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St. Clair River Shoreline Remediation Evaluation Site And Sample Data 2015-2016

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Start Date
2015-05-06
End Date
2016-11-02

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Jason L. Fischer, and Edward Roseman, 20171215, St. Clair River Shoreline Remediation Evaluation Site And Sample Data 2015-2016: , https://doi.org/10.5066/F7Q52NVP.

Summary

This data set consists of counts and lengths of fish collected as part of a 2015-2016 evaluation of shoreline remediation projects in the St. Clair River, Michigan, USA. Remediation sites were sites that had undergone shoreline softening to convert vertical seawalls to sloping banks, reduce water depths, create a gradual transition between shoreline to main channel habitats, and provide structure (e.g., root wads and boulders) for fishes and other aquatic biota. Control sites were other wade-able (less than 1 meter) areas along the St. Clair River where shoreline softening projects had not taken place. Control sites included public beaches and access points to the St. Clair River and generally had limited in-stream structure (e.g., [...]

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SCR_Shoreline_Remediation_FishData.csv 168.5 KB
SCR_Shoreline_Remediation_SampleData.csv 51.87 KB
SCR_Shoreline_Remediation_SiteData.csv 3.79 KB
SCR_Shoreline_Remediation_SppCodes.csv 7.01 KB
SCR_Shoreline_Remediation_VelData.csv 4.77 KB
SCR_Shoreline_Remediation_ReplicateData.csv 150.84 KB
St_Clair_River_Shoreline_Remediation_Evaluation_Site_Data_V2.xml
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Purpose

Data were collected to evaluate fish community differences between shoreline remediation sites and other shallow water areas in the St. Clair River.

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