Distribution and Abundance of Stream Fishes in Relation to Barriers: Implications for Monitoring Stream Recovery After Barrier Removal

Distribution and Abundance of Stream Fishes in Relation to Barriers: Implications for Monitoring Stream Recovery After Barrier Removal

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Gardner, C., Coghlan, Jr., S. M., Zydlewski, J., Saunders, R. 2011. Distribution and Abundance of Stream Fishes in Relation to Barriers: Implications for Monitoring Stream Recovery After Barrier Removal. River Research and Applications. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd.

Analysis, Assessment, Fish, Fresh water, Habitat, Hydrology, Streams, Aquatic community, Biodiversity, Aquatic ecosystems, Biology, Dams

This study evaluated the effects of dam removal on fish assemblages in Sedgeunkedunk Stream, which is a small tributary feeding into the Penobscot River in Maine (U.S.). The results of the monitoring indicate that dam removal has significant impacts on upstream and downstream fish populations. The monitoring framework can be applied to analyze the impacts of stream restoration for other project sites as well.

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