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Adult and Juvenile Humpback Chub Monitoring for the Yampa River Population, 2003-2004

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Finney, Sam T, Adult and Juvenile Humpback Chub Monitoring for the Yampa River Population, 2003-2004: .

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The humpback chub (Gila cypha) is an endangered species native to the Colorado River Basin listed under the Endangered Species Act in 1967 (32 FR 4001). The ?Yampa? population of humpback chub includes individuals that may be found in Yampa, Lodore, Whirlpool, and Split Mountain canyons and is one of the smallest existing populations of humpback chub (USFWS 2002). The objectives of this study are to define the distribution, length frequency and abundance of the adult Yampa humpback chub population and numbers of juveniles in the Yampa humpback chub population. A two-year study began in 2003 that sampled adult humpback chub using trammel nets, boat electrofishing and angling. Juvenile fish were collected using backpack electrofishing [...]

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Finney, Sam T

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  • Upper Colorado River Basin

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