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Fish inventory and anadromous cataloging in the Susitna River, Matanuska River, and Knik River basins, 2003 and 2011

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2014

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Kirsch, Jonathan M., Buckwalter, Joseph D., and Reed, Daniel J., 2014, Fish inventory and anadromous cataloging in the Susitna River, Matanuska River, and Knik River basins, 2003 and 2011: Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Division of Sport Fish, Research and Technical Services: Anchorage, Alaska, v. 14-04, p. 1291-1291.

Summary

During August 2003 and July-August 2011, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Division of Sport Fish conducted an inventory of stream fish assemblages and associated aquatic and riparian habitats in a 53,445 square-km. study area comprising the upper Cook Inlet basin bounded by the Alaska Range to the north and west, the Chugach Mountains to the south, and the Copper Riverbasin to the east. (In addition to the Susitna River watershed, this included Maguire Creek and the watersheds of the Matanuska and Knik rivers.) Some 357 study sites were visited in streams ranging in size from wadeable headwaters to the mainstem Susitna River. At each site, data was collected describing site location, aquatic habitat, riparian vegetation, and [...]

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