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File Pascal source code W2B Project map
A static map created by Catherine Callahan, NH Fish and Game Department, as requested by the W2B Communications Committee.
Located in Science and Data / Whitewater to Bluewater W2B
File Conservation Strategy Review Summary and Recommendations (2013)
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 Projects / EBTJV Operational Evaluation Reports
Decision Support Tools for Brook Trout Conservation
The EBTJV website now houses links to five new decision support tools that can assist natural resource managers with Brook Trout conservation efforts.
Located in News & Events / News Inbox
EVERYTHING’S COMING UP BROOK TROUT, AND NOT A MOMENT TOO SOON
After more than a century of population decline resulting from habitat loss, and competition from invasive species, Brook Trout are starting to feel the heat from climate change as well. Fortunately, partners from all sectors are joining forces to tackle “the big three” with the right tools, using the best available science supported by the North Atlantic Landscape Conservation Cooperative, the Appalachian Landscape Conservation Cooperative, the EBTJV, and others.
Located in News & Events / News Inbox
Aaron Run (MD) - Mitigating Acid Mine Drainage Improves pH Levels in Run
Waterbody Improved: water flowing through abandoned coal mines contributed acid mine drainage (AMD) to Maryland’s Aaron Run, causing the stream’s pH level to fail to meet the state’s water quality standard for pH. As a result, the Maryland Department of the Environment (MDE) added Aaron Run to Maryland’s 2004 Clean Water Act (CWA) section 303(d) list of impaired waters for low pH. Watershed partners implemented numerous AMD mitigation projects, and pH levels increased. Aaron Run now meets the state water quality standard for pH and supports a population of brook trout. As a result, MDE has proposed removing Aaron Run from the state’s list of impaired waters for pH impairment in 2014.
Located in News & Events / News Inbox
During fishing and boating week, enjoy and conserve wild brook trout
Learn about EBTJV's mission and conservation actions, and enjoy this beautiful native fish.
Located in News & Events / News Inbox
File Troff document EBTJV Fact Sheet (2012)
This product describes what we do, our vision, where we work, and our recent accomplishments.
Located in About / EBTJV Reports / EBTJV Print Material
Loss of biodiversity is among the greatest problems facing the world today. Conservation and the Genetics of Populations gives a comprehensive overview of the essential background, concepts, and tools needed to understand how genetic information can be used to conserve species threatened with extinction, and to manage species of ecological or commercial importance. New molecular techniques, statistical methods, and computer programs, genetic principles, and methods are becoming increasingly useful in the conservation of biological diversity. Using a balance of data and theory, coupled with basic and applied research examples, this book examines genetic and phenotypic variation in natural populations, the principles and mechanisms of evolutionary change, the interpretation of genetic data from natural populations, and how these can be applied to conservation. The book includes examples from plants, animals, and microbes in wild and captive populations. Additional resources for this book can be found at: www.wiley.com/go/allendorf/populations.
Located in Science and Data / Brook Trout Related Publications
Bipartisan Infrastructure Bill and brook trout
How infrastructure funding can help brook trout.
Located in News & Events / News Inbox
File Metrics for Brook Trout Conservation Posts on EBTJV Facebook Page
This document tracks the reach of Brook Trout conservation media stories posted on the EBTJV Facebook page.
Located in Groups / / 2014 Steering Committee Conference Call Summaries / June 17, 2014 Steering Committee Conference Call Documents