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ID 09031
Also Known As P-31-09-MA
09031
Abstract United States Geological Survey, Woods Hole, Massachusetts. Chief Scientist: Mike Bothner. Data (Wire basket fishing net, Fine mesh hand held cloth net) of field activity 09031 (P-31-09-MA) in Oyster Pond, Falmouth, Massachusetts, North America, North Atlantic from 04/29/2009 to 04/29/2009
Organization United States Geological Survey, Woods Hole, Massachusetts
Project/Theme Coastal Geologic Processes and Long-term Environmental Change in the Northeast U.S.
Chief Scientist Mike Bothner
Owner
Submersible
Area of Operation Oyster Pond, Falmouth, Massachusetts, North America, North Atlantic, Massachusetts
Bounding Coordinates
42.75000
-73.75000     -68.25000
41.25000
Dates 04/29/2009 (JD 119) to 04/29/2009 (JD 119)
Analog Materials No analog holdings.
Information Specialist
Mike Casso
Crew
Mike Bothner Chief Scientist
Andrew Schroth associate fish sampling specialist.
Equipment Used
Wire basket fishing net
Fine mesh hand held cloth
Purpose
Collect returning river herring and migrating young of
the year american eels from the outlet of Oyster Pond and the Trunk River
in order to estimate the flux of Hg into and out of this coastal ecosystem
with migrating fish.
Information to be Derived
Fish samples will be collected, weighed, subsampled, and
analyzed for Hg concentrations.
Summary
7 adult herring were collected 10 meters upstream of the
the Bike Path Bridge over the Trunk River. All fish were migrating
upstream.  Approximately 15 young-of-the-year American eels were collected
with a fine mesh net at the south end of Oyster Pond at the weir.
Notes
1 day at sea.
Data types: Fish samples will be collected, weighed, subsampled, and
analyzed for Hg concentrations.
Fish were collected between 8:30 and 9:30 PM on April
29.  Flow was strongly out at both locations.  Hand held nets on wooden
handles were used. Particpants did not use boots.  A large snapping turtle
was observed by flashlight for 5 minutes at the Oyster Pond Weir.
Project Number
2921-BOF70
Funding
USGS
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