Proposal 200301200: Shillapoo Wildlife Area
4. Past accomplishments
7. Work elements
Organization: Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife
The Shillapoo Wildlife Area's principal purpose is to provide high quality habitat for migrating and wintering sandhill cranes, waterfowl and several other key species as mitigation for losses associated with Bonneville, John Day and The Dalles dams.
|Joe Deherrera||BPA COTRemail@example.com|
|Paul Dahmer||Administrative Contact||WDFW
600 Capitol Way N.
Olympia, WA 98501-1091
|Brian M. Calkins||Form Submitter||Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife
2108 Grand Blvd.
Vancouver WA 98661
|Nathan Pamplin||Reviewer||Washington Department of Fish & Wildlife
|Sandra Jonker||Supervisor||Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife
2108 Grand Blvd.
Vancouver, WA 98661
|Daren Hauswald||Interested Party||Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife
2108 Grand Blvd.
Vancouver, WA 98661
Section 2. Location
Province: Lower Columbia Subbasin: Columbia Lower
|Lat/long||Location desc||Waterbody (lake or stream)||County/State||Subbasin||Resolution||Primary?|
|45.6612, -122.7166||Approximate center of Shillapoo Wildlife Area's Vancouver Lake Unit.||[none]||Clark||Columbia Lower||area||Yes|
|45.6934, -122.7514||Approximate center of Shillapoo Wildlife Area's South Unit.||[none]||Clark||Columbia Lower||area||Yes|
|45.7199, -122.7413||Approximate center of Shillapoo Wildlife Area's North Unit.||[none]||Clark||Columbia Lower||area||Yes|
Section 3. Species
Primary: Wildlife: All Wildlife
Additional species: Sandhill crane, Canada geese, Dabbling duck (mallard), Yellow warbler, Mink, Diving ducks, Black capped chickadee, Great blue heron, Western meadowlark
Section 4. Past accomplishments
|1991||Interim Management Plan completed. Purchased three properties (1,042 acres) including the southern end of the Shillapoo Lakebed.|
|1992||Site managed by regional office staff.|
|1993||First wildlife area manager for the site hired.|
|1994||Purchased 60-acre parcel in the center of the Shillapoo Lakebed (state and Ducks Unlimited funds). Initial planting of 5-acre oak habitat plot.|
|1995||Completed HEP study and report. Ducks Unlimited receives NAWCA grant that includes funding for wetland enhancements on the South and Vancouver Lake Units.|
|1996||Major flood event put the entire wildlife area underwater. Much of this year spent on subsequent repairs and cleanup. Substantial and positive short-term vegetative changes noted in wetland areas atributed to the extended inundation.|
|1997||Bonneville Power begins funding basic O&M activities for the Shillapoo Wildlife Area. Cultural Resource survey completed by BOAS inc.|
|1998||Purchased 612 acres including the north end of Shillapoo Lakebed (39% state and 61% BPA funds). USACOE completes analysis pertinent to hydrology of Shillapoo Lakebed. DU receives NAWCA and WRP grants for 150 acre wetland project in Shillapoo Lakebed.|
|1999||DU completed construction of features to manage over 200 acres of wetland basins on the North and Vancouver Lake units. Columbia Land Trust receives NAWCA grant including funds to enhance 80 acre wetland basin in the North unit.|
|2000||Limitations of pump station built in '99 became evident.|
|2001||Purchased 210 acres including the east-central portion of the Shillapoo Lakebed.|
|2002||Project went through provincial review process. A substantial amount of old flood debris was encounterd and removed from the newest properties during pasture mowing. Bio control for purple loosestife released on Vancouver Lake Unit.|
|2003||Old fencing removed at several locations. Marked volunteer trees along Lake River to avoid mowing them, thus reducing future planting costs. Positive vegetative changes noted in some managed wetlands. Continued applying for permits fo wetland projects.|
|2004||Water supply for Vancouver Lake Unit Wetlands completed. Wetland project at the south end of Shillapoo lakebed was partially completed. Design and permits will have to be modified to accommodate an existing easement in order to complete.|
