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25287
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Tom Duckwall explains the importance of water temperature in streams and what mechanisms can affect that temperature.
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Currents (NoCar TD 171.3 P3 P35x), Vol. 24 Issue 2, Spring 2005, p1, 3, il
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1773
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The 4,000 miles of mountain streams in North Carolina provide the habitat for a broad and fascinating assortment of creatures and plant life.
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28312
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The relative abundance of streamside salamanders and the availability of protective cover was assessed at three study sites along Mill Creek in Highlands, Macon County, North Carolina. Area-constrained searches of rocks demonstrated a significant reduction in salamander diversity as a result of severe sedimentation and loss of microhabitat.
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37792
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In photo format, the activities of a survey party working in the trout fishing area of the western part of the state are shown.
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38675
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During a weekend spent fishing, a man reflects on the setting of a place along a stream that was good for trout, and away from pesky bugs.