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Studies from T.L. Demelo and colleagues yield new information about neotropical ichthyology
December 4th, 2009
According to recent research from Goiania, Brazil, "This study aims to determine which of twelve environmental parameters (five physicochemical and seven hydromorphological) influence on the fish assemblage structure of the lower Mortes River basin located in the Bananal floodplain of the Araguaia River basin, Central Brazil. Sampling was conducted in six stretches of 1000 m each during the high and low waters."
"Fish were captured using gill nets and environmental parameters were measured by portable equipment or determined visually. The co-inertia analysis indicated that two physicochemical (dissolved oxygen and water transparency), and four hydromorphological (channel...
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Source: Energy and Ecology Business (2009-12-04)