctic grayling in a twenty foot section of model "A" Alaska Steeppass fish ladder : final report to the Army Corps of Engineers Alaska Division / by Stephen L. Tack and Jack G. Fisher.|
[Alaska : Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game : National Marine Fisheries Service, 1977]
|Tilsworth, T., et al.||Fish passage through Poplar Grove Creek : final report / by T. Tilsworth and Michael D. Travis.|
Fairbanks, AK : State of Alaska, Dept. of Transportation and Public Facilities, Research Section, 
"Report no. FHWA-AK-RD-87-15."
|United States. Forest Service. Alaska Region.||A summary of technical considerations to minimize the blockage of fish at culverts on the national forests of Alaska.|
"(A supplement to the Alaska Regionís June 2, 2002 briefing paper titled Fish Passage on Alaskaís National Forests)"
September 7, 2002.
|Wiley, Jeffrey B., et al.||Estimating annual high-flow statistics and monthly and seasonal low-flow statistics for ungaged sites on streams in Alaska and conterminous basins in Canada / by Jeffrey B. Wiley and Janet H. Curran.|
Anchorage, Alaska : U.S. Dept. of the Interior, U.S. Geological Survey ; Denver, CO : U.S. Geological Survey [distributor], 2003.
(Water-resources investigations report ; 03-4114)
|Ziemer, Gill L., et al.||Analysis of salmon capabilities in steep fish ladders / by Gil L. Ziemer and Charles E. Behlke.|
[College, Alaska] : University of Alaska, Institute of Water Resources, [196-?]
"Reprint from Proceedings of the Second Annual American Water Resources Conference, sponsored by American Water Resources Association at the University of Chicago, November 20-22, 1966."