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Fig. 8 | Animal Biotelemetry

Fig. 8

From: Real-time nodes permit adaptive management of endangered species of fishes

Fig. 8

Histograms with bars indicating the frequencies of winter-run smolts detected at the real-time node situated at the Capital Freeway Bridge near Sacramento during 2014 and 2015. Also plotted is the flow in cfs measured by the USGS gage situated at Wilkins, California. Note that the peaks in the detection of fish by the node coincide during both years with rapid increases in the flow rates due to a rain event

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