Modelling available habitat versus available energy flux : do PHABSIM applications that neglect prey abundance underestimate optimal flows for juvenile salmonids ?

@inproceedings{Rosenfeld2012ModellingAH,
  title={Modelling available habitat versus available energy flux : do PHABSIM applications that neglect prey abundance underestimate optimal flows for juvenile salmonids ?},
  author={Jordan S. Rosenfeld and Ron Ptolemy},
  year={2012}
}
Common applications of models to predict the response of fish habitat to altered stream flow (such as the Physical Habitat Simulation Model; PHABSIM) assume that fish abundance is directly related to the area of suitable habitat for limiting life stages and usually ignore flow effects on prey abundance. However, if prey availability is flow sensitive, then fish production may be more closely related to the total flux of available prey than to habitat area. We compared instream flow predictions… CONTINUE READING

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