Variation in Round Goby Feeding Interactions in Near-Shore Lake Michigan Based on Three Trophic Indicators

@inproceedings{Henebry2014VariationIR,
  title={Variation in Round Goby Feeding Interactions in Near-Shore Lake Michigan Based on Three Trophic Indicators},
  author={Michael Lee Henebry},
  year={2014}
}
Henebry, Michael L. M.S., Purdue University, August 2014. Variation in Round Goby Feeding Interactions in Near-shore Lake Michigan Based on Three Trophic Indicators. Major Professor: Tomas Höök. Understanding trophic interactions of non-native species is key to elucidating their potential ecological role in newly-invaded ecosystems. The Great Lakes region has long been characterized by a high rate of invasive species establishment. Round Goby (Neogobius melanostomus) were first detected in Lake… CONTINUE READING

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