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- Radigan, W.J.; Carlson, A.K.; Kientz, J.L.; Chipps, S.R.; Fincel, M.J.; Graeb, B.D.S.
- River research and applications 2018 v.34 no.3 pp. 279-287
- Micropterus dolomieu, etc ; Dorosoma cepedianum; Lepomis macrochirus; Micropterus salmoides; Morone chrysops; Perca flavescens; Pomoxis annularis; Pomoxis nigromaculatus; Sander vitreus; fish; fisheries; fisheries management; floodplains; habitat preferences; habitats; hydrochemistry; lakes; littoral zone; otoliths; researchers; resource management; Missouri River; South Dakota; Show all 23 Subjects
- ... Geology and hydrology are drivers of water chemistry and thus important considerations for fish otolith chemistry research. However, other factors such as species and habitat identity may have predictive ability, enabling selection of appropriate elemental signatures prior to costly, perhaps unnecessary water/age‐0 fish sampling. The goal of this study was to develop a predictive methodology for u ...
- Mycko, S. A.; Kanno, Y.; Bettinger, J. M.
- Fisheries management and ecology 2018 v.25 no.1 pp. 77-84
- Micropterus dolomieu, etc ; boats; fish; fisheries management; gears; habitats; mark-recapture studies; models; rivers; sport fishing; South Carolina; Show all 11 Subjects
- ... Estimating abundance is fundamental to effective fishery management but can be challenging in a river where spatial and temporal heterogeneity may preclude the consistent use of a single sampling gear and different gears have differing size selectivity and capture probabilities of fish. In this study, the number of smallmouth bass, Micropterus dolomieu Lacepède, was estimated based on mark–recaptu ...