|2005||Design for remaining Shillapoo lake enhancement and North basin enhancement completed by USACOE and Ducks Unlimited. Oak habitat plantings (10 acres). All significant waterfowl pasture forage sites mowed and in a usable condition.|
|2006||An assistant manager was hired. A revised management plan was completed. Disking was used for the first time as a tool to manage reed canary grass in wetlands. Substantial progress made in removal of several large Himalayan Blackberry thickets.|
|2007||120 acre project completed reestablishing wetland hydrology in a portion of the Shillapoo Lakebed. Planting began at three new Riparian and Oak forest projects and planting at another Oak site was completed. 50 acres of waterfowl pasture was replanted.|
|2008||Funding level was reduced. Prevalence of herbaceous native plants in wetland basins increased as a result of management treatments and improved hydrology. Tree planting continued at three sites and was intiated at a fourth. Weeds continue to decrease.|
Section 5. Relationships to other projects
|Funding source||Project ID||Project Title||Relationship|
|BPA||199107800||Burlington Bottoms Wildlife Mitigation||Compliments wetland, riparian and upland management goals|
|BPA||199902500||Sandy River Delta Habitat||Complimentary wetland and riparian goals|
|BPA||200001600||Tualatin River National Wildli||Complimentary wetland habitat and species goals.|
|Other: USFWS||[no entry]||Ridgefield NWR||Very similar and complimentary goals and projects on a National Wildlife Refuge that is almost adjacent to the wildlife area.|
|Other: State (Oregon)||[no entry]||Sauvie Island Wildlife Area||Very similar and complimentary goals and projects on an Oregon State Wildlife Area that is directly across the Columbia River from the Shillapoo Wildlife Area.|
|Other: USFWS/USACOE||[no entry]||Steigerwald National Wildlife Refuge||Mitigation site for Bonneville Dam Second Powerhouse compliments wetland and wildlife objectives of the Shillapoo Wildlife Area|
|Other: Local Partners||Vancouver Lake Watershed Partnership||A locally based multi-partner effort to evaluate watershed issues tied to water quality in Vancouver Lake.|
|Other: Habitat Bank, LLC||Columbia River Wetland Mitigation Bank||Protection, enhancement and long-term maintenance of a large wetland area adjacent to the wildlife area's Vancouver Lake Unit.|
Section 6. Objectives
|Objective title||Description||Relevant subbasin plan||Relevant strategy(ies)||Page number(s)|
|1. Improve waterfowl and wetland habitat||Improve and protect wintering waterfowl habitat, with an emphasis on wetland restoration and management, throughout the Shillapoo Wildlife Area.||Lower Columbia||Strategy 1,2 and 4 (Reduce hydrosystem effects, protect and restore habitat and slow introduction of non-native species.||Supplement p2-1|
|2. Restore native habitat||Maintain, improve, and restore desired habitats in specific areas including herbaseous, scrub shrub and forested wetlands, riparian forest, oak and grass/shrub habitat for multiple species benefits.||Lower Columbia||Strategy 2 & 4 (Protect and restore habitat, and slow introductions of non-native species.)||Supplement p2-1|
|3. Control Weeds||Reduce the levels of noxious weeds and other undesireable plants that threaten or limit habitat quality.||Lower Columbia||Strategy 4 (Slow introductions of non-native species)||Supplement p2-1|
|4. Manage public use||Manage appropriate public use and recreation in a manner which minimizes impacts to wildlife habitat and other sensitive resources.||Lower Columbia||Strategy 2 (Protect and restore habitat)||Supplement p2-1|
Section 7. Work elements
|Work element name||Work element title||Objective(s)||Start date||End date||Estimated budget>||Sponsor performs work?|
|Remove vegetation||Moist Soil Management||10/1/2009||9/30/2012||60,000||Yes|
Description: Mechanical control of reed canary grass to facilitate re-establishment of beneficial wetland plants. Tillage equipment is used to break up canary grass rhizome mats to expose, dry and kill them while at the same time releasing the native seed bank in the soil. Success varies annually and from site to site based on weather and soil moisture conditions.
