OZAUKEE COUNTY: Lake Sturgeon Habitat Assessment in Ozaukee County

Purpose

Oz. Cty. P&P\2019s Depart. is undertaking a Sturgeon hab. assessment on the Milw. Rvr. from approx. river miles 16 to 32. Activities 1) Conduct a review on efforts, research and findings related to the status of Sturgeon hab. in the MR (MR) 2) Conduct remote analysis of accessible Oz. Cty portions of the MR to ID important spawning hab. or deep run or pool characteristics for juvenile refuge and winter adult habitat 3) Conduct a semi-quantitative Sturgeon hab. assessment at HWY T in the Tn. of Grafton 4) Conduct a semi-quantitative Sturgeon hab. assessment at the former Lime Kiln Dam impoundment in the Vil. of Grafton 5) Prepare a project summary report Deliverables to the DNR: 1) A GIS data layer and maps of suspected areas of hq Sturgeon spawning and wintering hab. in project boundary. 2) A paper and digital summary report on the status of efforts, research, and findings related to Sturgeon hab. and fish passage removal or remediation efforts in the MR; as well as analysis of recent wq data collected in the MR near the Lime Kiln Dam removal site. 3) A list of high priority hab. sites recommended for future field assessments. 4) A printed and digital Sturgeon hab. assessment report for the HWY T reach based on DNR monitoring protocols, including discussion on verification of assessment methods and noting any significant hab. changes that may have occurred since the DNR 2006 Sturgeon Rehab. In the MR study. 5) A printed and digital Sturgeon hab. assessment report for the former Lime Kiln Dam impound. reach, based on DNR monitoring protocols. 6) A printed and digital copy of a project summary report with all above components as well as maps of the same recommendations for future assessments and analysis. 7) A narrative summary of project outreach, any web-based sharing of information and efforts pertaining to the project that occur as part of Sturgeon Fest.

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Oz. Cty. P&P's Depart. is undertaking a Sturgeon hab. assessment on the Milw. Rvr. from approx. river miles 16 to 32. Activities 1) Conduct a review on efforts, research and findings related to the status of Sturgeon hab. in the MR (MR) 2) Conduct remote analysis of accessible Oz. Cty portions of the MR to ID important spawning hab. or deep run or pool characteristics for juvenile refuge and winter adult habitat 3) Conduct a semi-quantitative Sturgeon hab. assessment at HWY T in the Tn. of Grafton 4) Conduct a semi-quantitative Sturgeon hab. assessment at the former Lime Kiln Dam impoundment in the Vil. of Grafton 5) Prepare a project summary report Deliverables to the DNR: 1) A GIS data layer and maps of suspected areas of hq Sturgeon spawning and wintering hab. in project boundary. 2) A paper and digital summary report on the status of efforts, research, and findings related to Sturgeon hab. and fish passage removal or remediation efforts in the MR; as well as analysis of recent wq data collected in the MR near the Lime Kiln Dam removal site. 3) A list of high priority hab. sites recommended for future field assessments. 4) A printed and digital Sturgeon hab. assessment report for the HWY T reach based on DNR monitoring protocols, including discussion on verification of assessment methods and noting any significant hab. changes that may have occurred since the DNR 2006 Sturgeon Rehab. In the MR study. 5) A printed and digital Sturgeon hab. assessment report for the former Lime Kiln Dam impound. reach, based on DNR monitoring protocols. 6) A printed and digital copy of a project summary report with all above components as well as maps of the same recommendations for future assessments and analysis. 7) A narrative summary of project outreach, any web-based sharing of information and efforts pertaining to the project that occur as part of Sturgeon Fest.
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Oz. Cty. P&P's Depart. is undertaking a Sturgeon hab. assessment on the Milw. Rvr. from approx. river miles 16 to 32. Activities 1) Conduct a review on efforts, research and findings related to the status of Sturgeon hab. in the MR (MR) 2) Conduct remote analysis of accessible Oz. Cty portions of the MR to ID important spawning hab. or deep run or pool characteristics for juvenile refuge and winter adult habitat 3) Conduct a semi-quantitative Sturgeon hab. assessment at HWY T in the Tn. of Grafton 4) Conduct a semi-quantitative Sturgeon hab. assessment at the former Lime Kiln Dam impoundment in the Vil. of Grafton 5) Prepare a project summary report Deliverables to the DNR: 1) A GIS data layer and maps of suspected areas of hq Sturgeon spawning and wintering hab. in project boundary. 2) A paper and digital summary report on the status of efforts, research, and findings related to Sturgeon hab. and fish passage removal or remediation efforts in the MR; as well as analysis of recent wq data collected in the MR near the Lime Kiln Dam removal site. 3) A list of high priority hab. sites recommended for future field assessments. 4) A printed and digital Sturgeon hab. assessment report for the HWY T reach based on DNR monitoring protocols, including discussion on verification of assessment methods and noting any significant hab. changes that may have occurred since the DNR 2006 Sturgeon Rehab. In the MR study. 5) A printed and digital Sturgeon hab. assessment report for the former Lime Kiln Dam impound. reach, based on DNR monitoring protocols. 6) A printed and digital copy of a project summary report with all above components as well as maps of the same recommendations for future assessments and analysis. 7) A narrative summary of project outreach, any web-based sharing of information and efforts pertaining to the project that occur as part of Sturgeon Fest.
 
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