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The Hackensack River and its associated wetlands have been greatly impacted by man. Construction of a dam at Oradell has greatly altered the original river hydrology, and consequently it no longer functions as a "normal" estuarine river. It is now essentially a canal, open fully only at the end adjacent to Newark Bay. Although the river is not fishable due to restrictions imposed by the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection, this estuary is a refuge and nursery area for severaldoi:10.7282/t37w6b5w fatcat:cgnodpw3fbhkjg42jgi3t4ato4