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Title: Using the Fish Larvae and Egg Exposure System (FLEES) to generate effects data for informing environmental windows
Authors: Wilkens, Justin L.
Suedel, Burton C.
Keywords: Dredging--Environmental aspects
Sedimentation and deposition
Publisher: Environmental Laboratory (U.S.)
Series/Report no.: ERDC;TN-DOER-E42
Abstract: Purpose: The Fish Larvae and Egg Exposure System (FLEES) was designed to simulate the resuspension of sediment related to dredging operations and has been used over time to generate biological response data for dredging projects where environmental windows (EW) severely restrict dredging operations (Lutz et al. 2012). This technical note focuses on the physical and behavioral effects of resuspended sediment for the purpose of developing better informed EWs for dredging operations.
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