Repeat treatments will be necessary to maintain desirable plants on a 3-5 year schedule which will vary by individual site conditions including hydro-period, water depth and topography.
|Improve Road||Improve Interior Roads and Travel Routes In Support of Other Activities.||10/1/2009||9/30/2012||18,000||Yes|
Description: Brush/debris cleared, gravel placed only in problem areas along up to eight miles of "travel routes." Despite the work element title, the intent is not to develop formal roads throughout the wildlife area but rather to facilitate efficient travel both on foot and vehicle to work locations.
|Produce (Annual) Progress Report||Prepare and Submit Annual Progress Report.||10/1/2009||9/30/2012||8,000||Yes|
|Description: The progress report summarizes the project goal, objectives, hypotheses, completed and uncompleted deliverables, problems encountered, lessons learned, and long-term planning. Examples of long-term planning include future improvements, new directions, or level of effort for contract implementation, including any ramping up or ramping down of contract components or of the project as a whole. .|
|Produce Pisces Status Report||Periodic Status Reports in BPA's Pisces System||10/1/2009||9/30/2012||5,000||Yes|
|Description: Report on the status of milestones and deliverables in Pisces. Reports are completed quarterly. For complete milestones metrics and the final location (latitude and longitude) are entered as well.|
|Install Fence||North Basin Fence||1. Improve waterfowl and wetland habitat<br>2. Restore native habitat||10/1/2009||9/30/2012||30,000||Yes|
Description: Install approximately .75 miles of barbed or smooth wire fence to enhance pasture management and provide for effective future wetland management. Fences will be installed by hand by WDFW employees or contractors which may include inmate labor or WCC Crews.
|Install Fence||Lake River Riparian Fence||1. Improve waterfowl and wetland habitat<br>2. Restore native habitat||10/1/2009||9/30/2010||35,000||Yes|
Description: Install approximately 1.75 miles of riparian fence along Lake River to provide protection for woody vegetation and bank stability. Fences will be installed by hand by WDFW employees or contractors which may include inmate labor or WCC Crews.
|Create, Restore, and/or Enhance Wetland||Shillapoo Lake North Unit Impoundments||1. Improve waterfowl and wetland habitat<br>2. Restore native habitat<br>3. Control Weeds||10/1/2009||9/30/2012||37,000||Yes|
Description: Install levees, control structures and one pump station to create and provide management capability for two wetland impoundments totalling approximately 470 acres on the North Unit within the Shillapoo Lakebed.
This is a partnership with the USACOE and Lower Columbia Ports. The permitting phase took longer than anticipated and is wrapping up. Construction may take more than one year.
|Remove vegetation||Control Noxious Weeds and Other Undesireable Plants||1. Improve waterfowl and wetland habitat<br>2. Restore native habitat<br>3. Control Weeds||10/1/2009||9/30/2012||59,000||Yes|
Description: On an annual basis implement control measures on the following weeds as indicated.
Himalayan blackberry: Mow, cut or spray 500 linear feet and a minimum of 50 acres.
Canada thistle: Spray or mow 200 acre minimum area.
Poison Hemlock: Spray all major stands within the wildlife area.
Purple Loosestrife: Monitor, cut, pull and/or spot spray in an estimated 200 acres.
Monitor for and control other weeds and vegetation as needed or required. New species of invasive plants detected in the last three years included English ivy, water speedwell, slender flower thistle and meadow knapweed.
|Operate and Maintain Habitat/Passage/Structure||Operate and Maintain Wetland Management Facilities (Including Pumps)||1. Improve waterfowl and wetland habitat<br>2. Restore native habitat<br>3. Control Weeds||10/1/2009||9/30/2012||98,000||Yes|
|Description: Water delivered and managed within wetland basins. The success of this activity is somewhat dependent upon annual variation in climate and Columbia River levels. Desired result is wetland hydrology that favors beneficial wetland plants and limits undesirable plants such as Reed Canary Grass. Each structure is cleared and boards replaced or other repairs made as needed each summer. Active structures (those holding water) are inspected at least weekly throughout the fall, winter and spring. Water levels are recorded and water temperatures measured at selected sites.|
|Collect/Generate/Validate Field and Lab Data||Habitat Monitoring and Photo-point Documentation||1. Improve waterfowl and wetland habitat<br>2. Restore native habitat<br>3. Control Weeds||10/1/2009||9/30/2012||28,100||Yes|
Description: Sample/monitor project habitat conditions particularly wetland habitats that are being manipulated to achieve habitat objectives. Monitoring of general habitat conditions, and continued development of a photo-monitoring program to illustrate vegetative trends and management results.
