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Effect of Habitat Alteration by Energy Resource Developments in the Upper Colorado River Basin on Endangered Fishes
The upper Colorado River system is the habitat of several endangered fish: Kendall Warm Springs dace, Colorado squawfish, humpback chub, and bonytail chub. The single most important factor contributing to the decline of these species has been the construction and operation of dams and reservoirs, which have effected flow, temperature, chemistry, biota, and migration routes. Water depletion amounting to about 25% of the total has also had similar effects, particularly by eliminating the backwater nursery areas. A predicted decrease in agricultural use and increase in energy development use would decrease the amount of used irrigation water percolating back into the groundwater and streams. In addition, water allocated...
Categories: Publication; Types: Citation, Conference Citation; Tags: Aquatic Resources Management of the Colorado River Ecosystem: Proceedings of the 1981 Symposium on the Aquatic Resources Management of the Colorado River Ecosystem November 16-18, 1981, Colorado River, Irrigation, Kendall Warm Springs dace, aquatic habitats,
Fishes of the Rio de la Concepcion Basin, Sonora, Mexico, and the Status of the Sonora Chub, Gila ditaenia, a Species in Danger of Extinction (Los Peces de la Cuenca del Rio de la Concepcion, Sonora, Mexico, y el Estatus del Charalito Sonorese, Gila ditaenia, una Especie en Amenaza de Extincion)
Monitoring of the Chemical Pollution of the River Rhone through Measurement of DNA Damage and Cytochrome P4501A Induction in Chub (Leuciscus cephalus)
Evidence for predation by young-of-the-year alewife and bloater chub on Bythotrephes cederstroemi in Lake Michigan
Comparison of Growth, Population Structure, and Food of the Creek Chub Semotilus atromaculatus in Undisturbed and Surface-Mining-Disturbed Streams in Tennessee