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North Carolina Projects and Studies

Aquatic Habitat Restoration

Provide information that permits resource-management agencies to improve the scientific basis for aquatic-habitat restoration decisions and to facilitate integration of scientific information relevant to habitat restoration.

Accounting for Water Needs of Southeast Region National Wildlife Refuges study area map

This project will provide spatially-explicit documentation of water quantity, timing, and distribution of water on six NWRs in the Southeast that are considered high priority due to known or potential stressors such as population growth, hydrologic manipulation, ongoing litigation, and/or recent changes in state water law.

Science Topic:
Aquatic Habitat Restoration
Support of Federal and State Programs

Continuous water-quality monitoring at Lake Mattamuskeet study area map

The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service has partnered with the U.S. Geological Survey to establish two automated continuous water-quality monitoring stations at Lake Mattamuskeet to collect data useful for management of the lake. Stations on the east and west side of the lake measure water level, clarity, dissolved oxygen, pH, temperature, salinity, and conductivity.

Science Topic:
Hydrologic and Geospatial data
Support of Federal and State Programs
Aquatic Habitat Restoration

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