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Online Fisheries Scientific Collection Permit Reporting

 

As of the 2014 reporting year, fish data collected in accordance with Fisheries scientific collection permits can be entered online. The online data submission process will streamline data entry for those conducting fish sampling in Maryland by replacing site result reporting. Additionally, it will standardize data submissions by permit holders to make them more compatible with existing databases. This will allow MDNR to more easily access and utilize data relating to fish distribution, as well as occurrences of rare, threatened, endangered, exotic, and invasive fish species. The associated links to the submission pages are provided below, as well as an instructional pdf. file. Please note that the permit information page must be completed before the sample page can be filled out.

For additional information regarding Fisheries scientific collection permits reporting requirements please contact:
Rich Bohn
Fisheries Permit Coordinator
Tawes State Office Building, B-2
580 Taylor Avenue
Annapolis, Maryland 21401
(410) 260-8317
rbohn@dnr.state.md.us

For additional information, questions, or concerns regarding the permit data reporting page please contact:
Rebecca M. Bourquin
Natural Resources Biologist
Tawes State Office Building, C-2
580 Taylor Avenue
Annapolis, MD 21401
410-260-8606
rbourquin@dnr.state.md.us

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