Personnel: Sandstrom

 




Phil Sandstrom

Position: Doctoral Student Researcher

Campus Address:
Department of Wildlife, Fish, & Conservation Biology
University of California, Davis
One Shields Avenue
Davis, CA 95616

Phone: (530) 752-5830

Email: email contact for Phil Sandstrom

Degrees:

Present: University of California, Davis - Doctoral Student, Graduate Group in Ecology

2004: University of South Carolina - B.S. Marine Science

Research Interests:

My research interests are primarily centered on movements, migratory patterns, habitat interactions and behaviors of fish.  I am also keenly interested in relating this data to the population dynamics of the species for modeling purposes.

Posters and Presentations:

Sandstrom, P.T., A. J.Ammann, E. D. Chapman, A. P. Klimley, R. B. MacFarlane, S. Lindley and C. J. Michel. 2008. Fine-Scale Movement and Depth Distribution of Juvenile Steelhead Trout in the Sacramento River and San Francisco Bay Estuary. Oral Presentation. Auckland, New Zealand. Advances in Fish tagging and Marking Technology.

Sandstrom P. T., A. J. Ammann, A. P. Klimley, R. B. MacFarlane, S. Lindley, E. D. Chapman, C. J. Michel and T. E. Pearson. 2007. Fine-scale movement and depth distribution of steelhead in the Sacramento River and San Francisco Bay. Oral Presentation. San Francisco, CA. American Fisheries Society 137th Annual Meeting. Thinking Downstream and Downcurrent: Addressing Uncertainty and Unintended Consequences in Fish and Fisheries.

Sandstrom, P. T., A. J. Ammann, L. L. Schlipp, A. P. Klimley and R. B. MacFarlane. 2006. The range of detection of coded ultrasonic tags by automated monitors in the Sacramento/San Joaquin Watershed. Poster. Sacramento, CA. 4th Biennial CALFED Bay-Delta Program Science Conference.

Ammann, A. J., P. T. Sandstrom, E. D. Chapman, C. Michel, A. P. Klimley, R. B. MacFarlane and S. Lindley. 2007. The performance of V7, V9, and V16 transmitters and VR2 receivers under varying environmental conditions. Poster. Oakland, CA. A Greener Shade of Blue: 8th Biennial State of the San Francisco Estuary Conference.

Chapman E. D.,  P. T. Sandstrom, Ammann, A. J.,  C. Michel, A. P. Klimley, R. B. MacFarlane and S. Lindley. Diel migrations of salmon smolts in the Sacramento River, Delta, and San Francisco Bay Estuary. 2007. Poster. Oakland, CA. A Greener Shade of Blue: 8th Biennial State of the San Francisco Estuary Conference.

MacFarlane, R. B., A. P. Klimley,  Ammann, A. J.,  P. T. Sandstrom, S. Lindley and E. D. Chapman. 2007. Survival and migratory patterns of Central Valley juvenile salmonids: Overview. Poster. Oakland, CA. A Greener Shade of Blue: 8th Biennial State of the San Francisco Estuary Conference.

Michel, C. J., A. J. Ammann, S. Lindley, P. T. Sandstrom, E. D. Chapman, A. P. Klimley and R. B. MacFarlane. 2007. Acoustically monitored movement patterns of juvenile chinook salmon (Oncorhynchus tschawytscha) from the Sacramento River Watershed during a low flow year. Poster. A Greener Shade of Blue: 8th Biennial State of the San Francisco Estuary Conference.

MacFarlane, R.B., A. P. Klimley, S. Lindley, A. J. Ammann, P. T. Sandstrom, C. J. Michel, and E. D. Chapman. 2008. Migration and Survival of Juvenile Salmonids in California’s Central Valley and San Francisco Estuary. Oral Presentation. Auckland, New Zealand. Advances in Fish tagging and Marking Technology.

MacFarlane, R. B., A. P. Klimley, S. Lindley, A. J. Ammann, P. T. Sandstrom, E. D. Chapman, C. J. Michel and T. E. Pearson. 2007. Juvenile salmonid movement patterns and survival in the Sacramento River and San Francisco Bay from acoustic tagging. Oral Presentation.  SanFrancisco, CA.  American Fisheries Society 137th Annual Meeting. Thinking Downstream and Downcurrent: Addressing Uncertainty and Unintended Consequences in Fish and Fisheries.


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