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Doug Demko

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FISHBIO

HQ Phone:  (209) 847-6300

Direct Phone: (530) ***-****direct phone

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FISHBIO

1617 S Yosemite Ave.

Oakdale, California,95361

United States

Company Description

FISHBIO is a fisheries and environmental consulting company with offices in Chico and Oakdale, California, and Vientiane, Laos. The group is dedicated to advancing the research, monitoring, and conservation of fishes around the world. To support global conserv...more

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Fisheries News | FISHBIO: Fisheries research, monitoring, and conservation

fishbio.com [cached]

"It's the same thing almost everywhere on the Pacific Coast," said Doug Demko of FishBIO, a consulting firm with offices in Oakdale and Chico.
Demko and other experts believe changing conditions, including warmer water temperatures in the northern Pacific Ocean, could be behind the apparent decline. Demko agrees that predation - striped and black bass feeding on baby salmon, also referred to as smolt - likely has been underrated as a problem. But he said he believes the conditions in the Pacific Ocean are the primary reason behind this season's so far paltry salmon numbers. "Ocean conditions are critical," he said.


New video highlights Stanislaus River salmon habitat restoration

fishbio.com [cached]

"We created this video with OID to increase public awareness of OID's leading role in managing Stanislaus River fishery resources," said Doug Demko, FISHBIO's president.
"People often are surprised that the water district contributes more to our scientific understanding of our local fishery than all the government regulatory agencies combined." Though it's too soon to see a dramatic rise in the salmon population, FISHBIO officials proudly point to the Honolulu Bar project as a successful restoration. They believe the professionally produced video and the attention it generates will help create momentum for other Central Valley efforts. "Balancing fishery and water resources is complicated," Demko said.


Salmon run in big trouble, fish counts show

fishbio.com [cached]

Last fall, Doug Demko of FishBIO, a consulting firm with offices in Oakdale and Chico, told The Bee that salmon numbers were in decline throughout the West.


Press Releases Archives - FISHBIO: Fisheries research, monitoring, and conservation

fishbio.com [cached]

Contacts: Doug Demko, FISHBIO president, (530) 828-3822 or dougdemko@fishbio.com | Erin Loury, FISHBIO communications director, (408) 205-7444 or erinloury@fishbio.com OAKDALE, Calif. - It's no secret that salmon need water, but just how much water brings them the most benefit and when is often a subject of debate.
August 15, 2016 Contacts: Doug Demko, FISHBIO president, (530) 828-3822 or dougdemko@fishbio.com | Erin Loury, FISHBIO communications director, (408) 205-7444 or erinloury@fishbio.com OAKDALE, Calif. - The once healthy population of rainbow trout living in the Stanislaus River declined precipitously during the California drought, according to survey results released today by the fisheries Read More...


California Water Policy & Crisis | Families Protecting the Valley Newsletter

familiesprotectingthevalley.com [cached]

According to the article below from the Modesto Bee, Doug Demko, co-owner of FishBio says he's of the opinion that a lot of the government people...just don't care" if you can prove the theory.


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