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The Relationship Between Stream Macroinvertebrates and Salmon in the Quilceda/Allen Drainage
The Relationship Between Stream Macroinvertebrates and Salmon in the Quilceda/Allen Drainage (Number of pages: 63) (Publication Size: 994KB)
|Author(s)||Plotnikoff, R. and J. Polayes|
|Description||Stream macroinvertebrates were surveyed at several reaches in the Quilceda/Allen drainage to establish their value as an indicator of stream quality for salmon use. Four benthic samples were collected each from riffle and pool habitat. Quantitative physical measurements, along with water quality measurements, were made of the stream channels.|
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|Keywords||stream bioassessment, macroinvertebrates, stream, invertebrates, biological, water, chemical, water quality, assessment, salmon, pH, drainage|
|WATERSHED||Water Resource Inventory Area 07 Snohomish|
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