Wetland vegetation will be sampled within circular plots along three transects radiating from a single point in each wetland basin. Sampling interval will vary depending on wetland size. Percent cover of desirable vs. non-desirable vegetation will be estimated and dominant plant species in each plot will be recorded. This will be used to determine the effectiveness of our moist soil management efforts intended to replace reed canary grass monoculture stands with more diverse and desirable plant communities.
We continue to make progress on establishing permanent photo points throughout the wildlife area. We intend to have at least one point associated with each wetland management basin, pasture and tree/shrub planting. The point from which the photo is taken is recorded in UTM format and is marked where possible. The center target for each photo is also described. These are stored in digital format.
This work element includes a component that would standardize habitat and wildlife response M&E efforts on all WDFW mitigation projects. Collect habitat and wildlife data on mitigation projects including response of key indicator species to previous enhancement and O&M activities. Data collected will be used to assess effects of habitat maintenance, weed control and enhancement efforts on focal species. Analysis of data will guide adaptive management strategies implemented on wildlife area.
|Analyze/Interpret Data||Compile and Summarize Wetland Plant Community Data.||1. Improve waterfowl and wetland habitat<br>2. Restore native habitat<br>3. Control Weeds||10/1/2009||9/30/2012||18,700||Yes|
Description: Organize information for each wetland basin that tracks treatments, hydrology, plant stand information and trends over time. This information will ultimately be used to make decisions on future wetland treatments to effect the most favorable changes in project wetland habitats.
At this time data will simply be used to generate an estimated desirable plant cover estimate for each wetland basin by year on a timeline associated with wetland treatments and water depth, and potentially other variables and will eventually be used to develop the future schedule for repeat treatments, the need for adaptive management, and specific vegetative goals for each basin.
After several years of monitoring this information may prove useful to other wetland managers in Western Washington and Oregon.
|Create, Restore, and/or Enhance Wetland||"North Basin" wetland impoundment.||1. Improve waterfowl and wetland habitat<br>2. Restore native habitat<br>3. Control Weeds||10/1/2010||9/30/2012||8,000||Yes|
Description: Install two ditch plugs to reestablish wetland hydrology to a 60 acre wetland basin in the North Unit. This project is planned as a partnership with Ducks Unlimited.
|Produce Plan||Management Plan Update||1. Improve waterfowl and wetland habitat<br>2. Restore native habitat<br>3. Control Weeds<br>4. Manage public use||10/1/2009||9/30/2012||10,000||Yes|
|Description: Review and modify management plan as needed on an annual basis. Includes evaluating progress, changing conditions, new information and seeking stakeholder group input.|
|Remove Debris||Remove Debris, Litter and Other Materials as Required||1. Improve waterfowl and wetland habitat<br>2. Restore native habitat<br>3. Control Weeds<br>4. Manage public use||10/1/2009||9/30/2012||9,000||Yes|
|Description: Removal of items left/abandoned by previous owners as appropriate; Removal of debris from management operations; Removal of storm debris and litter as required.|
|Provide Access and Public Information||Monitor and Manage Public and Other Uses||1. Improve waterfowl and wetland habitat<br>2. Restore native habitat<br>3. Control Weeds<br>4. Manage public use||10/1/2009||9/30/2012||9,000||Yes|
|Description: Access points, vehicle barriers and use monitored, signs and notices posted as needed, map and other appropriate information developed and distributed. Special use requests evaluated and addressed.|
|Description: Construction of this building was anticipated in FY 08 however an unanticipated permitting requirement increased the total cost, creating the need for additional funding. This is a cost shared item.|
|Manage and Administer Projects||Conduct Administrative Activities to Operate, Enhance and Maintain the Shillapoo Wildlife Area||10/1/2009||9/30/2012||65,156||Yes|
|Description: Coordinated and responsive actions consistent with wildlife area management/ mitigation goals and objectives, improved employee performance, and compliance with pesticide application licensing requirements. This element includes: addressing personnel issues, learning new management techniques, interacting with and answering information requests from the public, WDFW, and BPA, tracking expenditures, providing material control, seeking additional funding sources, developing and monitoring agriculture and grazing leases, maintaining pesticide applicator licenses/training requirements, assisting with other BPA mitigation projects, and responding to and/or addressing local concerns and unforeseen opportunities and issues.|
