Fish Assemblage Relationships with Physical Habitat in Wadeable Iowa Streams

@inproceedings{Rowe2009FishAR,
  title={Fish Assemblage Relationships with Physical Habitat in Wadeable Iowa Streams},
  author={David Charles Rowe and Clay L. Pierce and Thomas F. Wilton},
  year={2009}
}
—Fish assemblages play a key role in stream ecosystems and are influenced by physical habitat. We analyzed fish assemblages and physical habitat at 93 randomly selected sites on secondthrough fifthorder wadeable Iowa streams to explore fish assemblage relationships with reach-scale physical habitat in this agriculturally dominated landscape. Sites were sampled using DC electrofishing and the wadeable streams physical habitat protocol of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Environmental… CONTINUE READING
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