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- Rosenfeld, Jordan S.
- Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences 2014 v.71 no.9 pp. 1395-1406
- Salmonidae; allometry; energy; habitats; invertebrates; juveniles; models; mortality; swimming; sympatry; trout
- ... Self-thinning theory predicts that decline in density with increasing individual mass should match the exponent of the metabolism–body mass relationship (∼0.9 in salmonids). However, self-thinning assumes energy equivalence (constant energy available to a cohort as it ages), which may be unrealistic for mobile taxa. I evaluate this assumption using a bioenergetic–stream habitat model to assess the ...
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- Canadian journal of fisheries and aquatic sciences 2017 v.74 no.8 pp. 1208-1217
- body size; exports; fish; forests; invertebrates; stream channels; British Columbia
- ... The influence of stream channel structure on the production of prey for drift-feeding fish is not well understood. We quantified drift production, the entry rate per streambed area, and drift flux, the total export rate per channel unit, in three second-order, forested streams in southwest British Columbia, Canada. We tested whether (1) drift production was higher in riffles than in pools, (2) dri ...