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EVALUATIONS OF GROWTH AND HABITAT USE BY GUADALUPE BASS AT A RIVERSCAPE SCALE IN THE SOUTH LLANO RIVER, TEXAS

@inproceedings{Groeschel2013EVALUATIONSOG,
  title={EVALUATIONS OF GROWTH AND HABITAT USE BY GUADALUPE BASS AT A RIVERSCAPE SCALE IN THE SOUTH LLANO RIVER, TEXAS},
  author={Jillian R. Groeschel},
  year={2013}
}
Evaluating habitat associations of a fish assemblage at multiple spatial scales in a minimally disturbed stream using low-cost remote sensing
TLDR
Low-cost side-scan sonar surveys proved to be a cost-effective means of acquiring information on the habitat availability of the entire river length and allowed the assessment of how a full suite of riverscape-level variables influenced local fish assemblage structure. Expand

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