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Knowledge, beliefs, and attitudes toward endangered fish of the upper Colorado River basin

Knowledge, beliefs, and attitudes toward endangered fish of the upper Colorado River basin

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Published by Human Dimensions in Natural Resources Unit, College of Natural Resources, Colorado State University in Fort Collins, Colo .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Fishes -- Colorado.,
  • Endangered species -- Colorado -- Public opinion.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby Jerry J. Vaske, Maureen P. Donnelly, Michelle Lyon.
    SeriesHDNRU report -- no. 20.
    ContributionsDonnelly, Maureen P., Lyon, Michelle., U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Paginationvi, 88 p.
    Number of Pages88
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17684953M

    Upper Colorado River Commissioner, James Eklund, along with staff from the Colorado Attorney General’s Office and Colorado Water Conservation Board, hosted a webinar this morning to present, for the first time, draft documents outlining the framework of Drought Contingency Plans for the Upper Colorado River Basin states. Rafael River, as well as from dispersed, basin-wide, endangered fish monitoring efforts throughout the upper Colorado River basin. Our objective was to evaluate the use of the San Rafael River, a small tributary to the Green River, by sensitive and endangered fishes. METHODS Study area.—The San Rafael River drains 4, km2 inCited by:

    River Basin Focus-Area Study. The Colorado River Basin WaterSMART Focus-Area Study The Colorado River is a critical water sup-ply for much of the Southwestern United States. The River supplies water to more than 25 mil-lion people and irrigates more than 3 million acres of cropland across seven “basin states.” Increasing population Cited by: 2. Get this from a library! Recovery program for the endangered fishes of the Upper Colorado.. [Recovery Program for Endangered Fish of the Upper Colorado River Basin.; U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service.;].

      FLAGSTAFF, Ariz. — An endangered fish that makes its home in the Colorado River basin no longer is at the brink of extinction. The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service said Thursday it will consider reclassifying the humpback chub as threatened within the next year. FLOW RECOMMENDATIONS TO BENEFIT ENDANGERED FISHES IN THE COLORADO AND GUNNISON RIVERS Recovery Program Project Number 54 Final Report July Charles W. McAda U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service Horizon Drive, Building B Grand Junction, Colorado


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Knowledge, beliefs, and attitudes toward endangered fish of the upper Colorado River basin Download PDF EPUB FB2

Get this from a library. Knowledge, beliefs, and attitudes toward endangered fish of the upper Colorado River basin: project report. [Jerry J Vaske; Maureen P Donnelly; Michelle Lyon; U.S.

Fish. Implementation Program for the Endangered Fishes of the Upper Colorado River Basin. U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Denver, Colorado.

Crist, L. W., and D. Ryden. Genetics management plan for the endangered fishes of the San Juan River. Final Report to the San Juan River Recovery Implementation Program.

There are currently four native fish species that are endangered in the upper Colorado River—the bonytail, humpback chub, Colorado pikeminnow, and razorback sucker. And to help bring these animals back from the brink of extinction, the Upper Colorado River Endangered Fish Recovery Program was created.

The Program is a unique partnership of local, state, and federal agencies; water and. The hydrologic, geomorphic, and ecologic effects of reservoir operations are thought to be key factors Knowledge the decline of native fishes in the upper Colorado River basin.

The present paper examines the extent to which changes in streamflow and sediment loads have affected alluvial reaches of the Colorado River near Grand Junction, by: Geomorphology and endangered fish habitats of the upper Colorado River 1.

Historic changes in streamflow, sediment load, and channel morphology Mark M. Van Steeter and John Pitlick Department of Geography, University of Colorado, Boulder Abstract. Knowledge hydrologic, geomorphic, and ecologic effects of reservoir operations areCited by: 2 POPULATION TRENDS OF SMALLMOUTH BASS IN THE UPPER COLORADO RIVER BASIN WITH AN EVALUATION OF REMOVAL EFFECTS Final Report Prepared by, André R.

Breton1, Dana L. Winkelman2, John A. Hawkins3 and Kevin R. Bestgen3 1Colorado Cooperative Fish and Wildlife Research Unit, Colorado State University, Campus Mail, Fort Collins, ColoradoUSA. The Colorado River Fishery Project – Grand Junction (CRFP) was established in to conduct research and management activities to benefit four endangered fish species in the upper Colorado River Basin.

