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Maine is a water rich state, with thousands of miles of rivers and streams cutting through our fields and forests. There are also thousands of miles of public and private roads and trails that dissect the state, but in the past when it came to building crossings over those waterways the thought often was about how to get water from one side of the road to another, not about the fish trying to cross under the roads.
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Friday marked the first time in 180 years when water from the Penobscot River flowed through a section where the Coffer Dam used to be, behind the now removed Veazie Dam. Volunteers worked on the shores to help save stranded, dewatered mussels.
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It's been 3 months since the removal process started on the Veazie Dam. Since then water levels up stream of the Penobscot River have dropped dramatically.
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Construction workers begin Veazie Dam removal.
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Endangered and Threatened Marine Species Recovery Grant Awarded to Penobscot Indian Nation
NOAA has awarded the Penobscot Indian Nation with continued funding for their Atlantic salmon management and outreach projects.
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World Fish Migration Day
Welcome to Maine's resource page for World Fish Migration Day!
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Endangered species video
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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.
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File 2017-2019 Protocol Workshops: Epoxy Method Overview
An overview of the epoxy anchor method in the Water Temperature Working Group protocol, complete with pictures and datasheets, by Kirstin Underwood and Serena Doose (USFWS).
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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).
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