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Brochure title:
Sampling Device to Determine Juvenile Pacific Lamprey Presence/Absence in Deep Water Habitats
Description:
Pacific lamprey populations, once abundant throughout the Pacific Northwest, have declined significantly over the past decade; the species is now designated as a federal Species of Concern by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Little information exists about the distribution, abundance, and habitat use of juvenile lamprey during their early life history when they spend up to seven years burrowed in riverbed substrates.
Clearance number:
PNNL-SA-93383
Contact/Custodian:
Mueller, Robert P (robert.mueller@pnnl.gov)
Date published:
February 2013
Number of pages:
2
Background information:
Category:
Environmental Studies and Remediation
Key words:
Juvenile Pacific Lamprey, water habitats, DEP Systems, ecology group, fish, ecology

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