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Temporal pattern of annual life history phases of fluvial bull trout in relation to discharge.

By Steven J. Starcevich (321549), Philip J. Howell (321550), Steven E. Jacobs (321552) and Paul M. Sankovich (321554)

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<p>Temporal pattern of annual life history phases of fluvial bull trout in relation to discharge. Boxplots, consisting of the observed start dates of the prespawning migration, spawning, and wintering for individual fish, were overlaid on mean daily discharge (gray lines; log scale) of the Imnaha River (RK 31; 2001–02), Grande Ronde River (RK 70; 1998–99), Wallowa River (RK 7; 2001–2), Mill Creek (RK; 1998–99), Umatilla River (RK 94; 2002–03), and John Day River (RK 404; 1998–99). Sample sizes are in parentheses.</p

Topics: Evolutionary Biology, Ecology, Inorganic Chemistry, phases, fluvial, trout
Year: 2013
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0037257.g005
OAI identifier: oai:figshare.com:article/303740
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