Assessing Effects of Stocked Trout on Nongame Fish Assemblages in Southern Appalachian Mountain Streams

@inproceedings{Weaver2013AssessingEO,
  title={Assessing Effects of Stocked Trout on Nongame Fish Assemblages in Southern Appalachian Mountain Streams},
  author={Daniel M. Weaver and Thomas Kwak},
  year={2013}
}
Abstract Fisheries managers are faced with the challenge of balancing the management of recreational fisheries with that of conserving native species and preserving ecological integrity. The negative effects that nonnative trout species exert on native trout are well documented and include alteration of competitive interactions, habitat use, and production. However, the effects that nonnative trout may exert on nongame fish assemblages are poorly understood. Our objectives were to quantify the… CONTINUE READING

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