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File Octet Stream Dam Removals to Reconnect Brook Trout Habitat on an Unnamed Tributary to Frankstown Branch, Hollidaysburg PA
Kladder Dam was removed in September 2014 and the tributary through the former impoundment was restored to an appropriate gradient to match the watershed. Stream restoration materials included native soil and rock, clay from the dam’s core, sediment from behind the dam, and Large Wood Debris, all originating on the site. In addition, a riparian corridor was planted in the former impoundment, and several rock jack-dams and brick lining in about 100 feet of the stream channel above the former impoundment were removed by hand.
Located in Projects / Project Completion Reports
File D source code Mill Creek (Tygart River), WV: Large Woody Material Strategic “Chop and Drop”
Mostly dead and/or down hemlock trees were utilized to create large woody material inspired habitat structures to increase pool habit, increase thalweg meander length, decrease bankfull width, and introduce overhead fish cover. Cross-vanes, j-hooks, wing-deflectors, toe wood, digger logs, and engineered log jams were constructed. The strategic part of this chop and drop effort was to place and anchor logs to minimize movement in bankfull or high events.
Located in Projects / Project Completion Reports
File Predicting Brook Trout Occurrence in Stream Reaches throughout their Native Range in the Eastern United States - DeWeber and Wagner 2015
This publication describes a model that was developed to predict Brook Trout population status within individual stream reaches throughout the species' native range in the eastern USA.
Located in Resources / Brook Trout Related Publications / Chesapeake Bay Brook Trout Management Strategy-References
East Fork Greenbrier River/Poca Run Large Woody Material Project, Monongahela National Forest, West Virginia, Monitoring Report - 2015
The East Fork Greenbrier River/Poca Run Large Woody Material (LWM) project was designed to treat a total of 16 stream sites with LWM structures distributed along ¾ miles of stream and floodplain areas on the Monongahela National Forest.
Located in News / News Items
File Fish Passage Barrier Removal Fact Sheet Template - North Carolina Edition
An educational template on the importance of fish passage barrier removal for use by SARP, EBTJV, ACFHP and partners in North Carolina and which can be tailored and customized for use in other states. In support of fish passage education and outreach, SARP, the Eastern Brook Trout Joint Venture (EBTJV), and the Atlantic Coastal Fish Habitat Partnership (ACFHP) have developed an informational template on fish passage barrier removal. The demonstration version includes a featured project and resources for North Carolina. The template was created for conservation groups that have strong local level community connections to citizens, property owners, and smaller stream systems where many potential barriers exist. It can be used to raise awareness of impacts these barriers have on fish and other aquatics, and to help enlist the assistance of landowners, recreationalists, and citizen scientists in identifying and providing information about barriers that may not yet be documented. User groups have the ability to personalize portions of the template according to their specific target audiences and the template can be used as an outreach tool to highlight key issues and projects. Complete with a section where specific calls to action can be identified to help empower stakeholders to take action and report potential barriers, which will help the databases of the Southeast Aquatic Connectivity Assessment Program (SEACAP) and other programs grow and remain up to date and relevant.
Located in Library
File Octet Stream EBTJV 2015 Meeting Agenda
This document contains the agenda for a joint meeting of the EBTJV Conservation Strategy and Science & Data committees that was focused on reviewing the results of the recently completed assessment of Brook Trout at the catchment/patch scale and developing a framework of integrating the assessment findings into the partnership's Brook Trout Conservation Strategy.
Located in Groups / / 2015 Steering Committee Conference Call Summaries / September 29, 2015 SC Meeting Documents
File EBTJV Salmonid Catchment Assessment and Habitat Patch Layers
Extending, standardizing, and automating the salmonid status assessment is a fundamental goal of the EBTJV. This document provides a step-by-step description of these procedures, as well as providing examples for their applications.
Located in EBTJV Reports
EBTJV Salmonid Catchment Assessment and Habitat Patch Layers
This document provides a step-by-step description of the processes used in assessing the status of Brook Trout and other salmonids at the catchment scale and developing habitat patch layers.
Located in News / News Items
File Troff document 9-29-15 EBTJV Steering Committee Meeting Summary-Draft
This documents summarizes the EBTJV Steering Committee Meeting held on 9-29-15.
Located in Groups / / 2015 Steering Committee Conference Call Summaries / December 15, 2015 SC Documents
File Octet Stream 12-15-15 EBTJV Steering Committee Meeting Agenda
This document lists the agenda items for the EBTJV's Steering Committee's 12-15-15 conference call.
Located in Groups / / 2015 Steering Committee Conference Call Summaries / December 15, 2015 SC Documents