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Yolo Bypass Fish Monitoring Program (YBFMP)

What is the Yolo Bypass?

The Yolo Bypass is a 24,000 hectare floodplain in the California Central Valley that supports agriculture, as well as habitat for fish and birds through th emosaic of seasonal wetlands, riparian areas and upland Habitats...more about the Yolo Bypass

Yolo Bypass Fish Monitoring Program (YBFMP) collects long-term data on fish, invertebrates, chlorophyll, and water quality in the Yolo Bypass. The goal of the program is to better understand the life history of native fishes using the habitat, and the ecological role the floodplain plays in the larger San Francisco Estuary.

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Map of the Yolo Bypass floodplain and Yolo Bypass Fish Monitoring Program sampling sites
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Yolo Bypass Fish Monitoring Program Components

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