|Operate and Maintain Habitat/Passage/Structure||Maintain, Repair or Replace Existing Fences as needed for Management Purposes.||1. Improve waterfowl and wetland habitat<br>2. Restore native habitat<br>4. Manage public use||10/1/2009||9/30/2012||35,000||Yes|
|Description: Maintenance of all fences needed for current or future management including replacement if necessary.|
|Maintain Vegetation||Rehabilitate or Overseed Pasture||1. Improve waterfowl and wetland habitat<br>3. Control Weeds||10/1/2009||9/30/2012||56,000||Yes|
|Description: Rehabilitate 50 acres of upland pasture annually. May include broadcasting grass legume mix over existing stands or full rehabilitation including spraying, disking and seeding with a standard farm drill to maintain or improve pasture conditions for Canada Geese.|
|Maintain Vegetation||Goose Forage Management||1. Improve waterfowl and wetland habitat<br>3. Control Weeds||10/1/2009||9/30/2012||95,000||Yes|
|Description: Mow pastures or reed canary grass to reduce height and facilitate regrowth and a condition reflecting optimum habitat value. This occurs primarily in areas that are not included in grazing leases where the lessee is required to do this work. May also include harrowing, liming or fertilizing pastures and planting of cover crops if required to produce best conditions and/or funding is available for materials.|
|Produce Environmental Compliance Documentation||Cultural resource surveys and other consultation||2. Restore native habitat||10/1/2009||9/30/2012||10,000||Yes|
Description: Includes time involved by WDFW stafft to coordinate with BPA environmental compliance staff on archaeological, ESA and other reviews annually.
|Install Fence||"Old Slough" Fence||2. Restore native habitat||10/1/2009||9/30/2010||18,000||Yes|
Description: Install approximately .75 miles of riparian fence along the old slough channel near the middle of the Shillapoo Lakebed to facilitate the future reestablishment of native woody vegetation.
|Plant Vegetation||Oak Habitat (North Unit Old Ag Site)||2. Restore native habitat||10/1/2009||9/30/2012||40,000||Yes|
Description: Oak habitat planting within a 26 acre abandoned agricultural field near Lake River within the North Unit. Planting began in FY 08 but will need to continue until desired density is achieved.
|Plant Vegetation||South Unit Old Rookery Site||2. Restore native habitat||10/1/2009||9/30/2012||5,000||Yes|
Description: Reestablish cottonwood trees in portions of an area of about 40 acres in the South Unit, as needed, to restore and maintain heron nesting habitat. A density is not specified for this planting. The goal is to fill in holes in the overstory to replace trees in the stand that had died which is believed to be a possible reason for abandonment of this rookery. Planting has occurred over a three year period, however some level of follow up planting is likely to be needed to assure success. The rationale behind rehabilitating this site is to provide it as an alternative nest location for herons when/if sites they are currently using are abandoned.
|Plant Vegetation||Lake River Riparian Zone||2. Restore native habitat||10/1/2009||9/30/2012||37,000||Yes|
Description: Establish trees and shrubs within an area of about 20 acres along the western shore of Lake River. Desired final planting density is approximately 10X10 with a 90% survival rate. This is an ongoing effort.
|Plant Vegetation||Buckmire Slough Riparian Zone||2. Restore native habitat||9/1/2009||10/30/2012||19,000||Yes|
Description: Reestablish trees and shrubs in portions of an 80 acre riparian zone along Buckmire Slough in the South Unit. Planting density will be variable as this enhancement is intended to supplement existing trees and shrubs within a stand that has been severely impacted by past disturbance and invasive species (Himalayan Blackberry). Planting has begun but is scheduled to continue for several years as progress is made in removing exotics.
|Plant Vegetation||Old Slough Riparian Planting||2. Restore native habitat||9/1/2010||10/30/2012||10,000||Yes|
Description: Establish trees and shrubs in approximately 5 acres along a narrow slough channel near the center of the Shillapoo Lakebed.
|Develop Terrestrial Habitat Features||Snag Management||2. Restore native habitat||9/1/2010||10/30/2012||6,000||Yes|
Description: Monitor snag densities within forested areas and create snags as needed to meet biological objectives. Objective is 2 snags per acre that are greater than 4 inches in diameter.
