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Data for "Comparison of size, terminal fall velocity and density of bighead, silver, and grass carp eggs for use in drift modeling"

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Publication Date
Start Date
2010-05-01
End Date
2013-07-31

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George, A.E., Garcia, Tatiana, and Chapman, D.C., 2017, Data for Comparison of size, terminal fall velocity and density of bighead, silver, and grass carp eggs for use in drift modeling: U.S. Geological Survey data release, https://doi.org/10.5066/F70V8B0D.

Summary

Invasive Asian carps established in the United States spawn in turbulent water of rivers and their eggs and early larvae develop while drifting in the current. The eggs are slightly denser than water and are held in suspension by water turbulence. The eggs are believed to perish if they settle before hatching. It is thus possible to use egg drift modeling to assess the capability of a river to support survival of Asian carp eggs. Data to populate such models include the physical properties of the assessed rivers, and information on egg size, density, and terminal fall velocity (sinking rates). Herein, we present the physical characteristics of the eggs as a function of post fertilization time. We recorded mean egg diameter and terminal [...]

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Point of Contact :
Amy E George
Originator :
Amy E George, Tatiana Garcia, Duane C Chapman
Metadata Contact :
CERC Data Managers
Publisher :
U.S. Geological Survey
Distributor :
U.S. Geological Survey - ScienceBase
USGS Mission Area :
Ecosystems
SDC Data Owner :
Columbia Environmental Research Center

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Carp Egg Diameter, Terminal Fall Velocity and Density Data.csv 30.22 KB
Data-Comparison of Size, Terminal Fall Velocity, and Density of Bighead, Silver, and Grass Carp Eggs for Use in Drift Modeling.xml
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To be used in drift models for Asian carp eggs

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DOI https://www.sciencebase.gov/vocab/category/item/identifier doi:10.5066/F70V8B0D

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