Long-term growth and movement in relation to food supply and social status in a stream fish

@inproceedings{Hansen2009LongtermGA,
  title={Long-term growth and movement in relation to food supply and social status in a stream fish},
  author={Eric A. Hansen and Gerard P. Closs},
  year={2009}
}
  • Eric A. Hansen, Gerard P. Closs
  • Published 2009
  • Biology
  • Long-term patterns of residency, growth, and movement among drift-feeding fish in relation to their social status and macroinvertebrate drift were determined. Each month, over 21 months, we quantified macroinvertebrate drift, fish abundance, and biomass, recorded individual fish lengths, weights, and social rank, and monitored individual diel activity of fish residing in different pools. Despite marked variation in food supply between pools, average growth rates within each pool were not… CONTINUE READING

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