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Main Title Determination, Assessment, and Design of 'In-Stream Value' Studies for the Northern Great Plains Region.
Author Bovee., Ken D. ;
CORP Author Montana Univ., Missoula. Dept. of Geology.;Environmental Protection Agency, Denver, Colo. Region VIII.
Year Published 1974
Report Number EPA-68-01-2413;
Stock Number PB-255 269
Additional Subjects Water pollution ; Stream flow ; Fisheries ; Hydrology ; Fishes ; Primary biological productivity ; Water quality ; Oxygen ; Dissolved gases ; Nutrients ; Animal migrations ; Temperature ; United States ; Reviews ; Water quality data ; Northern Great Plains Region(United States) ; Polyodon spathula ; Stizostedion canadense ; Indicator species ; Notorus flavus ; Dissolved oxygen
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NTIS  PB-255 269 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. 06/23/1988
Collation 215p
Abstract
An extensive literature review was conducted to determine the discharge requirements of various components of a warm water fishery. Where exact hydrologic parameters were not measured directly in individual studies, they were estimated from inferred statements. A methodology is proposed for the recommendation of minimum discharges for a warm water fishery. This method utilizes field measurements of critical stream areas and biological criteria determined from the use of indicator species. For large rivers, migration and spawning requirements are analyzed using the paddlefish (Polyodon spathula) as the indicator species. For smaller rivers, the suggested indicator species is the sauger (Stizostedion canadense). Rearing flows are determined on the basis of stream productivity by analyzing macroinvertebrate habitats, and on the basis of fish habitat typing. The indicator species for determining adequate fish habitat is the stonecat (Notorus flavus).