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Site locations for the National Electrofishing Programme for Scotland (NEPS) and west coast SAC rivers (2018)

This record contains the site locations for the National Electrofishing Programme for Scotland (NEPS) and supplementary SAC monitoring to be collected during summer 2018. The final site locations could change depending on the suitability of sites for electrofishing and the need for any over samples .

doi: 
10.7489/12112-1
Citation: 
Millidine, K. J., Fryer, R. J., Jackson, F. L., Glover, R. S., & Malcolm, I. A. 2018. Site locations for the National Electrofishing Programme for Scotland (NEPS) and west coast SAC rivers (2018). DOI: 10.7489/12112-1

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Publisher
Modified
2019-04-04
Release Date
2018-07-19
Identifier
ab23baef-ef3e-43ad-b40e-3a66f20241e3
Spatial / Geographical Coverage Location
Scotland
License
UK Open Government Licence (OGL)
Author
Marine Scotland
Data Dictionary

Marine Scotland has established a programme of research to develop a juvenile assessment method that can be used to determine the status of salmon populations at a range of spatial scales. The National Electrofishing Programme for Scotland (NEPS) provides the electrofishing data required to support this work. NEPS has been designed using a stratified,unequal probability, generalised random tessellation stratified (GRTS) sample. An overview of the network design is provided here: http://www.gov.scot/Resource/0053/00538332.pdf Further details of NEPS and the wider work programme can be found at: https://www.gov.scot/Topics/marine/Salmon-Trout-Coarse/Freshwater/Monito...

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Marine Scotland Science
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Public