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Summary of Monitoring Findings for Fiscal Year 2002: Figures
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Summary of Monitoring Findings for Fiscal Year 2002

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1. Long Term Resource Monitoring Program study areas and locations of field stations.
2. Mean discharge (m3/sec x 1,000) at the St. Louis gaging station, Upper Mississippi River System, 2002.
3. Water elevations (feet above mean sea level) for Pool 4, January 2002–January 2003, Upper Mississippi River System.
4. Water elevations (feet above mean sea level) for Pool 8, January 2002–January 2003, Upper Mississippi River System.
5. Water elevations (feet above mean sea level) for Pool 13, January 2002–January 2003, Upper Mississippi River System.
6. Water elevations (feet above mean sea level) for Pool 26, January 2002–January 2003, Upper Mississippi River System.
7. Water elevations (feet above mean sea level) for the Open River Reach, January 2002–January 2003, Upper Mississippi River System.
8. Water elevations (feet above mean sea level) for La Grange Pool, January 2002–January 2003, Upper Mississippi River System.
9. Main channel total suspended solids trends in four of the Long Term Resource Monitoring Program study areas, Upper Mississippi River System. Values are mean concentrations (mg/L) during spring random sampling, 1994–2002.
10. Mississippi River water temperatures (oC) in northern (A: Pools 4, 8, and 13) and southern (B: Pool 26 and Open River) Long Term Resource Monitoring Program study areas during winter random sampling, 1994–2002, Upper Mississippi River System. Data are from all strata.
11. Percent oxygen saturation in the Mississippi River at northern (A: Pools 4, 8, and 13) and southern (B: Pool 26 and Open River) Long Term Resource Monitoring Program study areas during winter random sampling, 1994–2002, Upper Mississippi River System. Data are from all strata.
12. Chlorophyll-a concentrations (g/L) in the Mississippi River at northern (A: Pools 4, 8, and 13) and southern (B: Pool 26 and Open River) Long Term Resource Monitoring Program study areas during winter random sampling, 1994–2002, Upper Mississippi River System. Data are from all strata.
13. Percent frequency of occurrence of submersed aquatic vegetation in upper Pool 4, 1991–2001, Upper Mississippi River System.
14. Abundance (rake index) of submersed aquatic vegetation in Pool 13, 1998–2001, Upper Mississippi River System.
15. Canonical ordination of pools based on similarities on vegetation species and abundance, 2002 (Pools 4, 5, 7, 8, 11, 12, 13, and 26 of the Mississippi River and La Grange Pool of the Illinois River).
16. Mean mayfly (Ephemeridae) abundance from 1992 to 2002, Upper Mississippi River System.
17. Mean fingernail clam (Sphaeriidae) abundance from 1992 to 2002, Upper Mississippi River System.
18. Mean midge (Chironomidae) abundance from 1992 to 2002, Upper Mississippi River System.
19. Mayfly abundances in Lake Pepin, Pool 4 of the Upper Mississippi River System (1992–2002).
February 19, 2004
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