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Tom Duckwall explains the importance of water temperature in streams and what mechanisms can affect that temperature.
The 4,000 miles of mountain streams in North Carolina provide the habitat for a broad and fascinating assortment of creatures and plant life.
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.
In photo format, the activities of a survey party working in the trout fishing area of the western part of the state are shown.
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.