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MAPPING THE CRITICAL HABITATS FOR MIGRATORY SPECIES OF THE UPPER GRANDE RIVER REGION, MINAS GERAIS STATE, BRAZIL
Applied Ecology and Environmental Research
Spawning sites, floodplain lakes and the vegetation integrity were mapped and quantified in the upper Grande River basin, to aid the conservation of local migratory fish fauna, including the management of the existing fish pass. The distribution of critical habitats for the life cycle of migratory species, such as spawning sites and nursery areas, is essential because some significant impacts, such as "source-sink" dynamics and ecological traps may take place depending on their distribution. Wedoi:10.15666/aeer/1104_645659. fatcat:bdqatksoefey3hebej7ai6f2hy