Take a look at the variety of projects CATT was involved in last year!
The Center for Aquatic Technology Transfer (CATT) is a science delivery program. CATT biologists and technicians are Southern Research Station (SRS) employees funded by the National Forest System (NFS). Guided by core values of communication, partnership, inclusion, accountability, and safety, we collaborate with the Forest Service science community and others to develop custom solutions for our project partners.
The CATT was created in 1995 in response to the growing need for research technologies to be applied directly to management challenges. The number of research personnel was, and still is, too small relative to the number of fisheries and aquatics resource managers to satisfy specific needs. Our mission is to increase the capacity of our partners through delivery of science-based support.
Full-time CATT personnel are stationed in Blacksburg, Virginia, and provide services throughout the United States.
Our focus is on aquatics related management challenges. Our flexible organizational structure allows us to rapidly develop and apply custom solutions to both short and long term projects. Past projects range from providing a field technician for an afternoon of fish sampling, to region-wide, multi-year efforts, including sampling design, personnel management, data analysis, and reporting.
For more information on the services we provide, you can view our marketing card.
- Southern pulpwood production, 2020
Winn, Matthew F.; Gray, James A.; Cooper, Jason A.; Bentley, James W.
- Diversity production relationships of fish communities in freshwater stream ecosystems
Myers, Bonnie J. E.; Dolloff, C. Andrew; Webster, Jackson R.; Nislow, Keith H.; Rypel, Andrew L.
- Timber products monitoring: unit of measure conversion factors for roundwood receiving facilities
Winn, Matthew F.; Royer, Larry A.; Bentley, James W.; Piva, Ronald J.; Morgan, Todd A.; Berg, Erik C.; Coulston, John W.
- Modeling wet headwater stream networks across multiple flow conditions in the Appalachian Highlands
Jensen, Carrie K.; McGuire, Kevin J.; Shao, Yang; Andrew Dolloff, C.
- Forestry best management practices relationships with aquatic and riparian fauna: A review
Warrington, Brooke M.; Aust, W. Michael; Barrett, Scott M.; Ford, W. Mark; Dolloff, C. Andrew; Schilling, Erik B.; Wigley, T. Bently; Bolding, M. Chad