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Wood, J., and P. Budy. 2009. The Role of Environmental Factors in Determining Early Survival and Invasion Success of Exotic Brown Trout. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 138:756-767.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 18734
Type: Journal Article
Author: Wood, J., and P. Budy
Date (year): 2009
Article Title:The Role of Environmental Factors in Determining Early Survival and Invasion Success of Exotic Brown Trout.
Journal Name: Transactions of the American Fisheries Society
Volume: 138
Issue:
Pages: 756-767
URL:
Keywords: brown trout, Salmo trutta, invasion success, Utah
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Salmo trutta

    UT - Logan River (lower) [in the city of Logan]
    UT - Logan River, near Zanavoo Lodge, South of hwy 89 [approx 5 miles NE of Logan]
    UT - Logan River, Third Dam [approx 6.5 miles NE of Logan]
    UT - Right Hand Fork, Logan River tributary [approx 11 miles NE of Logan]
    UT - Logan River, wood camp [approx 10 miles NE of Logan]
    UT - Temple Fork (mouth), Logan River tributary [approx 14 miles NE of Logan]
    UT - Temple Fork, Logan River tributary [approx 13.5 miles NE of Logan]
    UT - Logan River, Weston's Run [approx 15 miles NE of Logan]
    UT - Spawn Creek, Logan River tributary [approx 15 miles NE of Logan]
    UT - Logan River, Red Banks [approx 18.5 miles NE of Logan]
    UT - Franklin Basin, Logan River tributary [approx 19 miles NE of Logan]
    UT - Beaver Creek, Logan River tributary [approx 21 miles NE of Logan]


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