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Main Title Theory and application in fish feeding ecology /
Other Authors
Author Title of a Work
Stouder, Deanna J.
Fresh, Kurt L.
Feller, Robert J.
Publisher Published for the Belle W. Baruch Institute for Marine Biology and Coastal Research by the University of South Carolina Press,
Year Published 1992
OCLC Number 30625092
ISBN 1570030138; 9781570030130
Subjects Fishes--Food--Congresses. ; Fishes--Ecology--Congresses.
Library Call Number Additional Info Location Last
EKDM  QL639.1.T4 1994 CEMM/EPD Library/Athens,GA 12/26/2012 STATUS
Collation xiii, 390 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm.
Proceedings of GUTSHOP '92 held in Nov. 1992, at Rosario Resort, San Juan Islands, Wash. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Notes
Adaptive variability and mode choice in foraging fishes / Gene S. Helfman -- Trophic polymorphisms, plasticity, and speciation in vertebrates / Peter H. Wimberger -- Using foraging theory to study trophic interactions / Gary G. Mittelbach and Craig W. Osenberg -- Direct and indirect effects of southern flounder predation on a spot population : experimental and model analyses / Larry B. Crowder [and others] -- What determines prey size selectivity in piscivorous fishes? / Francis Juanes -- Use of suboptimal foraging habitats by fishes : consequences to growth and survival / Susan M. Sogard -- Habitat selection by lacustrine rainbow trout within gradients of temperature, oxygen, and food availability / Chris Luecke and David Teuscher -- Stage structure in fishes : resource productivity and competition gradients / Craig W. Osenberg, Mark H. Olson, and Gary G. Mittelbach -- Spatial pattern, spatial scale, and feeding in fishes / Ronald T. Kneib -- Predator-induced changes in copepod vertical migration : explanations for decreased overwinter survival of sockeye salmon / Dana C. Schmidt, Jeffery P. Koenings, and Gary B. Kyle -- Landscape approaches for assessing spatial patterns in fish foraging and growth / Stephen B. Brandt and Doran M. Mason -- Effects of physical disturbance on fish trophic interactions : the importance of consumer mobility / Denise L. Breitburg and Timothy Loher -- Predicting recruitment of temperate reef fishes in response to changes in macrophyte density caused by disturbance / Mark H. Carr -- The influence of ontogeny, perceived risk of predation, and visual ability on the foraging behavior of juvenile Chinook salmon / Robert S. Gregory -- Defining disturbance / James R. Karr -- Exotic species, trophic interactions, and ecosystem dynamics : a case study of Lake Victoria / Peter N. Reinthal and George W. Kling -- Modeling young-of-year fish response to an exotic invertebrate : direct and indirect interactions / D. Rae Barnhisel and W. Charles Kerfoot -- Why lampreys and humans "compete" (and when they don't) : toward a predictive theory of host species selection by parasitic lampreys / Philip A. Cochran -- Ecological consequences of introduced piscivorous fishes in the lower Columbia and Snake rivers / Thomas P. Poe, Rip S. Shively, and Roger A. Tabor -- Invasive cohorts : impacts of hatchery-reared coho salmon on the trophic, developmental, and genetic ecology of wild stocks / Jennifer Nielsen -- Linking theory and application in fish feeding ecology / Deanna I. Stouder, Kurt L. Fresh, and Robert J. Feller. A useful tool for understanding the broad-ranging effects of changing environmental conditions in aquatic ecosystems, Theory and Application in Fish Feeding Ecology links theoretical and practical aspects of fish foraging research. Fish feeding experts share their recent research, filling the gaps between contemporary information and theoretical issues. The twenty essays in this volume examine foraging theory, habitat gradients and landscape ecology, disturbance, and invasive species. Theory and Application in Fish Feeding Ecology integrates recently uncovered information with current techniques to address the many problems involved in the management of fishery resources.