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Development of Methods for Effects-Driven Cumulative Effects Assessment Using Fish Populations

Moose River Project (Setac Technical Publications Series)

by Kelly R. Munkittrick

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Published by S E T a C Foundation for .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Cumulative effects assessment (Environmental assessment),
  • Ontario,
  • Effect of water pollution on,
  • Fishes,
  • Cumulative effects assessment,
  • Moose River Watershed,
  • Nature/Ecology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    Number of Pages256
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL9609092M
    ISBN 101880611414
    ISBN 109781880611418
    OCLC/WorldCa44454663

    Project staff have held in depth discussions with members of this project, and joined two workshops conducted by Theme C. Exposure maps and LTMP data recently supplied to project staff of project E1 for a collaborative project that will investigate the indirect effects of cumulative impacts on fish populations of the GBR. The guidance directs each office of the EPA to take into account cumulative risk issues in scoping and planning major risk assessments and to consider a broader scope that integrates multiple sources, effects, pathways, stressors, and populations for cumulative risk analyses in all cases for which relevant data are available.   Artificial reefs continue to be added as habitat throughout the world, yet questions remain about how reef design affects fish diversity and abundance. In the present study, the effects of reef density were assessed for fish communities and sizes of economically valuable Lutjanus campechanus 13 km off Port Mansfield, Texas, at a reef composed of more than concrete culverts.


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Development of Methods for Effects-Driven Cumulative Effects Assessment Using Fish Populations by Kelly R. Munkittrick Download PDF EPUB FB2

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Development of methods for effects-driven cumulative effects assessment using fish populations. Pensacola, Fla.: Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, © (OCoLC)   If sustainable development of Canadian waters is to be achieved, a realistic and manageable framework is required for assessing cumulative effects.

The objective of this paper is to describe an approach for aquatic cumulative effects assessment that was developed under the Northern Rivers Ecosystem Initiative. The approach is based on a review of existing monitoring Cited by: Effects-based assessment of the responses of fish populations While responses of aquatic systems to stress can be identified across a range of levels of biological organization, I have developed an approach to cumulative effects assessment that is driven by the.

CB PORTT's 3 research works with citations and reads, including: The development of cumulative effects assessment tools using fish populations. In: Integrated Assessment of Ecosystem Health. Development of methods for effects-driven cumulative effects assessment using fish populations: Moose River project, SETAC Technical Publication Series.

Effects The Development of Cumulative Effects Assessment Tools Using Fish Populations - Munkittrick Air Pollutants and Forests: Effect at the Organismal Scale - Fan DNA Fingerprinting as a Means to Identify Sources of Soil-Derived Dust: Problems and Potential - Bruns Microbial Proteins as Biomarkers of Ecosystem Health - Ogunseitan.

Cumulative effects of small habitat modifications cannot be simply and easily written into a precise linear equation, due to mathematical limitations.

Even without the application of quantitative techniques, certain conclusions can be drawn. All individual effects to fish habitat result in cumulative effects.

deals with effects on fish populations, chapter 4 looks at effects on marine mammals and chapter 5 examines the impact on birds like common scoters and red-throated divers.

Each of these chapters contain an introduction to key issues, a description of the research methods, a description and a brief discussion of the results. Cumulative effects assessment (CEA) is a common term for the variety of approaches used by researchers and practitioners to measure the impact of multiple.

The use of mathematical models for the assessment of power station mortality on fish populations is discussed. The density-independent Leslie model is used to assess this impact by eigenvalue analysis and by simulation.

Eigenvalue analysis is used to investigate the growth rate, age distribution, and stability of the fish population.

Munkittrick et al., Development of methods for effects-driven cumulative effects assessment using fish populations: Moose River Project (Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry, Florida, ).

Google Scholar; B. Noble, Impact Assessment and Project Appraisal 26(2), 79 (), DOI: /X Google Scholar. A variety of methodological tools are available to analyze and assess cumulative effects.

This article develops a classification of methods for cumulative effects assessment, and evaluates them using criteria derived from recently proposed conceptual frameworks of cumulative. Table 2: Principles of cumulative effects assessment (adapted from the Council on Environmental Quality, ).

Table 3: Selection of methods that can be used to identify and assess cumulative effects (adapted from environmental effects of a single development. Each individual development, when assessed on its own, may methods, but.

Development of methods for effects-driven cumulative effects assessment using fish populations: Moose River project. In Society of Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry. SETAC Press, Pensacola, Florida. Google Scholar. The development of guidelines for cumulative risk assessment is an essential element in the transition of the U.S.

EPA risk assessment methodology from a narrow focus on a single stressor, end point, source, pathway, and exposure route to a broader, more holistic approach involving analysis of combined effects of cumulative exposure to multiple.

proposed undertakings expect cumulative effects to be addressed. At a more regional or municipal level, CEAs are not required as part of the land use planning and development process. There is, however, a growing awareness and interest in the assessment of the cumulative effects of multiple development projects in a regional setting.

‪University of Calgary‬ - ‪Cited by 9,‬ - ‪environmental effects monitoring‬ - ‪cumulative effects assessment‬ - ‪field monitoring study design‬ - ‪fish responses to disturbance‬. cea effects-driven cummulative effects assessment field studies in scandanavia, canada, uk, us, new zealand, india, s america biomarkers and population indices discharges from stps and pulp and paper mills disrupted reproduction in fish lab studies have shown similar effects.

