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Aquatic Comprehensive Plan Implementation - Project 2: Species-Based Conservation (T-036-2)

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Summary

The goal of this project is to conserve and enhance Montana┬┐s aquatic ecosystems through implementation of its Comprehensive Fish and Wildlife Conservation Strategy. Conservation tasks during the grant period were directed at achieving objectives outlined in the Candidate Conservation Agreement with Assurances (CCAA) for Arctic grayling and toward conserving Westslope Cutthroat Trout populations in Central Montana. Results can be found in the associated reference reports.

Time Span

08/17/2007–08/15/2012 "Incomplete"

Primary Investigator

  • Bruce Rich
  • Co-Principal Investigator

    • Peter Lamothe
    • Jim Magee
    • David Moser
    • Lee Nelson

Focus Areas

Aquatic
  • Big Hole River
  • Middle Missouri River & Tributaries

Communities

Aquatic
  • Mountain Streams

References

  • Lamoth, P. 2010. Candidate Conservation Agreement with Assurances for fluvial Arctic grayling in the upper Big Hole River. 2009 Annual Report. Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks. 16 pp.

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  • Horton, T. and A. Brooks. 2009. Aquatic SWG Interim Report T36: 8/15/08-8/14/09. Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks. 10 pp.

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  • Horton, T. and A. Brooks. 2008. Aquatic SWG Interim Report T36: 8/15/07-8/14/08. Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks. 10 pp.

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  • Peter Lamothe, 2008, Candidate Conservation Agreement with Assurances for Fluvial Arctic Grayling in the Upper Big Hole River Status Report

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  • Peter Lamothe, James Magee, Emily Rens, Adam Petersen, 2007, Candidate Conservation Agreement with Assurances for Fluvial Arctic Grayling in the Upper Big Hole River

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