Combining radio and PIT-telemetry to study the large and fine-scale movements of stocked and wild brown trout (Salmo trutta L.) in a Northeastern stream, Portugal
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Teixeira, Amílcar A. T.; Cortes, Rui M. V.;
Stream-resident salmonid movements have been the subject of numerous studies and their
behaviour is relatively well-known (Harcup et al., 1984; Heggenes, 1988). For example,
brown trout (Salmo trutta) is described as a sedentary species based on the behaviour
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