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File ECMAScript program Assessment and predictive model for brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) population status in the eastern United States
Over the last 200 years, brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) have been subjected to numerous anthropogenic physical, chemical, and biological perturbations that threaten the long term viability of brook trout throughout their historic native range. The historic and current decline in brook trout populations and the threat of further habitat degradation have led to a desire to develop a large scale conservation strategy to protect and rehabilitate brook trout populations and habitat. Understanding both the current distribution of brook trout and the relationships between the brook trout population status and perturbations is essential to developing meaningful conservation strategies and tactics.
Located in Resources / Brook Trout Related Publications
File RealAudio document EBTJV / FWS-NFHAP 2017 Project Application Form
This EBTJV / FWS NFHAP Project Application Form needs be completed for project proposals seeking 2017 funding assistance.
Located in Funding / 2017 EBTJV / FWS-NFHP Project Funding Opportunity
File chemical/x-pdb Development of a Brook Trout Management Strategy for the Chesapeake Bay Watershed Agreement
This file contains a PowerPoint presentation that provides an overview of the components that will be used to develop a Brook Trout management strategy aimed at achieving the Brook Trout outcome contained in the new Chesapeake Bay Watershed Agreement (June 2014).
Located in Groups / / 2014 Steering Committee Conference Call Summaries / December 16, 2014 Steering Committee Conference Call Documents
File National Fish Habitat Fund By-Laws
This document contains the By-Laws for the National Fish Habitat Fund.
Located in Groups / / 2014 Steering Committee Conference Call Summaries / December 16, 2014 Steering Committee Conference Call Documents
Person Troff document Calvert, Patrick
Located in Members
File EBTJV Fact Sheet - 2006
Description of the EBTJV's purpose.
Located in About / Why Should You Care / EBTJV Fact Sheet - 2006
Project application/x-troff-me Intervale Brook, ME
A comprehensive, multi-treatment stream rehabilitation project of a degraded stream due to past log driving. Phase one includes returning boulders to the channel, opening up blocked side channels to floodplains, and placing some key wood pieces. Phase two includes ramped up wood addition and the removal of a remnant log driving dam near the headwaters. Overall, 4 miles of previously bulldozed and channelized stream will be restored to free flowing conditions with greatly increased habitat diversity and quality.
Located in Projects / Third Party Projects
File EBTJV Roadmap to Restoration (2008)
Roadmap to Restoration Publication
Located in EBTJV Reports
File EBTJV DLLT Funding Application 2013
PROJECT TITLE: 2014 Restoring habitat connectivity in Machias & Saint Croix River tributary streams ME: EBTJV&NFHAP
Located in Projects / 2014 Projects / 2014 Restoring Habitat Connectivity, Machias & Saint Croix River tributary streams ME: EBTJV&NFHAP
File Conservation Strategy Review Summary and Recommendations
The EBTJV completed the first version of its action strategies for conserving brook trout (Conservation Strategy) in August 2007. These action strategies are aimed at achieving the EBTJV’s principal goals and are used to guide the partnership’s decision-making as well as measuring its progress and successes. The EBTJV Steering Committee purposely decided when it adopted the Conservation Strategy, that it would be a living document and therefore would be updated whenever it was warranted. In keeping with this precept, the Conservation Strategy was revised in November 2007, July 2008, and November 2011. However, the focus of these revisions centered primarily on changes to the regional and range-wide habitat objectives, which occurred as a result of periodic recommendations made by the Northern and Southern Workgroups. Since the Conservation Strategy has been in place for a little more than five years, it was the Steering Committee’s desire to initiate a full review of all components of the plan and so they tasked the EBTJV Coordinator with the responsibility of leading the effort of ensuring the Conservation Strategy is current, relevant, and realistic and is representative of the pertinent data and information that is now available. The results of the review are described in this document along with recommendations for action by the EBTJV Steering Committee.
Located in Resources / EBTJV Briefing Reports with Recommendations