Hydroacoustic surveys of fish abundance and distribution in Twin Lakes, Colorado.

R. E. Thorne, Gary Thomas

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Abstract

During September, 1980, 2 distinct size groups of fish were observed: large fish below the thermocline (c12m) and small fish in the epilimnion. Large fish were predominantly lake trout Salvelinus namaycush. Their estimated population size was 14 600, with 95% confidence limits of 4100 to 25 000.-from Sport Fishery Abstracts

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationUnknown Host Publication Title
PublisherUS Department of the Interior, Water Power Resources Service; REC-ERC-81-4
StatePublished - Dec 1 1981
Externally publishedYes

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lake
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epilimnion
group size
thermocline
sport
population size
fishery
distribution

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  • Earth and Planetary Sciences(all)
  • Environmental Science(all)

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Thorne, R. E., & Thomas, G. (1981). Hydroacoustic surveys of fish abundance and distribution in Twin Lakes, Colorado. In Unknown Host Publication Title US Department of the Interior, Water Power Resources Service; REC-ERC-81-4.

Hydroacoustic surveys of fish abundance and distribution in Twin Lakes, Colorado. / Thorne, R. E.; Thomas, Gary.

Unknown Host Publication Title. US Department of the Interior, Water Power Resources Service; REC-ERC-81-4, 1981.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Thorne, RE & Thomas, G 1981, Hydroacoustic surveys of fish abundance and distribution in Twin Lakes, Colorado. in Unknown Host Publication Title. US Department of the Interior, Water Power Resources Service; REC-ERC-81-4.
Thorne RE, Thomas G. Hydroacoustic surveys of fish abundance and distribution in Twin Lakes, Colorado. In Unknown Host Publication Title. US Department of the Interior, Water Power Resources Service; REC-ERC-81-4. 1981
Thorne, R. E. ; Thomas, Gary. / Hydroacoustic surveys of fish abundance and distribution in Twin Lakes, Colorado. Unknown Host Publication Title. US Department of the Interior, Water Power Resources Service; REC-ERC-81-4, 1981.
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