Spatio-temporal variation in distribution of aquatic species and their habitats in a reservoir transition zoneThis article is part of a larger document. View the larger document here.
Dams convert riverine habitat to a series of reaches or zones where differences in flow, habitat, and biota, both downstream and in reservoirs, are obvious and well described. At the upstream extent of a reservoir, however, is a transitional reach or zone that contains characteristics of riverine habitat both in the upper reservoir and in tributaries connected to the reservoir.
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