Environmental Biology of Fishes
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Size and growth relationships in juvenile steelhead: The advantage of large relative size diminishes with increasing water temperatures.
Physiological comparisons of steelhead kelts emigrating from the Situk River, AK and Clearwater River, ID.
Spatial and temporal patterns of growth and consumption by juvenile spring/summer Chinook salmon Oncorhynchus tshawytscha.
Fluvial rainbow trout contribute to the colonization of steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss) in a small stream.
Context-dependent diel behavior of upstream-migrating anadromous fishes.
Altitudinal gradients in stream fish diversity and the prevalence of diadromy in the Sixaola River basin, Costa Rica.
The effects of early and adult social environment on zebrafish (Danio rerio) behavior.
The influence of discharge on duration, ascent distance, and fidelity of the spawning migration for paddlefish of the Yellowstone-Sakakawea stock, Montana and North Dakota, USA.
Temporal and spatial occurrence of female chinook salmon carrying a male-specific genetic marker in the Columbia River watershed.
Differences in species composition and feeding ecology of catostomid fishes in two distinct segments of the Missouri River, North Dakota, USA.
Species Richness, Composition, And Abundance Of Fish Larvae And Juveniles Inhabiting Natural And Developed Shorelines Of A Glacial Iowa Lake.
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