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Map: Fish Passage Progress (2011) in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed

Fish passage is a key component to the restoration of anadromous fish (shad and river herring) in the Chesapeake Bay watershed. These fish are blocked from much of their historic spawning areas, which included waters over 200 miles from the Bay. Maryland, Virginia, Pennsylvania and the District of Columbia have set goals to provide fish passage to make much of those historic spawning areas once again accessible to migratory fish. Other species that benefit from the unblocking of streams include eels, native species such as brook trout and other resident species.

Author: Howard Weinberg

Date created: Mar 27 2012 / Download ( 1.52 MB )

Fish Passage Progress (2011) in the Chesapeake Bay Watershed
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