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All EBTJV Documents
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Priority Scores for Project Selection
The Eastern Brook Trout Joint Venture has developed priority scores for project selection to assist in identifying areas that are best for restoration, best for enhancement, and best for protection for the states in the EBTJV region.
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Brook Trout Related Publications
This folder contains peer-reviewed articles pertaining to the Brook Trout and other environmental issues related to conserving this species.
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EBTJV Print Material
This folder contains printed material produced by the EBTJV.
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Science and Data Committee
The charges for the Science and Data Committee are to: 1. Establish monitoring programs that measure the effectiveness of EBTJV conservation actions taken to improve the status of brook trout; 2. Develop a research plan that identifies key brook trout research needs and establishes priorities for research funding; 3. Engage brook trout management agencies to develop minimum data standards to facilitate data sharing and reporting; 4. Assess current data gaps; 5. Create a centralized, web-based, data access system to query brook trout data owned and maintained by the management agency; 6. Develop a web-based map server application to view brook trout distribution, abundance and habitat information; and 7. Establish a web-based system for the efficient dissemination of EBTJV related data, maps, reports, and outreach material.
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Steering Committee
The Eastern Brook Trout Joint Venture Steering Committee is a self-directed group of individuals interested in achieving the partnership's vision of "healthy coldwater systems with fishable brook trout populations throughout their historic eastern geographic range." It is the decision-making body for the EBTJV partnership and has oversight responsibility for all EBTJV activities. The activities of the Steering Committee directly support the Eastern Brook Trout Conservation Strategy Action Plan, which will identify the planning, implementation, and evaluation processes for the EBTJV. Participation on the Steering Committee is voluntary. Membership is composed of up to 25 members from state fish and wildlife agencies, federal agencies, non-governmental organizations, and academic institutions that have signed the EBTJV's Memorandum of Understanding.
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How to Participate in the Portal
Instructions on portal participation.
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