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Summary The Little Susitna River is an important recreational resource within south-central Alaska. The river supports five species of salmon and very popular Chinook and coho salmon fisheries. In 2004, 20,000 angler days were spent harvesting 45,000 coho, which is the second highest harvest level in south-central Alaska. Rapid increases in Matanuska-Susitna Borough populations and the river’s popularity have resulted in increased residential development and recreational use along the river. There is a potential for residential development and recreational use to cause a decrease in water quality and fish habitat. This study is the first step in characterizing the Little Susitna River from the Edgerton Road...


map background search result map search result map FRPA Effectiveness Monitoring within the Willer-Kash State Forest Harvest Area: July 2006 through May 2008 Summary. Final Report for the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation Fecal coliform bacteria source assessment in the waters of Cottonwood Creek, Wasilla, and Little Campbell Creek, Anchorage. Final Report for the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation Cottonwood Creek Ecological Assessment Restoration Evaluation—Fish Passage Final Report Assessment and Classification of Matanuska‐Susitna Fish Habitat—Stream Water Temperature Lower ship creek water quality monitoring as related to petroleum hydrocarbon pollution and fecal Coliform bacteria. Final Report for the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation.  Lake Lucile Sediment Quality Sampling: Spatial Extent of Impaired Sediment due to Outfall Stormwater Inputs. Final Report for: Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation Hydrocarbons and Turbidity on the Lower Little Susitna River. Final Report for the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation The Little Susitna River—An ecological assessment. Final Report for the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation Montana Creek Ecological and Water Quality Assessment. Final Report for the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation Assessment and Classification of Mat‐Su Fish Habitat—Stream Temperatures and Juvenile Fish Distribution. Final Report for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, National Fish Habitat Initiative Lower ship creek water quality monitoring as related to petroleum hydrocarbon pollution and fecal Coliform bacteria. Final Report for the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation.  Cottonwood Creek Ecological Assessment Montana Creek Ecological and Water Quality Assessment. Final Report for the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation Hydrocarbons and Turbidity on the Lower Little Susitna River. Final Report for the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation Fecal coliform bacteria source assessment in the waters of Cottonwood Creek, Wasilla, and Little Campbell Creek, Anchorage. Final Report for the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation Assessment and Classification of Matanuska‐Susitna Fish Habitat—Stream Water Temperature The Little Susitna River—An ecological assessment. Final Report for the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation FRPA Effectiveness Monitoring within the Willer-Kash State Forest Harvest Area: July 2006 through May 2008 Summary. Final Report for the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation Assessment and Classification of Mat‐Su Fish Habitat—Stream Temperatures and Juvenile Fish Distribution. Final Report for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, National Fish Habitat Initiative Restoration Evaluation—Fish Passage Final Report