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Effects of Common Carp on Aquatic Ecosystems 80 Years after “Carp as a Dominant”: Ecological Insights for Fisheries Management
The introduction of fishes into habitats outside their native range may result in dramatic ecosystem alterations. Circumpolar introductions of common carp Cyprinus carpio commonly induceExpand
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Density-Dependence and Environmental Conditions Regulate Recruitment and First-Year Growth of Common Carp in Shallow Lakes
Abstract Recruitment dynamics of fishes can determine their abundance and subsequent effects of adult populations on ecosystem properties. Common Carp Cyprinus carpio is a widespread invasive speciesExpand
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Simulated Population Responses of Common Carp to Commercial Exploitation
Abstract Common carp Cyprinus carpio is a widespread invasive species that can become highly abundant and have deleterious ecosystem effects. Thus, aquatic resource managers are interested inExpand
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Growth and Survival of Age-0 Yellow Perch across Habitats in Southwestern Lake Michigan: Early Life History in a Large Freshwater Environment
Abstract Processes regulating the survival of early life stages are difficult to decipher for fishes, especially those occupying multiple spatially segregated habitats in large complex systems.Expand
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Relationships among invasive common carp, native fishes and physicochemical characteristics in upper Midwest (USA) lakes
Common carp Cyprinus carpio is a widespread invasive species that, in high abundance, can impose numerous deleterious effects in aquatic ecosystems. Common carp increase turbidity and nutrientExpand
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Laboratory Evaluation of a Bioacoustic Bubble Strobe Light Barrier for Reducing Walleye Escapement
AbstractFish escapement is a largely overlooked challenge to managing reservoir fisheries. Physical barriers may help retain fish in reservoirs but are often not practical due to high reservoirExpand
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Biomass-dependent effects of age-0 common carp on aquatic ecosystems
Fishes play a functional role in structuring aquatic ecosystems through top-down and bottom-up processes. Adult common carp (Cyprinus carpio) are well recognized for their middle-out effects onExpand
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Comparison of common carp (Cyprinus carpio) age estimates derived from dorsal fin spines and pectoral fin rays
Understanding population dynamics of invasive species is critical for formulating effective management plans but dependent upon the reliability of age estimations. We compared age estimates derivedExpand
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Spatial variability of common carp populations in relation to lake morphology and physicochemical parameters in the upper Midwest United States
Common carp (Cyprinus carpio) is a widespread invasive species that is tolerant of a wide range of environmental conditions. Despite the circumpolar distribution of the species, limited informationExpand
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Continuous, pulsed and disrupted nutrient subsidy effects on ecosystem productivity, stability, and energy flow
Resource pulses and subsidies can supply ecosystems with an important source of nutrients that supports additional productivity at multiple trophic levels. Common carp Cyprinus carpio provideExpand
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