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FISHES AT RANDOMLY SELECTED SITES ON WADEABLE STREAMS IN SOUTH DAKOTA

@inproceedings{Kral2005FISHESAR,
  title={FISHES AT RANDOMLY SELECTED SITES ON WADEABLE STREAMS IN SOUTH DAKOTA},
  author={Jason G. Kral},
  year={2005}
}
  • J. Kral
  • Published 2005
  • Environmental Science
We sampled 110 sites that were randomly selected on wadeable reaches of South Dakota streams during the summers of 2001-04 as part of the Environmental Monitoring and Assessment Program (EMAP) administered by the US Environmental Protection Agency. The goal of the EMAP was a regional assess ment of river health, but data were also useful to better understand the status of fishes in South Dakota. We used seining and electrofishing to collect 34,349 fishes of 54 species representing 13 families… 
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