The early life history stages of riverine fish: ecophysiological and environmental bottlenecks.

@article{Schiemer2002TheEL,
  title={The early life history stages of riverine fish: ecophysiological and environmental bottlenecks.},
  author={Fritz Schiemer and Hubert Keckeis and Ewa Kamler},
  journal={Comparative biochemistry and physiology. Part A, Molecular & integrative physiology},
  year={2002},
  volume={133 3},
  pages={439-49}
}
Fish are good indicators of the environmental health of rivers and their catchments as well as important conservation targets. Bioindication has to be based on an understanding of the requirement of characteristic species with regard to: (a). The match/mismatch between reproductive strategies and environmental conditions. (b). The niche dimensions of critical stages vis-a-vis the key conditions. (c). The availability of microhabitats along the ontogenetic niche profiles, i.e. the connectivity… CONTINUE READING
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