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Juvenile Salmonid Abundance Monitoring: Gird Creek, Russian River, California, 1991-2001

This line shapefile represents juvenile abundance monitoring that was conducted in Gird Creek (a tributary of the Russian River) to evaluate spawning success, fry or fingerling production, and juvenile survivorship as part of a larger study examining the potential effects of reclaimed water discharged to Santa Rosa Creek by the Santa Rosa Subregional Reclamation System.Provides temporal data on fish and other aquatic species abundance in multiple Russian River tributaries.
Circuit Rider Productions
Sonoma County (Calif.), Mendocino County (Calif.), and Russian River Watershed (Calif.)
Coho salmon, Steelhead (Fish), Chinook salmon, Salmonid, Environment, and Inland Waters
1991 and 2001
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