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Main Title Effects of Stream Channelization on Fishes and Bottom Fauna in the Little Sioux River, Iowa.
Author Hanse, Douglas R. ;
CORP Author Iowa State Water Resources Research Inst., Ames.
Year Published 1971
Report Number ISWRRI-38; DI-14-31-0001-3215; OWRR-A-035-IA; 10751,; A-035-IA(1)
Stock Number PB-201 746
Additional Subjects ( Rivers ; Channel flow) ; ( Water pollution ; Iowa) ; Fishes ; Channel improvements ; Temperature ; Animal migrations ; Invertebrates ; Catfishes ; Sampling ; Stream channelization effects
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NTIS  PB-201 746 Most EPA libraries have a fiche copy filed under the call number shown. Check with individual libraries about paper copy. NTIS 06/23/1988
Collation 125p
Abstract
Differences in certain physical factors, bottom fauna and fish populations were evaluated in channelized and unchannelized portions of the Little Sioux River, Iowa, during 1969-71. Little Sioux River is a turbid, warmwater river located in western Iowa. Characteristic stream channels were a meandering, non-uniform channel with heavy vegetative cover in the unchannelized section; and a straight channel with relatively uniform depth and no heavy vegetative cover in the channelized section. (Author)