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Water year 2018 exploratory juvenile Oncorhynchus mykiss sampling in Coyote Creek
Santa Clara Valley Water District Environmental Mitigation and Monitoring Unit
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Abstract: The purpose of this effort was to detect presence of steelhead/rainbow trout (Oncorhynchus mykiss, O. mykiss for the remainder of the document), record presence/absence of other fish species in Coyote Creek, and develop an understanding of the efforts required to conduct this level of monitoring in Coyote Creek. Three locations on Coyote Creek were sampled on October 22, 2018. Flow at the Santa Clara Valley Water District ALERT Gage Coyote at Madrone 5082 was approximately 48 cubic feet per second (cfs) at the time of sampling. This flow level made establishing and maintaining block nets difficult. Methods were altered to account for sampling under these conditions, including only conducting single electrofishing passes. Results are summarized at each location sampled and include the total number captured for the single pass electrofishing effort.
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Steelhead (Fish)--California--Coyote Creek
Coyote Creek
Coyote Creek
Santa Clara Valley Water District Library
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