Some articles on brook trout populations, brook trout, trout, brook:
... Brook trout populations depend on cold, clear, well-oxygenated water of high purity ... As early as the late 19th century, native brook trout in North America became extirpated from many watercourses as land development, forest clear-cutting, and industrialization took hold ... that were polluted, dammed, or silted up often became too warm to hold native brook trout, and were colonized by transplanted smallmouth bass and perch or other introduced salmonids such as brown and rainbow trout ...
... Brook Trout "Brook trout are Maryland’s only native freshwater trout species ... Brook trout in Maryland are valuable for aesthetic, recreational, economic, and biological reasons ... habitat and life history requirements, brook trout are typically found in the pristine, aesthetically pleasant areas of Maryland ...
... Creek (Little Juniata River) Bald Eagle Creek (West Branch Susquehanna River) Barden Brook Bates Run Beam Run Bear Creek (Allegheny River) Bear Creek (Lehi ...
... Juniata River) Bald Eagle Creek (West Branch Susquehanna River) Barden Brook Bates Run Beam Run Bear Creek (Allegheny River) Bear Creek (Lehigh River) Bear ...
... Albans Comstock Covered Bridge 01974-11-19November 19, 1974 Off VT 118 spanning the Trout River Montgomery District No ... Bridge 01974-11-05November 5, 1974 Off VT 104 over Mill Brook Fairfax Maple Street Covered Bridge Fairfield Street School 01996-11-07November 7, 78 ... Fairfield St St ... Fuller Covered Bridge 01974-12-23December 23, 1974 Town road over Black Falls Brook at Montgomery Village Montgomery Georgia Plain Baptist Church 02001-03-02March 2, 2001 Stonebridge Rd ...
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