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Site Endpoints, Crooked River Electrofishing/Angling Survey, July/August 2004

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Start Date
2004-07-29
End Date
2004-08-03

Summary

This data set is an ArcGIS point shapefile of the endpoints of the sites in Crooked River that were electrofished and angled in July/August 2004. Sites were chosen based on accessibility in this rugged canyon. Nearly every channel unit in each site was both electrofished and angled. Method of fish capture depended on the depth of the stream (electrofishing in shallower water). Site-level habitat attribute data are included.

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These data were collected to examine longitudinal patterns in fish assemblages, aquatic habitat, and water temperature in the Lower Crooked River during summer conditions. Specific objectives were to (1) characterize the spatial distribution of native and non-native fishes, (2) describe variation in channel morphology, substrate composition, and water temperature, and (3) evaluate the associations between fishes, aquatic habitat, and water temperature.

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  • Forest and Rangeland Ecosystem Science Center (FRESC)

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