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Mohave Tui Chub Research
Zzyzx Mineral Springs resort.
Mojave National Preserve hosted a workshop of scientists and agency personnel in 2003 to develop a management plan for improving the status of the Mohave tui chub. Six populations, stable for at least ten years, are required to achieve down-listing from "endangered" to "threatened" status according to the Recovery Plan.
Three new research projects came out of the 2003 workshop.
Henkananththegedara, S. and C. Stockwell. 2006. Biotic evaluation of Mohave tui chub habitats: Lake Tuendae and MC Pond, Mojave National Preserve, Desert Fishes Council 38th Annual Meeting, Death Valley, California.(presentation)
Did You Know?
At 1.6 million acres, Mojave National Preserve is the third largest National Park Service area outside of Alaska. Death Valley National Park and Yellowstone National Park rank first and second.