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Restoration Science and Technology

USGS research and technology provides the scientific basis for the adaptive management of aquatic species and aquatic habitats in the United States. USGS scientists examine the physiology, life history, reproduction, and habitat needs of specific life stages of fish and other aquatic organisms to assist fishery managers develop techniques to understand, conserve, and restore fish communities. The USGS provides scientific information and expertise to restore aquatic habitats, and ecosystems.

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