Randall’s Island Park’s Repository

The data repository for Randall’s Island Park serves as a resource hub – a compilation of the ecological and environmental monitoring and assessments performed on the island by the Alliance’s staff and community collaborators.  Through this repository, researchers, students and community members can access detailed data sets, reports, and analyses, facilitating further research questions, informed decision-making, and strategic planning.

Randall’s Island Park staff and partners in the East River Ichthyological Alliance worked with the public to catch, measure, and release fish during clinics. Data collected from this survey will help build a database of information about fish in the East River.
Randall’s Island Park Alliance staff, volunteers, and members of the public participate in monthly fish and crustacean monitoring at two locations on Randall’s Island.
The purpose of this study was to better understand the ways in which decreased water quality impact NYC’s urban fish communities, and which fish species are most sensitive to changes in water quality.

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