National Wetlands Newsletter
Article on the implementation of a Seep Spring Monitoring Program
with the Hualapai Department of Natural Resources and Dr. Larry Stevens
Existing assessment protocols do not adequately delineate the character of sites that exist in localized habitats without damaging them in the process.
The Hualapai Tribe has partnered with Dr. Larry Stevens of the Museum of Northern Arizona to implement the Seep-Spring Monitoring program on the Hualapai Reservation. The project which entails sampling protocols developed for the specifics of seeps and springs wetland habitats in the arid Southwest, samples a wide diversity of aquatic to terrestrial macro-invertebrates and assesses the seeps and spring sites during daytime and nocturnal times.
Please (Click here) to view a PDF copy of the article in the
National Wetlands Newsletter (Vol.33, No.1 Page 31)Environmental Law Institute.
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