Hernandez et al 2019 environmental DNA fish presence south sound

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Hernandez, J., T. Franklin, J. Dysthe, K. Carim, M. Young, K. McKelvey, and M. Shwartz. 2019. Environmental DNA sampling for the detection of Salmonidiae and Cottidae DNA by the Wild Fish Conservancy in the South Puget Sound sub-basin, Washington. Prepared by USFS Rocky Mountain Research Station and National Genomics Center for Wildlife and Fish Conservation, Missoula, MT. Prepared for Jamie Glasgow, Wild Fish Conservancy.

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  • Describes detected presence of fish species using eDNA techniques in many small streams in South Puget Sound.