Assessment of Habitat, Fish Communities, and Streamflow Requirements for Habitat Protection, Ipswich River, Massachusetts, 1998-99

@inproceedings{Armstrong2001AssessmentOH,
  title={Assessment of Habitat, Fish Communities, and Streamflow Requirements for Habitat Protection, Ipswich River, Massachusetts, 1998-99},
  author={David Scott Armstrong and Todd A. Richards and Gene W. Parker},
  year={2001}
}
  • David Scott Armstrong, Todd A. Richards, Gene W. Parker
  • Published 2001
  • Environmental Science
  • The relations among stream habitat, fish communities, and hydrologic conditions were investigated in the Ipswich River Basin in northeastern Massachusetts. Data were assessed from 27 sites on the mainstem of the Ipswich River from July to September 1998 and from 10 sites on 5 major tributaries in July and August 1999. Habitat assessments made in 1998 determined that in a year with sustained streamflow for most of the summer, the Ipswich River contains diverse, highquality aquatic habitat… CONTINUE READING

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