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ID 2010-106-FA
Also Known As L-C6-10-MA
2010-106-FA
Abstract United States Geological Survey, Woods Hole, Massachusetts. Chief Scientist: Mike Bothner. Sampling; Sampling juvenile fish as they migrate into coastal water. data of field activity 2010-106-FA (L-C6-10-MA) in Oyster Pond, Falmouth, Massachusetts, United States, North America from 10/07/2010 to 10/07/2010
Organization United States Geological Survey, Woods Hole, Massachusetts
Project/Theme Toxic Supp. of Biogeochem. Cycle
Chief Scientist Mike Bothner
Activity Type Sampling; Sampling juvenile fish as they migrate into coastal water.
Area of Operation Oyster Pond, Falmouth, Massachusetts, United States, North America, Massachusetts
Bounding Coordinates
42.75000
-73.75000     -68.25000
41.25000
Ports LEAVE Oyster Pond Weir, Falmouth MA
ARRIVE Oyster Pond Weir, Falmouth MA
Dates 10/07/2010 (JD 280) to 10/07/2010 (JD 280)
Analog Materials No analog holdings.
Information Specialist
Mike Casso
Crew
Mike Bothner Chief Scientist
Purpose
Determine the concentrations of mercury in the fish of Oyster Pond.
Information to be Derived
Samples and chemical analysis;Samples and chemical analysis;
Determinations of mercury in white perch and river herring.
Summary
Four specimens of adult white perch were collected within 10 m upstream and 
downstream of  the Oyster Pond weir using a spinning rod with a streamer fly 
that resembled the migrating YOY herring.  The fly was cast with the aid of a 
water filled bobber.  The fish weights ranged from 125-513 grams.  They were 
sampled for analysis of total mercury and the remainder was wrapped in aluminum 
foil and frozen as a archive.
Notes
Sponsoring Office:
Woods Hole Coastal and Marine Science Center
Number of days at sea:
1
Navigation Methods:
none;
Data Types:
Other geochemical,
Degree of Certainty:
100%
Continuous Data (in km):
0
Number of Stations Occupied:
1
Number of Submersible Dives:
0
Science Strategy:
Ecosystems;Human Health;
Notes:
Samples of fish will be collected using a cast net and/or rod and reel fishing 
tackle at the southern end of Oyster Pond between the weir and the culvert.
Submitted By:
Mike Bothner
Report Date:
2011-01-10 11:04:13
Project Number
2921-BOF7T
Funding
USGS
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2010-106-FA location map of where navigation 

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