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- Gregory H. Halverson; Christine M. Lee; Erin L. Hestir; Glynn C. Hulley; Kerry Cawse-Nicholson; Simon J. Hook; Brian A. Bergamaschi; Shawn Acuña; Nicholas B. Tufillaro; Robert G. Radocinski; Gerardo Rivera; Ted R. Sommer
- Environmental science & technology 2021 v.56 no.1 pp. 185-193
- Hypomesus transpacificus; Landsat; Menidia audens; Menidia beryllina; Micropterus salmoides; decline; environmental science; estuaries; fish; habitats; heat tolerance; surface temperature; wildlife; California
- ... This study uses Landsat 5, 7, and 8 level 2 collection 2 surface temperature to examine habitat suitability conditions spanning 1985–2019, relative to the thermal tolerance of the endemic and endangered delta smelt (Hypomesus transpacificus) and two non-native fish, the largemouth bass (Micropterus salmoides) and Mississippi silverside (Menidia beryllina) in the upper San Francisco Estuary. This p ...
- Danilo Basili; Ji-Liang Zhang; John Herbert; Kevin Kroll; Nancy D. Denslow; Christopher J. Martyniuk; Francesco Falciani; Philipp Antczak
- Environmental science & technology 2018 v.52 no.13 pp. 7553-7565
- Micropterus salmoides; animal ovaries; databases; dynamic models; endocrine-disrupting chemicals; environmental science; estradiol; females; fish communities; gene expression; gene expression regulation; genes; gonadosomatic index; liver; males; ovarian development; prediction; quantitative polymerase chain reaction; quercetin; transcription (genetics); transcriptomics; vitellogenin
- ... In recent years, decreases in fish populations have been attributed, in part, to the effect of environmental chemicals on ovarian development. To understand the underlying molecular events we developed a dynamic model of ovary development linking gene transcription to key physiological end points, such as gonadosomatic index (GSI), plasma levels of estradiol (E2) and vitellogenin (VTG), in largemo ...