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Project Pascal source code NFHAP SARP Lower Bourbeuse Aquatic Conservation Area (LBACA) Landowner Partnership
This project consists of a landowner partnership within the Lower Bourbeuse Aquatic Conservation Area (LBACA), Missouri.
Located in Funded Projects / SARP Projects W2B
Project chemical/x-pdb St. Catherine Creek Biological Monitoring in support of Landscape Model Development
The Pvt. John Allen National Fish Hatchery, the Baton Rouge Fish and Wildlife Conservation Office and the Gulf Coast Plains/Ozark Landscape Conservation Cooperative (GCPO LCC) are partnering to develop a proactive approach in identifying problem areas and delivering aquatic habitat restoration actions, on the ground, before the problems reach an irresolvable level. This joint effort is already in the full process of data collection and evaluation to develop a spatially explicit model of aquatic habitats found on the St. Catherine Creek National Wildlife Refuge in MS. The full spectrum of biological needs for both of the alligator gar, paddlefish, and other floodplain dependent species are found in this floodplain. The existing project is already developing remote sensing capacity to characterize all aquatic habitats found in this interior floodplain in terms of the biological needs of aquatic species. In addition, data on bathymetry, water quality parameters, flood frequency and duration periods and vegetative types are being collected in order to accurately portray and verify habitat characteristics in the spatial model. Hydro acoustic and side scan imaging will be utilized in order to deliver the highest quality data available to resource managers at the present. Quantitative biological information is necessary to complete the suite of data for the model. Abundance and distribution of selected fish needs to be collected in conjunction with environmental data in order to adequately characterize the importance of various physicochemical conditions to aquatic life. This project will collect those data on St Catherine Creek NMR. This project is currently on-going.
Located in Funded Projects / SARP Projects W2B
Project C++ source code St. Catherine Creek Aquatic Habitat Assessment in support of GCPO LCC
This project will assess habitat in St. Catherine Creek, Mississippi, in support of GCPO LCC.
Located in Funded Projects / SARP Projects W2B
Project Habitat Restoration to Benefit Rare Species and Natural Communities in the Altamaha River Watershed
Cool water springs feeding major coastal rivers in Georgia provide critical thermal refuges during summer for diadromous fishes such as striped bass. However, the connectivity of many of these springs to the main rivers has been diminished by drought, sedimentation, accumulation of debris, and beaver dams. The goal of this project was to improve the connectivity of Troup Springs to the Oconee River and enhance spring flows.
Located in Funded Projects / SARP Projects W2B
Project Island Restoration and Habitat Enhancement in Lake Oconee
This project consists of Island restoration and habitat enhancement in Lake Oconee, Georgia.
Located in Funded Projects / SARP Projects W2B
Project Restoration of Essential Habitats for Juvenile Tarpoon and Snook
Habitat loss and degradation are major threats to coastal fisheries, especially alterations of freshwater flow into estuarine habitats. This project will restore natural topography and hydrology to 229 acres of coastal land that includes juvenile habitat for economically and recreationally important tarpon and snook. Monitoring of water quality and fishes within mangrove creeks will quantify the changes resulting from restoration. An established education program will be used to disseminate project results to the public, and the project site will be protected and managed as a public park and nature preserve in perpetuity. This project is currently on-going.
Located in Funded Projects / SARP Projects W2B
Project chemical/x-pdb Improving Management of Seagrass Resources through Restoration and Assessment
Lead by the Environmental Protection Commission of Hillsborough City, this project will manage seagrass beds through creating a poll n troll zone to reduce seabed scaring, as well as testing different grass restore methods.
Located in Funded Projects / SARP Projects W2B
Project Troff document Ulele Springs Restoration Project
This project, run by the Ecosphere Restoration Institute, Inc, will create a natural spring and restore native wetland vegetation within the state of Florida.
Located in Funded Projects / SARP Projects W2B
Project North Peninsula State Park Saltmarsh Restoration
This project will create a healthy, productive saltmarsh habitat (9 acres, including complete restoration of 2 acres of historical marsh habitat filled with spoil as a result of dredge activities and enhancement of 7 acres of saltmarsh) in North Peninsula State Park, Volusia County, Florida.
Located in Funded Projects / SARP Projects W2B
Project Scoy Pond and Staudinger’s Pond Alewife Access and Habitat Enhancement, New York
In Northwest Creek, a channel will be constructed and an overflow pipe will be replaced with a weir to allow fish passage into Staudinger’s Pond. In Alewife Brook, an undersized culvert will be replaced and stream debris will be removed to allow fish passage into Scoy Pond and to improve tidal flow. Additionally in Alewife Brook, invasive Phragmites will be removed and the surrounding habitat will be enhanced. This project will ultimately restore access to approximately 18 acres of diadromous fish spawning and maturation habitat and enhance the ecologic function of nearly 1000 acres of estuarine habitat.
Located in Funded Projects / ACFHP Projects