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6 Fish Temporary reduction in Cladophora biomass and increased drift down stream. Backwaters re-formed. Nonnative populations temporarily dis rupted by high flows; interactions between native and non-native fish rapidly return to conditions before the flood. Some trout eggs, fry, and young lost downstream; adult trout may be affected for a period after the flood. Vegetation and Habitat Some woody and emergent marsh vegetation lost through scouring or burial; vegetation recovery to preflood levels in months/years following test flow.
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