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Aquatic Habitat Connectivity
Every time you cross a stream on a road or trail, there is a structure in place to enable that crossing – many of these structures are poorly designed or have become degraded over time so they cut off the ability of aquatic organisms to move between habitats, and they can be unstable/prone to failure during storm events. Join staff from The Nature Conservancy to learn why aquatic habitat connectivity is so important to fishes, amphibians, mussels, and other species and how to assess the level of barrier presented by culverts under road crossings. We will go over the basics of aquatic connectivity and the methods used for measuring barriers and provide examples from the field of sites that have been assessed, the methods used to remediate the connectivity issues discovered, and the resulting benefits on aquatic habitat and fish movements.

Aug 27, 2020 05:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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