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Community composition and diet of fishes as a function of tidal channel geomorphology
Marine Ecology Progress Series
We examined how channel system order and complexity influence fish community composition, abundance, and diet, by comparing first-through fourth-order channel systems at China Camp Marsh, San Francisco Estuary, California, USA. We sampled 6 channel systems (with replicates of the second-and fourth-order systems) bimonthly from July 2001 to May 2002 using modified fyke nets. We examined the diet of the 3 most common species that occurred consistently over time (seasonally): Atherinops affinis,doi:10.3354/meps321227 fatcat:bqq37j7w4rgczihcm7eyew2k4m