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Throughout this report, the following naming conventions will be used: the study area is the region of the Saint John River from Fort Kent to Ninemile Bridge and the drainage areas of all Saint John tributaries between Lincoln School and Ninemile Bridge within the United States, excluding the Allagash River drainage; the Dickey Lake Area is that region which would be inundated by the proposed Dickey Dam and the drainage areas of all rivers and streams (excluding the Saint John River) flowing into that proposed reservoir; the Lincoln School Reservoir area is that region which would be inundated by the proposed Lincoln School Dam, and the drainage areas of all tributaries flowing into that reservoir area; the downstream region is that portion of the Saint John River downstream of the proposed Lincoln School Dam to Madawaska.
Schmitt, Christoipher J.; Beltz, James R.; Normandeau Associates, Inc.; New England Division; and United States Army Engineer Division, "Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project Environmental Impact Statement: Appendix E: Aquatic Ecosystem and Fisheries Studies" (1977). Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project. 32.
Schmitt, Christopher J., and James R. Beltz. 1977. Dickey-Lincoln School Lakes Project environmental impact statement: appendix E: aquatic ecosystem and fisheries studies. Waltham, Mass: U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, New England Division.
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