Development of a systematic sampling scheme for the Lake Washington drainage Public Deposited

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  • To determine productivity of fish, we will require an estimate of relative abundance that can be expanded later into estimates of biomass. Our work has shown that much of the fish production in Lake Washington is in the form of nonsalmonid and nongame species, such as peamouth and northern squawfish. As the title of our proposal indicates, we are attempting to develop a systematic sampling scheme that eventually will allow us to estimate the relative abundance of the key species, or perhaps all 35 species, of fish that inhabit the drainage and to expand these estimates into terms of biomass or energy.
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