Genes in Streams : Using DNA to Understand the Movement of Freshwater Fauna and Their Riverine Habitat

@inproceedings{Hughes2009GenesIS,
  title={Genes in Streams : Using DNA to Understand the Movement of Freshwater Fauna and Their Riverine Habitat},
  author={Jane Margaret Hughes and Daniel J Schmidt and Debra S. Finn},
  year={2009}
}
Direct approaches to addressing this central question in stream ecology have included mark-recapture studies (Lucas and Baras 2000); stable isotope labeling (MacNeale et al. 2005); and monitoring of new habitats, either by placing pieces of new habitat in streams (Mackay 1992) or by assessing changes after rehabilitation attempts such as the removal of dams (Stanley et al. 2002). Modern molecular tools provide an alternative approach, and a number of studies have been published reporting on the… CONTINUE READING
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