Where adequate numbers of trees are not present, consider the use of nestboxes in lieu of snags to provide nest sites.
|Maintain Vegetation||Maintain Planted Trees and Shrubs||2. Restore native habitat<br>3. Control Weeds||10/1/2009||9/30/2012||70,000||Yes|
|Description: Tree mats and tubes placed on trees and shrubs as necessary, watering and mowing between plants to reduce competition and improve plant growth and survival. May also include replacement of individual trees or shrubs if mortality levels exceeds acceptable levels.|
|Remove vegetation||Buckmire Slough Riparian Site Prep.||2. Restore native habitat<br>3. Control Weeds||10/1/2009||9/30/2012||37,000||Yes|
Description: Removal of Himalayan Blackberry and other undesirable brush (cutting and/or spraying) in an area where riparian type tree/shub planting is planned. Work has begun but needs to continue within an estimated 80 acres of riparian areas on the South Unit in preparation for future restoration. Planting will progress for several years as sites are cleared.
|work element budget total:||1,035,956|
Section 8. Budget
|Item||Note||FY 2010 cost ($)||FY 2011 cost ($)||FY 2012 cost ($)|
|Personnel||Includes Wildlife Area Manager (0.5 fte), Wildlife Area Assistant Manager (1.0 fte), Temporary technician(s) (0.5 fte)||101,004||103,529||106,117|
|Fringe Benefits||Benefit total employees noted above||30,936||31,709||32,502|
|Supplies||Includes seed, trees and shrubs, utilities, project supplies, materials, small tools, fuel, vehicle operation costs, purchased services and other routine costs.||92,934||95,257||97,638|
|Capital Equipment||Tractor implements (flail mower and plow), vehicle lease payments.||20,000||20,500||21,013|
|Other||Storage Building Construction. Cost shown represents a 50% cost share with State funding.||100,000|
|Overhead||Does not include overhead on capital items.||58,435||59,896||61,393|
|Itemized budget totals:||404,314||311,922||319,720|
|Type of funding source||Funding source or organization||Item or service provided||FY 2010 est value ($)||FY 2011 est value ($)||FY 2012 est value ($)||Cash or in-kind?||Status|
|state||Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife||Cost Share on Storage Building||100,000||Cash||Under Development|
|state||Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife||Estimated value of regional office space for Manager (50%) and Assistant Manager (100%)||5,300||5,300||5,300||In-Kind||Confirmed|
|state||Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife||Public Access Site Maintenance||2,768||2,837||2,908||In-Kind||Confirmed|
|state||Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife||Diking District Assessments||8,859||9,080||9,307||Cash||Confirmed|
|state||Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife||Security Services||7,600||8,200||8,800||Cash||Confirmed|
|state||Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife||DNR Forest Protection Assessment||172||177||181||Cash||Confirmed|
|state||Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife||State Migratory Bird Stamp funding support of waterfowl management and hunting activities||15,000||15,000||15,000||In-Kind||Confirmed|
|other||Clark Public Utilities||Estimated value of water delivered to Vancouver Lake Wetland units at no cost to the project.||5,000||5,000||5,000||In-Kind||Confirmed|
|non-profit||WA Waterfowl Assn/Vancouver Wildlife League/Others||Estimated value of volunteer services or other in-kind contributions (varies from year to year)||5,000||5,000||5,000||In-Kind||Under Development|
|local||Lower Columbia Ports through US Army COE||Shillapoo Lakebed wetland water management infrastructure||1,000,000||1,000,000||In-Kind||Confirmed|
|state||State and USFWS grant funds||Wildlife Area Habitat Conservation Planning||10,000||10,000||10,000||In-Kind||Confirmed|
|Cost share estimate totals:||1,159,699||1,060,594||61,496|
FY 2010-12 total cost share estimate: 2,281,789
Section 9. Project future
All years: add 2.5% inflation cost.
Likely project termination/end date: Ongoing
Long term operation and management of wildlife habitat mitigation projects is a necessary component of mitigating the long term operation of the Columbia River Hydroelectic System.
Secure high quality habitat that, along with other projects, mitigates the wildlife impacts of the Columbia River Hydroelectric System.
ISRP final recommendation: Meets Scientific criteria? Yes
from May 19, 2009 ISRP 2009-17 report
Sponsor response to ISRP preliminary review
|200301200 Shillapoo WA Response to ISRP Comments Dated March 26.doc|
ISRP preliminary recommendation: Meets scientific criteria? Response requested
from Mar 26, 2009 ISRP 2009-7 report