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In 2010, the Bureau of Reclamation, worked with several other federal agencies, the State of Arizona, and five Native American tribes to employ several analytical tools in a structured process. This process resulted in finding a way to control non-native fish to support recovery of the endangered humpback chub (Gila cypha) in the Colorado River, while recognizing a range of cultural, spiritual, ecological, recreational, and economic objectives. Mike will overview this SDM case study.
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