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Phelps, Q.E., B.D.S. Graeb, and D.W. Willis. 2008. Influence of the Moran effect on spatiotemporal synchrony in common carp recruitment. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society(137):1701-1708.
Reference Details:
Reference Number: 18796
Type: Journal Article
Author: Phelps, Q.E., B.D.S. Graeb, and D.W. Willis
Date (year): 2008
Article Title:Influence of the Moran effect on spatiotemporal synchrony in common carp recruitment.
Journal Name: Transactions of the American Fisheries Society
Issue: 137
Pages: 1701-1708
Keywords: Common carp, Cyprinus carpio, Moran effect, spatiotemporal synchrony, South Dakota
Species Profiles and Specimens that use this Reference:

Cyprinus carpio

    SD - Big Stone Lake on the Minnesota River
    SD - Blue Dog Lake, north of Waubay
    SD - Brant Lake
    SD - Clear Lake, southeast of Lake City
    SD - Enemy Swim Lake, about 4 miles east of Grenville
    SD - Lake Hendricks, west of Hendricks
    SD - Lake Herman, west of Madison
    SD - Lake Kampeska, west of Watertown
    SD - Lake Madison
    SD - Lake Norden, south of Hayti
    SD - Pelican Lake, southwest of Watertown
    SD - Lake Poinsett
    SD - Roy Lake, southwest of Lake City
    SD - Lake Sinai, northwest of Sinai
    SD - South Buffalo Lake
    SD - Lake Thompson, southeast of De Smet
    SD - Lake Traverse
    SD - Waubay Lake
    WY - Pathfinder Reservoir
    WA - Green Lake in Seattle
    IL - Mississippi River, Pool 19
    IL - Illinois River, Lake Chautauqua

Dorosoma cepedianum

    SD - Cheyenne River, at Angostura Reservoir


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