Freshwater habitat relationships. Threespine stickleback (Gasterosteus aculeatus) /

The first section describes distribution, life history (size, age, maturity, reproduction, feeding, and behavior), and ecological and economic importance of the fish. The second section describes specific habitat relationships to spawning, incubation, rearing, and adult life in regards to variables...

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Main Author: Hale, Stephen S.,
Corporate Contributor(s):Alaska. Department of Fish and Game. Habitat Division. Resource Assessment Branch.

Alaska. Department of Fish and Game. Habitat Protection Section. Resource Assessment Branch.

Western Energy and Land Use Team. Habitat Evaluation Procedures Group.
Publisher:Alaska Dept. of Fish and Game, Habitat Division, Resource Assessment Branch,
Report Numbers:APA 350
Funding Numbers:Funded by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, Western Energy and Land Use Team, Habitat Evaluation Procedure Group
Series:Document (Susitna Hydroelectric Project) ; no. 350.
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Online Access:Link to Full Text
Library Holdings:Print Versions
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Summary:The first section describes distribution, life history (size, age, maturity, reproduction, feeding, and behavior), and ecological and economic importance of the fish. The second section describes specific habitat relationships to spawning, incubation, rearing, and adult life in regards to variables such as temperature, current speed, water depth, dissoved oxygen, chemical parameters, feeding, light, etc. Conceptual suitability index curves, deficiencies in the database, and recommendations are also included.
Physical Description:41, [5] p. : ill., map ; 28 cm.
Notes:On cover: Alaska Department of Fish & Game, Habitat Protection Section, Resource Assessment Branch.

"May 1981."

"April, 1981"--Cover.
Bibliography:Includes bibliographical references (p. [42]-[46]).