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Assessment of carbon dioxide piscicide treatments: Data

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Start Date
2016-11-30
End Date
2017-02-23

Citation

Aaron Cupp, Justin Smerud, John Tix, Jose Rivera, Stacie Ann Kageyama, Chris Merkes, Richard Erickson, Jon Amberg, and Mark Gaikowski, 2019, Assessment of carbon dioxide piscicide treatments: Data: U.S. Geological Survey data release, https://doi.org/10.5066/P9VABB9H.

Summary

Spreadsheets include data that was used to evaluate the efficacy of dry ice administered under-ice as a tool for reducing the overwinter survival of invasive carps. There are 10 CSV associated with this study

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Assessment of carbon dioxide piscicide treatments.xml
Original FGDC Metadata

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Harvest Data.csv 968 Bytes
Phase 1 Atmospheric CO2.csv 8.33 KB
Phase 1 scattered in 4 corners no bag trial.csv 5.91 KB
Phase 1 Weight of Dry Ice.csv 735 Bytes
Phase 2 Atmospheric CO2.csv 380 Bytes
Phase 2 Water chemistry.csv 10.07 KB
Phase 2 Weight of Dry Ice.csv 607 Bytes
RAW_Data.csv 50.28 KB
Video Data.csv 2.07 KB
weight and lengths.csv 4.57 KB

Purpose

These data were collected to determine survival of silver carp, bighead carp, and fathead minnows in response to three levels of CO2 treatments. These data support the development of tools for resource managers to control invasive fish populations.

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  • Upper Midwest Environmental Sciences Center (UMESC)

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