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Simulating fish redistribution in the lg 2 reservoir after flooding

, : Simulating fish redistribution in the lg 2 reservoir after flooding. Ecological Modelling 28(1-2): 97-112

A model is presented of the movements of fish populations in a large reservoir over the 2 yr following innundation. Two species [Stizostedion vitreum and Catostomus catostomus] are examined, and results are compared to observations. The model predictions are fairly close after the 1st year but diverge from observations at several stations after the 2nd year. This divergence probably is due to the adaptation of the populations to new spawning areas, a factor not yet considered in the model. Future directions for development of the model are discussed.

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