Developer – Simple Networked Information System.

Portland OR This information system approach was developed by Keith Wolf to support research, monitoring and evaluation data management and dissemination throughout the five-state Columbia River Basin. Synchronizing collaboration and communication with product dissemination & optimized organizations was the goal. This provided the precursor framework to the Monitoring program now used throughout the Columbia […]

In-Season Implementation Tool (ISIT),

Omak, WA. While developing and managing over two hundred scientific monitoring and research activities each year, Keith also coordinated all analytical activities for the Annual Program Review (APR). This technical and policy-based symposium included over seventy participants over a four-day period each spring since 2011. ​ Preparation required five months of data and statistical analysis, […]

Ecosystem Diagnosis and Treatment Model (EDT) – Pacific Northwest

The Ecosystem Diagnosis and Treatment (EDT) model is a web-based analysis tool being used to build working hypotheses to direct habitat restoration and protection activities in most Pacific Northwest salmon watersheds. Keith Wolf has been involved with development and versioning for this model since 1996 and used this model extensively for federal ESA Recovery and […]

The All-H Analyzer (AHA) Project – Omak, WA

As the Project and Program Leader for the Colville Tribes, Keith Wolf worked with the Northwest Power and Conservation Council and its Advisory Group members and served as the primary analyst for the Okanogan River Basin. The All‐H Analyzer (AHA) tool is a Microsoft Excel‐based application and consists of a battery of interconnected modules for […]

The Chief Joseph Dam Hatchery Project – Okanogan, WA

The Chief Joseph Hatchery (CJH) is the fourth hatchery obligated under the Grand Coulee Dam/Dry Falls project, originating in the 1940s. Planning of the Chief Joseph hatchery began in 2001, and it received its first broodstock in 2013. Dr. Wolf was a founding steering committee member and served as the lead for development of the […]

The Yakima Klickitat Fisheries Project – Yakima, Washington

Keith served as the State of Washington’s policy leader for the planning, design and construction of the Cle Elum hatchery complex and the design of the research, monitoring and evaluation program.​ The YKFP, in whole, is a large, multi-agency fish restoration, supplementation production and evaluation program that involved significant capital investment in salmon rearing and […]

Fish Use and Habitat Mapping – City of Renton

Renton, Washington. Staff under Keith Wolf’s direction prepared an inventory of existing and potential fish use in the City’s water bodies for use in responding to Endangered Species Act requirements. The City requested development of a fish use and habitat inventory report based upon existing information. ​ This project covered water resources and adjacent habitat […]

Spawning Gravel Mitigation Study – City of Renton. Renton, Washington

Staff under the direction of Keith Wolf assisted in conducting a baseline habitat and sensitive area impact assessment on the Cedar River below the Landsburg Diversion Dam. The study incorporated stream channel mapping and spawning habitat assessment as well as sediment and substrate transport estimation and measurement. Floodplain gravel recruitment and a zero-rise floodplain analysis […]

Headquarters Stream Restoration. United States Fish and Wildlife Service- South Bend, Washington

Keith Wolf provided grant writing, design, engineering and construction support to the USFWS that included the removal of upstream barriers, appropriation of LWD enhancing/restoring spawning areas and gravels, establishing an off-channel rearing site, and geomorphologic installation of pools, riffles and cascades. Additionally, the project established an enhanced wetland area and captured ground water to provide […]