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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.
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File ECMAScript program Distribution, Status, and Land Use Characteristics of Subwatersheds within the Native Range of Brook Trout in the Eastern United States
We examined and summarized existing knowledge regarding the distribution and status of self- sustaining populations of brook trout Salvelinus fontinalis at the subwatershed scale cross their native range in the eastern USA. This region represents approximately 25% of the species’ entire native range and 70% of the U.S. portion of the native range. This assessment resulted in an updated and detailed range map of historical and current brook trout distribution in the study area.
Located in Resources / Brook Trout Related Publications
File PDF document Guidelines for the Design of Stream Road Crossings for Passage of Aquatic Organisms in Vermont
Stream Crossing Guidelines for Vermont
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File When are Genetic Methods Useful for Estimating Contemporary Abundance and Detecting Population Trends - Tallmon et al. 2010
This study assessed the ability of a linkage disequilibrium estimator of effective population size and a simple capture-recapture estimator of abundance to quantify the size and trend of stable or declining populations, using simulated Wright-Fisher populations.
Located in Resources / Brook Trout Related Publications / Chesapeake Bay Brook Trout Management Strategy-References