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Fish communities of the Sacramento River Basin: Implications for conservation of native fishes in the Central Valley, California

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Fish communities of the Sacramento River Basin: Implications for conservation of native fishes in the Central Valley, California; 2002; Article; Journal; Environmental Biology of Fishes; May, J. T.; Brown, L. R.

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The associations of resident fish communities with environmental variables and stream condition were evaluated at representative sites within the Sacramento River Basin, California between 1996 and 1998 using multivariate ordination techniques and by calculating six fish community metrics. In addition, the results of the current study were compared with recent studies in the San Joaquin River drainage to provide a wider perspective of the condition of resident fish communities in the Central Valley of California as a whole. Within the Sacramento drainage, species distributions were correlated with elevational and substrate size gradients; however, the elevation of a sampling site was correlated with a suite of water-quality and habitat [...]

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J.T. May, L.R. Brown

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