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The Western Fisheries Research Center studies: threatened and endangered fishes
Within historical time, western native fish communities have faced increasing threats from habitat loss, invasive species, and pollution. It should come as no surprise that human development has greatly altered fish habitat in the west because of the importance of water for domestic, agricultural, and industrial uses, power generation, waste disposal, flood protection, and transportation. Fish that were adapted to natural cycles of river flow, lake levels, and water temperatures have beendoi:10.3133/fs20063064 fatcat:lzk72rhbrfb7jdo6df5a5e7caq