Ecology of Sculpin in Coastal Rivers in Northwestern California; Interspecific Habitat Seperation and Effect of an Introduced Piscivore. Master's Thesis

Creator

White, J.L.

Date

2000

Title

Ecology of Sculpin in Coastal Rivers in Northwestern California; Interspecific Habitat Seperation and Effect of an Introduced Piscivore. Master's Thesis

Description

This thesis is comprised of two separate studies. In the first, sympatric coastrange sculpin, Cottus aleuticus, and prickly sculpin, C. asper, occupied distinct habitats in the mainstem Smith River, northwestern California. The second study explored how introduced Sacramento pikeminnow, Ptychocheilus grandis, have altered the density and mesohabitat -scale distribution of native sculpins (Cottus aleuticus and C. asper) in the Eel River of northwestern California.

Contributor

Humboldt State University, Arcata, CA

Bibliographic Citation

White, J.L. 2000. Ecology of Sculpin in Coastal Rivers in Northwestern California; Interspecific Habitat Seperation and Effect of an Introduced Piscivore. Master's Thesis. Humboldt State University, Arcata California

Files

http://eelriverrecovery.org/library/White_HSU_2000.pdf

Citation

White, J.L. , “Ecology of Sculpin in Coastal Rivers in Northwestern California; Interspecific Habitat Seperation and Effect of an Introduced Piscivore. Master's Thesis,” Eel River Library, accessed September 22, 2017, http://eelriverlibrary.omeka.net/items/show/333.

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