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Ecology of fishes of the River Elbe ELFI - background, objective and realization of a joint project supported by the German Federal Ministry for Education and Research BMBF Oekologie der Elbetische ELFI - Problemstellung, Zielsetzung und Realisierung eines Verbundprojektes des Bundesministeriums fuer Bildung und Forschung BMBF


Zeitschrift fuer Fischkunde Supplementband, 1: 1-12
Ecology of fishes of the River Elbe ELFI - background, objective and realization of a joint project supported by the German Federal Ministry for Education and Research BMBF Oekologie der Elbetische ELFI - Problemstellung, Zielsetzung und Realisierung eines Verbundprojektes des Bundesministeriums fuer Bildung und Forschung BMBF
Between March 1997 and August 2002, a project supported by the German Federal Ministry for Education and Research focused on mathematical modelling of the habitat use of all life history stages of the fish fauna. Furthermore, a fish-ecological assessment of the middle Elbe River was performed, and a fish-ecological guiding view was developed. In the framework of a joint project, six institutes estimated habitat parameters and fish-ecological parameters at 19 main sites and 234 substations. Overall, 45 fish species were recorded in the Elbe section between stream kilometres 325 and 489. Cyprinids comprised 49 % of all estimated species. The highest station related species numbers (32 species) were found in the Stepenitz-Karthane system and in the Elbe River closed to the city of Havelberg. Common bream, roach, bleak, white bream, ide and perch dominated the fish community. The dominant fish species of the middle Elbe River were grouped into the omnivorous and benthivorous feeding guilds, and were eurytopic species having a phyto-lithophilic reproduction strategy,

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