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Controls of stream chemistry and fish populations in the Neversink watershed, Catskill Mountains, New York

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Lawrence, G.B., Burns, D.A., Baldigo, B.P., Murdoch, P.S., and Lovett, G.M., 2001, Controls of stream chemistry and fish populations in the Neversink watershed, Catskill Mountains, New York: U.S. Geological Survey Water-Resources Investigations Report 2000–4040, 15 p., https://pubs.er.usgs.gov/publication/wri004040.

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The Neversink Watershed Study was initiated in 1991 to develop an understanding of the key natural processes that control water quality within the forested, 166 km 2 (64 mi 2), Neversink River watershed; part of the New York City drinking water supply system, in the Catskill Mountain region of New York. The study entailed (1) hydrological investigations of water movement from the atmosphere to streams, (2) biogeochemical investigations of nitrogen and calcium, important nutrients in forest and aquatic ecosystems whose availability has been altered by acidic deposition, (3) an investigation of elevational patterns in atmospheric deposition, and (4) fisheries investigations to determine the relative importance of physical habitat and [...]

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tableOfContents<ul><li>Introduction</li><li>Hydrology</li><li>Nitrogen Transformations and Movement</li><li>Atmospheric Deposition</li><li>Fisheries Assessments</li><li>Significant Findings</li><li>Management Implications</li><li>References Cited</li></ul>
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