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Response of fish communities to environmental changes in an agriculturally dominated watershed (Liao River Basin) in northeastern China
Minimum viable population size and population growth rate of freshwater fishes and their relationships with life history traits
A need for prioritizing the conservation effort more on long-lived species with delayed maturation, long generation time, and high fecundity is emphasized.
River algal blooms are well predicted by antecedent environmental conditions.
Genetic diversity and temporal changes of an endemic cyprinid fish species, Ancherythroculter nigrocauda, from the upper reaches of Yangtze River
- Dongdong Zhai, Wenjing Li, Huan-zhang Liu, W. Cao, Xin Gao
- Environmental Science, BiologyZoological research
- 16 May 2019
Loss of genetic diversity and increased genetic differentiation were found in the A. nigrocauda populations, which could be attributed to dam construction, overfishing, and water pollution in the upper Yangtze River.
Predicting the effect of land use and climate change on stream macroinvertebrates based on the linkage between structural equation modeling and bayesian network
Regime shift in fish assemblage structure in the Yangtze River following construction of the Three Gorges Dam
- Xin Gao, M. Fujiwara, K. Winemiller, P. Lin, Mingzheng Li, Huanzhang Liu
- Environmental ScienceScientific Reports
- 12 March 2019
It is concluded that construction of TGD had led to significant changes in species distributions influenced by species functional traits, and the need for long-term monitoring of fish assemblages before and after dam construction is emphasized.
Spatial heterogeneity of stream environmental conditions and macroinvertebrates community in an agriculture dominated watershed and management implications for a large river (the Liao River, China)…
- Xin Gao, C. Niu, Yushun Chen, Xuwang Yin
- Environmental ScienceEnvironmental Monitoring and Assessment
- 1 April 2014
Monitoring of stream sites in the Liao River Basin showed that agriculture and urban-industry activities have reduced habitat condition, increased organic pollutants, reduced macroinvertebrate abundance, diversity, and sensitive taxa in streams of the lower Liao river Basin.
[Macrobenthos community structure and its relationships with environmental factors in Weihe River basin, Northwest China].
- Xuwang Yin, Zongxue Xu, Xin Gao, Haifeng Bai, Wei Wu, Jingxi Song
- Environmental ScienceYing yong sheng tai xue bao = The journal of…
It is indicated that 'cobble + boulder' type substrate, current velocity, water conductivity, water depth, and water total nitrogen content had significant effects on the spatial distribution of macrobenthos in Weihe River basin.
STATUS QUO OF EARLY LIFE HISTORY STAGES AT WUXUE CROSS-SECTION OF THE YANGTZE RIVER: STATUS QUO OF EARLY LIFE HISTORY STAGES AT WUXUE CROSS-SECTION OF THE YANGTZE RIVER
Theory and methods on fish diversity monitoring with an introduction to the inland water fish diversity observation in China
: In recent years, the establishment of biodiversity observation networks (BON) has been of great concern. The global scale GEO-BON (Global Earth Observation—Biodiversity Observation Network),…