Riparian Areas of the Southwestern United States: Hydrology, Ecology, and Management

By Malchus B. Baker Jr.; Peter F. Ffolliott et al. | Go to book overview
CHAPTER 13
Fish Habitats: Conservation and Management Implications
John N. RinneCONTENTS
13.1 Introduction 278
13.2 Aquatic Habitats in Riparian Areas 278
13.2.1 Riparian-Stream Areas 278
13.2.2 Changes in Riparian-Stream Habitats 280
13.3 Fish Habitat Components 281
13.3.1 Water 281
13.3.2 Vegetation 283
13.3.3 Large Woody Material 283
13.3.4 Near Stream and Instream Components 285
13.3.4.1 Streambanks and Channel Morphology 283
13.3.4.2 Stream Substrate 283
13.3.4.3 Velocity of Flowing Water 284
13.3.4.4 Biological Habitats 285
13.4 Relationship of Fishes to Specific Habitats 287
13.4.1 Water Flow Regimes 288
13.4.2 Geomorphology 288
13.4.3 Aquatic Macrohabitats 290
13.5 Conservation and Management Practices 290
13.5.1 Conservation and Management Approach 290
13.5.2 Sustaining Fish Assemblages 290
13.5.3 Sustaining Natural Conditions 291
13.6 Summary 291
References 292

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