Stream fish occurrence in response to impervious cover, historic land use, and hydrogeomorphic factors

@inproceedings{Wenger2008StreamFO,
  title={Stream fish occurrence in response to impervious cover, historic land use, and hydrogeomorphic factors},
  author={Seth J. Wenger and James T. Peterson and Mary C. Freeman and Byron J. Freeman and D. David HomansD.D. Homans},
  year={2008}
}
We evaluated competing models explaining the occurrence of five stream fishes in an urbanizing watershed to determine the relative importance of (a) impervious surface and other indicators of current land use, (b) historic land use (e.g., agriculture, impoundments), and (c) hydrogeomorphic characteristics (e.g., stream size, elevation, geology). For four of five species, the best-supported models were those that included both current effective impervious cover and historic land use predictor… CONTINUE READING

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