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NOAA Announces Initiation of Atlantic Salmon Five-Year Status Review
Endangered and Threatened Species; Initiation of 5-Year Review for the Endangered Gulf of Maine Distinct Population Segment of Atlantic Salmon
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Maine Stream Habitat Viewer
Maine Stream Habitat Viewer has migrated to a new website
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File December 2019: SHEDS Applications Beyond New England
This presentation by Dr Jeffrey Walker (USGS, UMass-Amherst) explores the capabilities of Interactive Catchment Explorer spatial applications beyond New England. Current projects include tracking movements of PIT-tagged fish, evaluating ecological benefits of culvert and dam improvements, assessing vulnerability of endangered fish, and a streamflow alteration study. The presentation contains links to each interactive tool.
Located in Groups / Water Temperature Working Group / Meeting Presentations, Notes and Agendas
File D source code December 2019: Stream Grade Considerations for Epoxy Anchor Method
Many of our temperature loggers have been lost due to ice scour. This presentation by Kirstin Underwood (USFWS) briefly explores and analyzes stream grade considerations for the epoxy vs chain anchor method.
Located in Groups / Water Temperature Working Group / Meeting Presentations, Notes and Agendas
File 2017 - 2019 Protocol Workshops: Chain-Anchor Method Overview
An overview of the chain-anchor method, plus additional information on stream temperature data and thermal profiling methods by Scott Craig (USFWS).
Located in Groups / Water Temperature Working Group / Meeting Presentations, Notes and Agendas
File Atlantic Salmon Refugia Identification
USGS/NOAA Partnership
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The Stream Habitat Viewer was created to enhance statewide stream restoration and conservation efforts. The Viewer provides a starting point for towns, private landowners, and others to learn more about stream habitats across the state.
Located in Groups / Stream Connectivity Working Group