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Catalog Record: Tundra stream fish habitat investigations in the North Slope oil fields
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Tundra stream fish habitat investigations in the North Slope oil fields

This report summarizes results of tundra stream fish sampling in the Prudhoe and Kuparuk Units of the North Slope oilfields and water quality investigations at the Put 27 Mine Site and Kuparuk Mine Site B as well as D. The objectives for these investigations are: 1) determine the species composition and length frequency distributions of fish that use tundra stream systems at various time during the open water season; 2) compare species composition and relative abundance of fish in tundra streams with connected flooded gravel sites vs similar streams systems without deep water mine sites 3) evaluate water quality at mine sites.

Hemming, C.R., 1993. Tundra Stream fish Habitat Investigations in the North Slope Oil Fields. Technical Report 93-1. Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Habitat and Restoration Division. Juneau. pp.71.

Remote
1993-07-01

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    http://www.adfg.alaska.gov/static/home/library/pdfs/habitat/93_01.pdf

Status: Remote
Type: Report
End Date: 1993/07/01
Data Types: Report
Primary Organizations
Type
Alaska Department of Fish and Game
State

Regions
Alaska, North Slope

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