Assessing dorsal scute microchemistry for reconstruction of shortnose sturgeon life histories

@article{Altenritter2015AssessingDS,
  title={Assessing dorsal scute microchemistry for reconstruction of shortnose sturgeon life histories},
  author={Matthew E. Altenritter and Michael T. Kinnison and Gayle Barbin Zydlewski and David H. Secor and Joseph D. Zydlewski},
  journal={Environmental Biology of Fishes},
  year={2015},
  volume={98},
  pages={2321-2335}
}
The imperiled status of sturgeons worldwide places priority on the identification and protection of critical habitats. We assessed the micro-structural and micro-chemical scope for a novel calcified structure, dorsal scutes, to be used for reconstruction of past habitat use and group separation in shortnose sturgeon (Acipenser brevirostrum). Dorsal scutes contained a dual-layered structure composed of a thin multi-layered translucent zone lying dorsally above a thicker multi-layered zone… CONTINUE READING
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