In many large-scale assessments of species or their behavior, “area” is usually used as an explanatory variable, with the species-area … Continue reading Measures of “area” for fish
An assessment of the literature that connects river type with trout distributions show a continued directionality: River Type → Trout … Continue reading Fish-based River Definitions: Can we use trout to look at hydrology?
Steen, Passino-Reader, and Wiley (2006) discuss the various spatial scales affecting the presence/absence of brook trout (Salvelinus fontinalis) in Michigan … Continue reading Spatial scale effects of physical factors
At first glance, the idea that fish respond to climate may not seem terribly obvious. Often we think of “climate” … Continue reading Climate and fish
Understanding where fish are likely to be in a watershed is a fundamentally important part of natural resource management of inland fishes, conservation planning, and hydroecology. Continue reading Field collection