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Impacts of historic land use on trout habitat in the Southern Appalachians.Author(s): C. Andrew Dolloff
Source: Proceedings of the Wild Trout V symposium; 1994 September 26-27; Yellowstone National Park. [Place of publication unknown]: [Publisher unknown]: 121-124.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionLand use has had a major impact on habitat structure in the Southern Appalachians. One of the most conspicuous changes has been the loss of large woody debris (LWD). Human use has so changed the structure and composition of most forested watersheds that is difficult for average citizens to understand why LWD matters. Research is underway to determine the effect of adding LWD on trout, trout habitat, and macroinvertebrates in two southwest Virginia streams.
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CitationDolloff, C. Andrew. 1995. Impacts of historic land use on trout habitat in the Southern Appalachians. Proceedings of the Wild Trout V symposium; 1994 September 26-27; Yellowstone National Park. [Place of publication unknown]: [Publisher unknown]: 121-124.
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