Hypoxia-based habitat compression in the Neuse River Estuary: Context-dependent shifts in behavioral avoidance thresholds

Eby, Lisa A.; Crowder, Larry B.
June 2002
Canadian Journal of Fisheries & Aquatic Sciences;Jun2002, Vol. 59 Issue 6, p952
Academic Journal
Examines fish behavioral avoidance threshold over a range of dissolved oxygen concentrations. Spatial extent of hypoxia; Fish habitat; Oxygenation of the estuary.


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