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Mississippi River boating survey: Results and technical report


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The Mississippi River Boating Survey was conducted as enumeration of boats and face-to-face interviews by the Minnesota Center for Survey Research at the University of Minnesota. It was conducted for the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources. The goal of the survey was to obtain information on the number of boats entering and leaving the river at specific access points and to obtain both trip-specific information and opinions from boaters. The study area included 135 miles of the Mississippi River between the head of navigation in Minneapolis and Lock and Dam 5a at Winona, Minnesota, as well as 25 miles of the St. Croix River and 7 miles of the Minnesota River. Data was to be collected at 250 different locations, spending a full [...]


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Minnesota Center for Survey Research, University of Minnesota, Minneapolis, Minnesota. Technical Report #92-3. Reprinted by U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Environmental Management Technical Center, Onalaska, Wisconsin

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