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Scientific and Taxonomic Emphases

Scientific AreasTaxonomic Groups
Behavior and survival of salmonids at damsPacific salmon
Fish physiologyWhite sturgeon, salmon, Moapa dace
Predation on salmonidsSteelhead
Water quality effects on fishLamprey, salmon, Moapa dace
Early life history and recruitment of fishBull trout and Arctic charr
Habitat and bioenergetic modelingResident fishes of the Columbia River Moapa dace
Evaluation of habitat restorationsAmerican shad in the Columbia River
Effects of thermal stress on fish Moapa dace, salmon
Long-term environmental changes in riversColumbia River
Invasive speciesEurasian milfoil, New Zealand mudsnail

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