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A Bibliography of Fisheries Biology in North and South Dakota

Sample Entry

785. