Hydrological disturbance benefits a native fish at the expense of an exotic fish

@inproceedings{Leprieur2006HydrologicalDB,
  title={Hydrological disturbance benefits a native fish at the expense of an exotic fish},
  author={Fabien Leprieur and Miriam Ann Hickey and Christopher J. Arbuckle and Gerard P. Closs and S{\'e}bastien Brosse and Colin Richard Townsend},
  year={2006}
}
Summary 1 Some native fish in New Zealand do not coexist with introduced salmonids. Previous studies of disjunct distributions of exotic brown trout Salmo trutta and native galaxiids demonstrated native extirpation except where major waterfalls prevented upstream migration of trout. In the Manuherikia River system, we predicted that water abstraction might be a further factor controlling the spatial distribution of both the invader and a native fish. 2 We applied multiple discriminant… CONTINUE READING
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