Jump to Main Content
- Rude, N. P., et al. Show all 3 Authors
- Journal of applied ichthyology 2017 v.33 no.6 pp. 1166-1172
- carbon; chemistry; drainage; fish; immigration; invasive species; lakes; otoliths; rivers; septicemia; stable isotopes; viruses; watersheds; waterways; Illinois; Illinois River; Lake Michigan
- ... The Chicago Area Waterways System (CAWS), an artificial connection between Lake Michigan (LMI) and the Illinois River watershed, has served as a conduit for invasive species and is a potential pathway for viral hemorrhagic septicemia (VHS) to spread from the Great Lakes into the Illinois River drainage. Although some fishes are known to have moved from LMI into the Illinois River via the CAWS, the ...
- Rude, N. P., et al. Show all 4 Authors
- River research and applications 2016 v.32 no.8 pp. 1808-1818
- Ictalurus furcatus; Ictalurus punctatus; adults; calcium; catfish; habitats; otoliths; oxygen; rivers; spawning; stable isotopes; strontium; Illinois; Mississippi; Mississippi River; Missouri
- ... Insight into environments that contribute recruits to adult fish stocks in riverine systems is vital for effective population management and conservation. Catfishes are an important recreational species in the Mississippi River and are commercially harvested. However, contributions of main channel and tributary habitats to catfish recruitment in large rivers are unknown. Stable isotope and trace e ...