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A structured decision making rapid prototyping workshop to incorporate stakeholder and expert opinion for evaluation of water management actions to reduce incidental take of listed freshwater mussels and Gulf Sturgeon in the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint River basin in Alabama, Georgia, and Florida

Principal Investigator
Elise Irwin

Dates

Start Date
2020
End Date
2021

Summary

The ACF basin, from headwaters in north Georgia, to the Apalachicola Bay and estuary, is a focal geography in the Southeast and provides habitat to a diversity of species, including over 30 federally-listed T&E species, and over 30 species proposed for ESA listing, cross-taxa. Allocation of water for multiple uses in the ACF basin has been contentious for decades (e.g., FL v. GA, SCOTUS ruling issued 27 June 2018. A 4.5 day structured decision making (SDM) workshop with experienced SDM coaches is a necessary component to further ongoing adaptive management (AM) processes in the Apalachicola-Chattahoochee-Flint (ACF) River Basin.

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Contacts

Principal Investigator :
Elise Irwin
Lead Organization :
Alabama Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit
Funding Agency :
SSP-QR FWSR4
Co-Investigator :
Maureen G. Walsh

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  • SSP/QR FWSR4
  • USGS/FWS Science Support Partnership Program

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Created from Item #5dcf140ce4b06957976274ab

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  • 20-R4-04

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