It was expanded in to include spawning and rearing facilities for the endangered fish. Illegally introduced burbot (Lota lota) populations have spread throughout the Green River drainage (GRD) of the upper Colorado River Basin in Wyoming and Utah, USA where they are having adverse effects on native and sport analyzed existing data to evaluate the status of burbot in southwestern Wyoming.

Burbot appear to have been illegally introduced into Big Sandy Reservoir in Cited by: Numbers of fishes collected in the White River, Colorado, above Kenney Reservoir basin (river kilometers ) fromand below Taylor Draw Dam (river kilometers ) fromand and File Size: 1MB.

Partners of the Upper Colorado River Endangered Fish Recovery Program are recovering four species of endangered fish in the Colorado River and its tributaries in Colorado, Utah, and Wyoming while water use and development continues to meet human needs in compliance with interstate compacts and applicable federal and state laws.

The Colorado River District supports the Upper Colorado River Endangered Fish Recovery Program and its dual purpose of recovering fish species listed as endangered while allowing historical water use and water development to continue consistent with state law and Colorado’s entitlements under the Colorado River Compacts.

The Upper Colorado Endangered Fish Recovery Program has worked behind the scenes for the past 30 years to help keep water users along the upper basin compliant with the Endangered Species Act (ESA).

Established in and managed jointly by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service and the U.S. Bureau of Reclamation, the program’s goal is to achieve full recovery of the four.

Subject: Final 1 Assessment of "~ufficienh!rogress" under the Upper Colorado River Endangered Fish Recovery Program in the Upper Colorado River Basin, and of Implementation of Action Items in the Decem"Mile Reach" Programmatic Biological Opinion and December 4, "Gunnison River Basin.

he Upper Colorado River Endangered Fish Recovery and San Juan River Basin Recovery Implementation Programs have a broad range of partners that include state and federal agencies, water development interests, power customers, American Indian tribes, and environmental organizations.

Partners have made long-term com. Inthe Upper Colorado River Endangered Fish Recovery Program was established to help bring four species of endangered fish back from the brink of extinction: the humpback chub, bonytail, Colorado pikeminnow, and razorback sucker.

The Recovery Program is a unique partnership of local, state, and federal agencies, water and power interests, and environmental groups working to recover endangered fish in the Upper Colorado River Basin.

Twenty-nine species of fishes were collected in the middle and upper Colorado River basins in The native suckers, Catostomus latipinnis and C.

discobolus, were the dominant species in. study unit, which have an associated effect on fish community composition. Effects of Water Quality and Habitat on Composition of Fish Communities in the Upper Colorado River Basin —Jeffrey R.

Deacon and Scott V. Mize Natural and human factors in the Upper Colorado River Basin result in differences in water quality and fish by: 9. The Upper Colorado River Endangered Fish Recovery Program is a cooperative partnership of local, state and federal agencies, water organizations, power customers and environmental groups established in to recover the endangered fishes while water development proceeds in accordance with federal and state laws and interstate compacts.

Upper Colorado River. - Geomorphology and endangered fish habitats of the upper Colorado River. Vanstetter. - Status and Trends of Colorado Pikeminnow.

Osmundson et al. - An Evaluation of the Role of Tributaries for the Recovery of Endangered Fishes in the Upper Colorado River and Recommendationsfor Future Recovery Actions. Tyus. Colorado over a long period of time has had many new species of fishes that were introduced into Colorado water.

Colorado is home to 55 species of fish reported in the riverine habitat that includes native and introduced. Now Colorado offers fish species for fishing in the different headwater like the Colorado River, Arkansas River, Rio Grande, and the South Platte : Alabama, Alaska, Arizona, Arkansas, California.

The Northern Pike Esox lucius is invasive in the upper Green and Yampa River basins of Colorado and Utah and impedes endangered fish recovery in the upper Colorado River basin.Mary Christina Wood, A Comparison: Lessons from the Columbia Basin and the Upper Colorado Basin Fish Recovery Efforts, in BIODIVERSITY PROTECTION: IMPLEMENTATION AND REFORM OF THE ENDANGERED SPECIES ACT (Natural Res.

Law Ctr., Univ. of Colo. Sch. of Law ). Reproduced with permission of the Getches-Wilkinson.A new Colorado State University report commissioned by the Eagle River Watershed Council studied the state of the Eagle River. “It’s clearly showing that the biggest threat to this portion of the Upper Colorado is reduced flows.

It’s impacting wildlife for sure, most notably the fish,” said the council’s executive director Holly Loff.