The Nature Conservancy's Emiquon Preserve Fish and Aquatic Vegetation Monitoring 2016 Field Report

Olivea M. Mendenhall, Andrew F. Casper

Research output: Book/Report/Conference proceedingTechnical report

Abstract

In the tenth year since establishment, The Emiquon Preserve maintains a growing and healthy assemblage of aquatic vegetation and fish, with little indication that non-native species are becoming dominant or degrading environmental conditions in the immediate future. Of 19 relevant KEAs measured in 2016, 14 were indicators were measured in 2016 and 5 were not. Of the 14 KEA indicator’s measured, 9 met the project goals, 5 did not and an additional 5 were not measured and cannot be assessed.
Original languageEnglish (US)
PublisherIllinois Natural History Survey
StatePublished - 2017

Publication series

NameINHS Technical Report 2017 (24)
No.24

Keywords

  • INHS

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