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|Main Title||Fish habitat and channel conditions of nine streams in forested lands of Southeast Alaska and Afognak Island : final report, Project no. 44-005 /|
|Author||Martin, Douglas J.,|
|Publisher||Pentec Environmental, Inc.,|
|Subjects||Freshwater ecology--Alaska, Southeast ; Fishes--Habitat--Alaska, Southeast ; Logging--Environmental aspects--Alaska, Southeast ; Rivers--Environmental aspects--Alaska, Southeast ; Freshwater ecology--Alaska--Afognak Island ; Fishes--Habitat--Alaska--Afognak Island ; Logging--Environmental aspects--Alaska--Afognak Island ; Rivers--Environmental aspects--Alaska--Afognak Island|
|Collation||iii, 37 pages,  leaves : illustrations, 2 maps ; 28 cm|
"Prepared for Sealaska Corporation ... and Alaska Forest Association." Final report. "April 14, 1993." Includes bibliographical references (first sequence, page 37).
In August and September 1992, stream surveys were conducted on nine streams in Southeast Alaska and on Afognak Island (located north of Kodiak Island) on lands owned by Native corporations or managed by the Forest Service. Data are collected for future comparisons and to characterize existing fish habitat conditions in areas that have been recently harvested or are planned to be harvested in the future. The report contains a limited evaluation of potential effectiveness of new forest practices for fish habitat protection.