Title

Breeding location choice in salmon: causes (habitat, competition, body size, energy stores) and consequences (life span, energy stores)

Publication Date

2001

Keywords

behaviour, biological, BIOLOGY, BODY, body size, BODY-SIZE, Breeding, Breeding sites, Breeding success, competition, density, depth, ecology, energy, Energy storage, evolutionary, factors, females, Fish, fish physiology, Freshwater, habitat, Habitat selection, habitats, INDIVIDUALS, intensity, LIFE, Life span, LIFE-SPAN, Longevity, marine, Massachusetts, MECHANISM, muscle, Nests, Oncorhynchus, Oncorhynchus nerka, ONCORHYNCHUS-NERKA, pattern, PATTERNS, population, RATIO, Redds, Reproductive behaviour, REPRODUCTIVE SUCCESS, RESOURCES, salmon, scale, sex, sexual reproduction, size, sockeye, sockeye salmon, SOCKEYE-SALMON, store, stream, SUCCESS, traits, USA, velocity, Water, water depth, water velocity, wild

Journal or Book Title

Oikos

Pages

407-418

Volume

93

Issue

3

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