Telemetry-determined diurnal positions of brown trout (Salmo trutta) in two

Young, Michael K.
April 1995
American Midland Naturalist;Apr95, Vol. 133 Issue 2, p264
Academic Journal
Focuses on the evaluation of the habitat used by 51 adult brown trouts in two south-central Wyoming streams from mid-June to early December 1991 using radio telemetry. Location occupied by all fish during study; Differences between used and available habitats within each stream; Mean water velocity between used and available habitats.


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