Fish Communities and Their Associations with Environmental Variables, Lower San Joaquin River Drainage, California

@article{Brown2004FishCA,
  title={Fish Communities and Their Associations with Environmental Variables, Lower San Joaquin River Drainage, California},
  author={Larry R. Brown},
  journal={Environmental Biology of Fishes},
  year={2004},
  volume={57},
  pages={251-269}
}
Twenty sites in the lower San Joaquin River drainage, California, were sampled from 1993 to 1995 to characterize fish communities and their associations with measures of water quality and habitat quality. The feasibility of developing an Index of Biotic Integrity was assessed by evaluating four fish community metrics, including percentages of native fish, omnivorous fish, fish intolerant of environmental degradation, and fish with external anomalies. Of the thirty-one taxa of fish captured… CONTINUE READING
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