Macroinvertebrate Prey Availability and Fish Diet Selectivity in Relation to Environmental Variables in Natural and Restoring North San Francisco Bay Tidal Marsh Channels

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Howe, Emily R.; Simenstad, Charles A.; Toft, Jason D.; Cordell, Jeffrey R.; Bollens, Stephen M.;
(2014)
  • Publisher: eScholarship Publishing, University of California
  • Journal: San Francisco Estuary and Watershed Science (issn: 1546-2366)
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  • Subject: Ecology | GE1-350 | Fisheries | Environmental sciences | Tidal marsh, macroinvertebrate ecology, fish ecology, estuarine ecology, community composition, tidal marsh restoration, San Francisco estuary

https://doi.org/10.15447/sfews.2014v12iss1art5 Tidal marsh wetlands provide important foraging habitat for a variety of estuarine fishes. Prey organisms include benthic–epibenthic macroinvertebrates, neustonic arthropods, and zooplankton. Little is kn... View more
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