Editor 's Note: This paper is 1 of 9 articles in the Special IEAM Series entitled, Watershed Cumulative Effects Assessment (WCEA). The research program emanated from a 4‐year Canadian Water Network initiative, “Development of The Healthy River Ecosystem Assessment System (THREATS) for Assessing and Adaptively Managing the Cumulative Effects of Man‐made.

cycles, carbon and nutrient cycling, soil fertility, and commercially and recreationally important fish and wildlife populations. Report Format The following sections of this report present the specific approaches and methods required for adequate evaluation of.

ecological impacts from highway development. Methods for Assessing Fish Populations Ke v i n L. Po P e, St e v e e. Lo c h m a n n, a n d mi c h a e L K. Yo u n g Chapter 11 INTRODUCTION Fisheries managers are likely to assess fish populations at some point during the fisheries management process.

Managers that follow the fisheries management process (see Chapter. This new edition provides updated information on population dynamics of major food fishes, and reviews the various methods used to study quantitative impacts of fishing on fish stocks. Contributors provide an historical background of the subject, then go on to cover current theories and methods of stock assessment, how these theories and methods have been applied in practice, and the effects.

Cumulative effects assessment can be undertaken at different planning levels: project and strategic. Cumulative effects occurring at a regional scale can only be controlled through planning processes directing development at that scale Effective control of cumulative effects therefore requires regional or area-wide.

Canter, LW, B Sadler and RG Randall (). Development of a reference document on key information sources related to cumulative effects of multiple activities on fish habitat and fish populations in Canada.

Can. Tech Rep. Fish. Aquat. Sci.,Cat. Fs /E ISSN Google Scholar; Cardwell, H, S Langsdale and K Stephenson. Cumulative effects assessment (CEA) is the process of systematically analyzing and assessing cumulative environmental change.

The practice of CEA is complex because of the need to consider multiple sources of change, alternate pathways of accumulation, and temporally and spatially variable effects.

THE SPECIAL PROBLEM OF CUMULATIVE EFFECTS KINDS OF CUMULATIVE EFFECTS 95 Several types of perturbation can produce cumulative effects. Many involve the addition of materials to the environment, for example, the addition of sewage effluent to Lake Washington from multiple sources over many years (Chapter @article{osti_, title = {Cumulative impact assessment: Application of a methodology}, author = {Witmer, G W and Bain, M B and Irving, J S and Kruger, R L and O'Neil, T A and Olsen, R D and Stull, E A}, abstractNote = {We expanded upon the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission's (FERC) Cluster Impact Assessment Procedure (CIAP) to provide a practical methodology for assessing potential.

Threatened species often have small and isolated populations where mating among relatives can result in inbreeding depression increasing extinction risk. Effective management is hampered by a lack of syntheses summarising the magnitude of, and variation in inbreeding depression. Here we describe the nature and scope of the literature examining phenotypic/fitness consequences.

Shoreline works include any unnatural alteration or human intervention to coastal areas such as infilling, armouring, aquatic vegetation removal or planting, actions altering coastal processes, embayment creation, etc.

The Fisheries Act requires that projects avoid causing serious harm to fish unless authorized by the Minister of Fisheries and Oceans Canada. The various revisions of the manual have been based to a large extent on the discussions and experiences of these training centres. Over this period contributions to these notes have been made by E.L.

Cadima (who drafted the subsection on mathematics), R.J.H. Beverton, R. Jones, B.B. Parrish, K.P. Andersen, S.J. Holt, L.K. Boerema and others. A bioindicator is any species (an indicator species) or group of species whose function, population, or status can reveal the qualitative status of the example, copepods and other small water crustaceans that are present in many water bodies can be monitored for changes (biochemical, physiological, or behavioural) that may indicate a problem within their ecosystem.

assessment development. Task Assist LSRCP staff with assessment of cumulative effects. Task Assist LSRCP staff with submission of the final Section 7 biological assessment. Objective 2: Represent IDFG during formal consultation between NMFS and the USFWS.

Approach. The U.S. Department of Energy's Office of Scientific and Technical Information. Introduction. Reef fish populations are changing on a global scale as a result of habitat degradation, pollution, and fishing [1–6].In order to understand the status and trends in reef fish populations, quantitative techniques are employed to assess and monitor key characteristics of fish assemblages [7–10].In many of the world’s reefs, assessment relies solely on catch-based sources of.

procedure called a social impact assessment. Cumulative impact assessment: A key part of the impact assessment is the assessment of cumulative impacts of the already listed impacts. Multiple and successive environmental and social impacts from existing developments can reinforce each other, leading to more serious consequences on.

Environmental assessment (EA) is the assessment of the environmental consequences (positive negative) of a plan, policy, program, or actual projects prior to the decision to move forward with the proposed action.

In this context, the term "environmental impact assessment" (EIA) is usually used when applied to actual projects by individuals or companies and the term "strategic environmental.

Cumulative effects. Effects on the environment that result from the incremental impact of any action when added to other past, present or future actions, regardless of which agency or person undertakes such actions.

Demand elasticity. In reference to the Navigation Study, a measure of the price responsiveness to waterway demand. Takes place at earlier stages of decision-making cycle Multi-stage process with variations e.g. policy v plans Pro-active, out-in-front approach to development proposals Broad level of analysis, e.g.

focus on cross-sector links and issues Considers potentially wide range of development alternatives Gives early warning of cumulative impacts. Assessment Methods identified here are intended to meet the requirements of the Fisheries Act. Specifically, information is required to assess a harmful alteration, disruption, or destruction of habitat (HADD) and to develop appropriate mitigation and compensation of project impacts.assessments and determinations of effect for any federally protected and managed species will be completed for projects proposed in each future phase.

To the extent possible and practicable, evaluations of cumulative impacts to federally managed species will be made in this assessment.Assessment to Inform Decision Making: Frequently Asked Questions. U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (USEPA). Risk Assessment Forum White Paper: Probabilistic Risk Assessment Methods and Case Studies.

EPA//R‐09/A. Washington, D.C.: Risk Assessment Forum, Office of the Science Advisor, USEPA.