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- Rowe, Jennifer C.; Duarte, Adam; Pearl, Christopher A.; McCreary, Brome; Galvan, Stephanie K.; Peterson, James T.; Adams, Michael J.
- Ecosphere 2019 v.10 no.4 pp. e02674
- game fish, etc ; Centrarchidae; Ictaluridae; Lithobates catesbeianus; Phalaris arundinacea; Rana aurora; drought; fish; forests; frogs; habitats; indigenous species; invasive species; landscapes; lentic systems; models; vegetation cover; wetlands; Oregon; Show all 19 Subjects
- ... The invasive American bullfrog (Lithobates catesbeianus) and a variety of non‐native sport fish commonly co‐occur in lowland lentic habitats of the western United States. Both invasive taxa are implicated in declines of native amphibians in this region, but few long‐term studies of communities exist. Further, field studies of invasive–native interactions are complicated by confounding habitat modi ...
- Hansen, Gretchen J. A.; Winslow, Luke A.; Read, Jordan S.; Treml, Melissa; Schmalz, Patrick J.; Carpenter, Stephen R.
- Ecosphere 2019 v.10 no.5 pp. e02737
- game fish, etc ; Sander vitreus; carrying capacity; data collection; ecosystems; fisheries management; freshwater fisheries; habitats; lakes; population dynamics; simulation models; thermodynamics; water quality; water temperature; Minnesota; Show all 15 Subjects
- ... Successful management of natural resources requires local action that adapts to larger‐scale environmental changes in order to maintain populations within the safe operating space (SOS) of acceptable conditions. Here, we identify the boundaries of the SOS for a managed freshwater fishery in the first empirical test of the SOS concept applied to management of harvested resources. Walleye (Sander vi ...