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Long Term Monitoring of Sub-Adult and Adult Large-Bodied Fishes in the San Juan River: 2008

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Dale W Ryden, Long Term Monitoring of Sub-Adult and Adult Large-Bodied Fishes in the San Juan River: 2008: .

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Research performed from 1991-1997 led to the initiation of several major management actions by the San Juan River Recovery Implementation Program (SJRIP) that are intended to have long-term positive impacts on the native fish community. These included development of flow recommendations for the reoperation of Navajo Reservoir, instituting the mechanical removal of nonnative fishes, modification or removal of three instream water diversion structures to provide fish passage and minimize entrainment, and augmentation efforts for both federally-listed endangered fish species (Colorado pikeminnow, Ptychocheilus lucius and razorback sucker, Xyrauchen texanus). To assess the effects of management actions over the duration of the SJRIP, a [...]

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Dale W Ryden

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