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Official or unofficial reports produced by Marsh & Associates.

Bonita Creek Fish Monitoring 2015

Marsh & Associates (M&A) with assistance from Bureau of Land Management (BLM) visited lower Bonita Creek, Graham Co., Arizona to sample fishes …

Loach Minnow in Upper Blue River

Blue River is tributary to San Francisco River in the greater Gila River basin. Its headwaters are in the physiographic setting of …

Lake Havasu Bonytail: Annual Report 2014

Bonytail (Gila elegans) is federally listed as endangered and considered functionally extirpated from its historical range, and its presence in the Colorado …

2012 Lake Mohave final report

Summary Monitoring of repatriated razorback sucker (Xyrauchen texanus) in Lake Mohave has been conducted for twenty years, but low recapture rates have …

Lower Colorado River 2008 Final Report

Portions of the lower Colorado River between Parker and Laguna dams were surveyed during the period January 2006 to April 2008 as part of a broad program to assess efficacy of the stocking program for razorback sucker Xyrauchen texanus. Our findings document that short-term mortality is high and long-term survival is nil because of predation losses to nonnative fishes and to fish-eating birds.

Eagle Creek 2010 report

Fish surveys were conducted on portions of Eagle Creek, Greenlee County, Arizona, during 14-16 June 2010 to determine species composition, distribution, and relative abundance. Survey methods included backpack electroshocking, seining, dip netting, gill netting, trammel netting, and minnow trapping.

Eagle Creek 2009 report

Fish surveys were conducted on portions of Eagle Creek, Greenlee County, Arizona, during 15-17 June 2009 to determine species composition, distribution, and relative abundance. Survey methods included backpack electroshocking, seining, dip netting, gill netting, and hook and line.