2 edition of review of Arctic grayling studies in Alaska, 1952-1982 found in the catalog.
review of Arctic grayling studies in Alaska, 1952-1982
Armstrong, Robert H.
by Institute of Arctic Biology, University of Alaska-Fairbanks in [Fairbanks? Alaska]
Written in English
|Other titles||Indexed bibliography of the holarctic genus thymallus (grayling) to 1985.|
|Statement||by Robert H. Armstrong. Indexed bibliography of the holarctic genus thymallus (grayling) to 1985 / by Robert H. Armstrong and Haakon Hop and Julia H. Triplehorn.|
|Series||Biological papers of the University of Alaska -- no. 23.|
|Contributions||Armstrong, Robert H., 1936-, Hop, Haakon., Triplehorn, Julia H.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||v, 110 p. :|
|Number of Pages||110|
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Get this from a library. A review of Arctic grayling studies in Alaska, [Robert H Armstrong; Haakon Hop; Julia H Triplehorn] -- Two scholarly contributions on the biology and reference materials (1, published and unpublished references) for fishes of the holarctic genus, Thymallus which in Alaska is represented by the.
Armstrong RH () A review of Arctic grayling studies in Alaska, Biol Pap Univ Alaska – Google Scholar. McCart P () A review of the systematics and ecology of Arctic char. Salvelinus alpinus Ecology of Overwintering Fishes in Alaskan Freshwaters.
In: Milner A.M., Oswood M.W. (eds) Freshwaters of Alaska. Cited by: Development of habitat suitability indices and bioenergetics models for Arctic grayling (Thymallus arcticus) Technical Report (PDF Available) January. It can even be hypothesized that marginal habitat conditions for salmonids in the upper Big Hole River may be contributing to the persistence of fluvial grayling by inhibiting the non-native salmonids.
REFERENCES Armstrong, R. A review of Arctic grayling studies in Alaska, Length and Age at Maturity of Arctic Grayling in the Snake River duringFDS and peer review. Armstrong, R. A review of Arctic gray ling studies in Alaska, Phenotypic and genetic differentiation of two major phylogeographical lineages of arctic grayling Thymallus arcticus in the Lena River, and surrounding Arctic drainages A review of Arctic grayling studies in Alaska, linkki: moniste: Alaska, harjus: University of Alaska: The Book of the Grayling being a Description of the Fish.
Clark R.A. Stock status and rehabilitation of Chena River arctic grayling during and Alaska Department of Fish and Game Fishery Data Series 66p. Clark, R.A. Influence of Stream Flows and Stock Size on Recruitment of Arctic Grayling (Thymallus arcticus) in the Chena River, Alaska.
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