Title

Shads and diadromy: Implications for ecology, evolution, and biogeography

Authors

R M. McDowall

Publication Date

2003

Keywords

anadromous, Biogeography, biological, catadromous, Clupeidae, COMMUNITIES, COMMUNITY, conservation, CYCLE, diadromy, dispersal, Distribution, DIVERSITY, downstream, ecology, evolution, evolutionary, Fish, FISH COMMUNITIES, FISH COMMUNITY, fish population, FISH POPULATIONS, FISHES, Flow, FOLLOW, FREQUENCY, gene, Gene flow, geomagnetic, Gradient, guidance, habitat, habitats, homing, LATITUDINAL VARIATION, LIFE, life cycle, life cycles, LIFE-CYCLE, LIFE-CYCLES, marine, MECHANISM, mechanisms, migrating, migration, migrations, model, models, ORIGIN, population, POPULATIONS, power, problems, productivity, range, restoration, river, Rivers, SEA, shad, species, species diversity, SPECIES-DIVERSITY, straying, stream, STREAM FISH COMMUNITIES, SYSTEM, translocation, upstream

Journal or Book Title

Biodiversity, Status, and Conservation of the World'S Shads

Pages

11-23

Volume

35

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