2 edition of Spatial and temporal assessment of fish habitat and environmental-nearshore fish community relationships in the eastern Lake Erie basin. found in the catalog.
Spatial and temporal assessment of fish habitat and environmental-nearshore fish community relationships in the eastern Lake Erie basin.
Written in English
Environmental conditions were used to determine relationships with the nearshore fish assemblage of the eastern basin and to model habitat for different life stages of walleye in the eastern Lake Erie basin adjacent to the outflow of the Grand River. Optimal walleye habitat tended to be found along the shoreline of the lake and dependent on the Grand River plume. Generally, there was very little optimal walleye habitat found in the lower reaches of the Grand River. The nearshore fish assemblage tended to be size-structured and related to specific environmental conditions, such as conductivity, temperature, dissolved organic carbon, chloride concentrations, alkalinity, sampling date and abundances of emergent and submergent plants. Improvements in both biotic and abiotic features of habitat in the nearshore and tributaries will enhance the amount of habitat optimal for specific fish species, and thereby the potential abundance of these fish species.
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