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Haskell, C.A., K.F. Tiffan, R.C. Koch, and D.W. Rondorf. 2005. Crims Island habitat restoration in the Columbia River estuary-fisheries monitoring and evaluation, 2003. US Army Corps of Engineers, Portland District, Contract Number W68SBV11591407. http://cw-environment.usace.army.mil/restore/freshmarsh/pdfs/2003%20Crims%20Final%20Report.pdf.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 19677
Type: Report
Author: Haskell, C.A., K.F. Tiffan, R.C. Koch, and D.W. Rondorf.
Date (year): 2005
Report TitleCrims Island habitat restoration in the Columbia River estuary-fisheries monitoring and evaluation, 2003.
Publisher:US Army Corps of Engineers, Portland District, Contract Number W68SBV11591407.
Publisher Location:
Pages: 28 pp
URL: http://cw-environment.usace.army.mil/restore/freshmarsh/pdfs/2003%20Crims%20Final%20Report.pdf
Keywords: killifish,
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Alosa sapidissima

    OR - Columbia River (R.M. 54) at Crims Island [~7 miles below Longview, WA]

Cyprinus carpio

    OR - Columbia River (R.M. 54) at Crims Island [~7 miles below Longview, WA]

Fundulus diaphanus

    OR - Columbia River (R.M. 54) at Crims Island [~7 miles below Longview, WA]

Lepomis gibbosus

    OR - Columbia River (R.M. 54) at Crims Island [~7 miles below Longview, WA]

Lepomis macrochirus

    OR - Columbia River (R.M. 54) at Crims Island [~7 miles below Longview, WA]

Micropterus salmoides

    OR - Columbia River (R.M. 54) at Crims Island [~7 miles below Longview, WA]

Perca flavescens

    OR - Columbia River (R.M. 54) at Crims Island [~7 miles below Longview, WA]

Pomoxis nigromaculatus

    OR - Columbia River (R.M. 54) at Crims Island [~7 miles below Longview, WA]


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