|Document Type:||Journal Article|
|Title:||Habitat complementation, ecological neighbourhoods, and local factors predict the distribution and abundance of spawning by steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss) across a complex riverscape|
|Author:||Jeff A. Falke, Jason B. Dunham, Chris E. Jordan, Kristina M. McNyset, Gordon H. Reeves|
|Keywords:||anadromous fishes, count regression, life cycle, spatial ecological processes, species occurrence, stream networks,|
1. We assessed the relative influence of landscape spatial processes and local habitat characteristics on patterns in the distribution and abundance of spawning steelhead (Oncorhynchus mykiss), a threatened salmonid fish, across ~15,000 stream km in the John Day River basin, Oregon, USA.
|Theme:||Habitats to Support Sustainable Fisheries and Recovered Populations|
Characterize relationships between habitat and ecosystem processes, climate variation, and the viability of organisms.