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Analysis of the Fish Community on Tidal-Freshwater Constructed Reefs
Constructed reefs are used successfully in marine systems to enhance spawning habitat; this study examines the effectiveness of constructed reefs in a tidal-freshwater river. Fish abundance, species diversity and richness, residency, water column position, reproductive guilds, and feeding guilds were analyzed on two constructed reefs in the tidal-freshwater James River and compared to silted regions representing the primary substrate in the river. Reefs were sampled using hydroacoustics,doi:10.25772/b7qy-qs54 fatcat:6prcp5qegvfplfgo3bxh7vxaxy