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Fish Inventories in the Christina River Basin

800 532 Stroud Water Research Center

Stroud Water Research Center scientists conducted surveys of fish in small streams in the Bucktoe Preserve in the Red Clay Creek watershed and the Stroud Preserve in the Brandywine Creek watershed to document species presence, abundance, and distribution. The data provides a description of the local fauna and can be used to evaluate the impact of removing a dam on the Stroud Preserve.

Funded by: Stroud Water Research Center

Principal Investigator: William H. Eldridge

Project Years: 2009, 2010

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