Assessment of the Rio Mavillas for Inclusion in Puerto Rico's Heritage River ProgramPublic
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The Department of Natural and Environmental Resources (DNER) aims to include the Rio Mavillas of Monte Choca State Forest in Puerto Rico’s Heritage River Program. To support designation, the Visual Assessment Protocol for Puerto Rico Streams, Rosgen Stream Classification, Multihabitat Macroinvertebrate Assessment, and the creation of an interpretive map were completed. Results suggest that the Rio Mavillas contains good water quality and high ecological value, and therefore the river and its surrounding areas should be protected in the program from future anthropogenic modifications for future generations to enjoy.
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