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Distribution and relative abundance of fishes in Wisconsin: II. Black, Trempealeau, and Buffalo River basins

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Fago, Don. Hine, Ruth L., 1923-, Editor
Distribution and relative abundance of fishes in Wisconsin: II. Black, Trempealeau, and Buffalo River basins
(Technical bulletin (Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources), No. 140)
Madison, Wisconsin: Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources, 1983
120 pages : illustrations, maps ; 28 cm

A statewide survey of the inland waters of Wisconsin was initiated in 1974 by the Bureau of Research, Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources to establish a comprehensive data base on the distribution and relative abundance of all fish species. The St. Croix River basin was sampled from 1975 through 1983 at 920 stations by research personnel, at 10 stations by Dr. James Underhill and his students from the University of Mennesota, at 10 stations by fish management personnel, and at 1 station by students of Dr. George Becker from UW-Stevens Point. An additional 257 stations were partially sampled by fish management personnel and other collectors.

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Contents

[Cover]

Preface

Abstract, p. [1]

Contents, p. [2]

Study area, pp. 3-5

Methods, pp. 5-11

Results and discussion, pp. 11-23

Recommendations, pp. 23-25

Literature cited, p. 25

Appendix A. Supplementary data, pp. 26-32

Appendix B. Distribution maps for all species collected during 1975-82, pp. 33-map 86 ff.

Index to maps, p. 120

Acknowledgments

[Cover]


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