Access and transmission corridor aquatic investigations (July-October 1983) /
Pt. 1: An evaluation of aquatic habitat and fish resources within the proposed Susitna Hydroelectric Project access corridor.
|Alternate Title:||Access and transmission corridor studies.|
Population dynamics of arctic grayling in the upper Susitna basin.
|Additional Author(s):||Schmidt, Dana C.|
Sautner, Joseph S.
|Corporate Contributor(s):||Alaska Power Authority.|
Alaska. Susitna Hydro Aquatic Studies.
|Publisher:||Alaska Department of Fish and Game, Susitna Hydro Aquatic Studies,|
|Report Numbers:||APA 2049|
|Series:||Document (Susitna Hydroelectric Project) ;
no. 2049. |
Report (Alaska. Susitna Hydro Aquatic Studies) ; no. 4.
|Online Access:||Link to Full Text|
|Library Holdings:||Print Versions|
|Summary:||Pt. 1: An evaluation of aquatic habitat and fish resources within the proposed Susitna Hydroelectric Project access corridor.|
Pt. 2: Presents population dynamics model to determine effects of catch and release management strategies in anticipation of a sport fishery of arctic grayling. Improved access to such a fishery in the upper Susitna River basin would be associated with the hydroelectric project. Sampling sites were located along tributaries (mostly at areas of confluence) of the Susitna River above the Devil Canyon dam site.
|Physical Description:||xi, 89, iii, 26 pages : illustrations, maps ; 28 cm.|
|Notes:||Series appears on cover as: Susitna Hydro Aquatic Studies report series.|
"Susitna file no. 184.108.40.206."
|Bibliography:||Includes bibliographical references.|