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  Aquatic Organism Passage Workshop: Guidelines for an Effectiveness Monitoring Protocol
   
  Background – Restoration of aquatic organism passage through culverts is a major focus of improving aquatic ecosystems in the United States. The cost of restoration has totaled hundreds of millions of dollars, with further work to be done on hundreds of thousands of structures that may act as barriers to aquatic organism movements. This massive investment has been motivated by the potential benefits of restoring access to aquatic habitats blocked by road-stream crossings. The challenge at this stage is to evaluate if restoration methods are producing crossings where individual aquatic organisms move as freely as they do under natural conditions. If possible, we would also like to verify that aquatic populations are actually benefitting from these efforts.
       
  Genetic Considerations for Evaluating and Monitoring Aquatic Organism Passage
     
  FX3 Video Tutorial

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Presenter: Helen Neville

Length:35:43

   
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  Culvert Inventory Presentation

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Presenter: James Peterson

Length:39:31

   
  Can We Use Sibship to Estimate Passability?
       
  Biology of Culvert Barriers

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Presenter: Ben Letcher

Length:16:48

   
  Habitat Fragmentation and Demography
     
  Fish Passage Design Workshop

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Presenter: Ben Letcher

Length:43:12

   
  Managing and Monitoring for Movement Within Stream Networks
  FL1 Culvert Case Study

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Presenter: Ted Castro-Santos

Length:48:07

 
 

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