Send to my Kindle

The impact of the Goesan dam on fish communities up- and downstream

Mi-Young Song, Wan-Ok Lee, Kyung-Hwan Kim, Young-Seuk Park and Mi-Jung Bae

We report the impact of a dam on fish communities upstream and downstream.

A self-organizing map differentiated four different clusters of fish communities.

At the site directly before the dam, large numbers of largemouth bass were observed.

Species turnover rate was the highest between the two sites directly upstream and downstream of the dam.

Species composition was negatively correlated in the farthest distances based on spatial autocorrelation.

Ann. Limnol. - Int. J. Lim., 52 (2016) 151-162
Published online: 21 March 2016
DOI: 10.1051/limn/2016002

We offer the option to send directly this article to your Kindle device as a PDF. To allow us to send documents to your Kindle, you must add web-services@edpsciences.org to the list of approved contacts in your Amazon's Kindle account (see Amazon help page).

Please select either @kindle.com or @free.kindle.com address to send the PDF as a Kindle Personal Document. Note that using @kindle.com will allow direct syncing to your device but may imply a fee. @free.kindle.com may take longer, using USB or wi-fi, but with no fee.