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Habitat stream survey data collected in Mason Creek, tributary of East Fork Lewis River, SW Washington, during summer of 2017

Dates

Publication Date
Start Date
2017-06-05
End Date
2017-09-15

Citation

Bentley, Kale T., Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife. 2020. Habitat stream survey data collected in Mason Creek, tributary of East Fork Lewis River, SW Washington, during summer of 2017. USGS ScienceBase. https://doi.org/10.21429/59nj-3806.

Summary

The protocol for the habitat surveys are outlined in the file entitled "Fish Rescue Field Protocol_2017_FINAL VERSION_2017-06-01.pdf". The habitat dataset is stored in an Access database entitled "FishRescue_HabitatData_2017.accdb" and consists of both reach-level (~100 meter sections) and continuous (watershed scale) surveys.

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Fish Rescue Field Protocol_2017_FINAL VERSION_2017-06-01.pdf 488.68 KB
FishRescue_HabitatData_2017.accdb 3.43 MB
original_Habitat_Survey_MetaData.zip 2.34 KB

Purpose

The purpose of the reach-scale surveys was to map fine-scale habitat attributed associated with the survey section where the fish survey were conducted while the purpose of the continuous surveys was to map the "wettedness" of the entire stream at the watershed scale (~18 km) to get course idea of the habitat available for coho salmon juveniles at various time periods throughout the summer.

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  • National and Regional Climate Adaptation Science Centers
  • Northwest CASC

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NCCWSC Science Themes
Water, Coasts and Ice
Drought, Fire and Extreme Weather
Wildlife and Plants
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DOI https://www.sciencebase.gov/vocab/category/item/identifier 10.21429/59nj-3806

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