The Influence of Channel Morphology and Hydrology on Spawning Population of Steelhead Trout in South Fork Eel River Tributaries. Dissertatio

Creator

Trush, W.J.

Date

1991

Title

The Influence of Channel Morphology and Hydrology on Spawning Population of Steelhead Trout in South Fork Eel River Tributaries. Dissertatio

Description

Spawning steelhead (Oncorhynchus mvJsill) were observed from 1983 to 1986 in the upper South Fork Eel River, Mendocino County, California to formulate and test interrelationships between stream channel dynamics and steelhead trout spawning habitat.

Contributor

University of California, Berkekey. Berkeley, CA

Bibliographic Citation

Trush, W.J. 1991. The Influence of Channel Morphology and Hydrology on Spawning Population of Steelhead Trout in South Fork Eel River Tributaries. Dissertation. UC Berkeley, Berkeley California.

Files

Trush_Berkeley_1991.pdf

Citation

Trush, W.J., “The Influence of Channel Morphology and Hydrology on Spawning Population of Steelhead Trout in South Fork Eel River Tributaries. Dissertatio,” Eel River Library, accessed November 22, 2017, http://eelriverlibrary.omeka.net/items/show/336.

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