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Comparison of Two Techniques for Surveying Headwater Stream Amphibians

By Timothy Quinn, Marc P. Hayes and Daniel J. DuggerTiffany L. Hicks, Annette Hoffman, Timothy Quinn, Marc P. Hayes and Daniel J. Dugger


The Washington Forest Practices Board (FPB) adopted an adaptive management program in concurrence with the Forests and Fish Report (FFR) and subsequent legislation. The purpose of this program is to: Provide science-based recommendations and technical information to assist the board in determining if and when it is necessary or advisable to adjust rules and guidance for aquatic resources to achieve resource goals and objectives. (Forest Practices Rules, WAC 222-12-045) To provide the science needed to support adaptive management, the FPB made the Cooperative Monitoring, Evaluation and Research Committee (CMER) a participant in the program. The FPB empowered CMER to conduct research, effectiveness monitoring, and validation monitoring in accordance with guidelines recommended in the FFR. Disclaimer The opinions, findings, conclusions, or recommendations expressed in this report/product are those of the authors. They do not necessarily reflect the views of any participant in, or committee of, the Timber/Fish/Wildlife Agreement, or the Washington Fores

Year: 2007
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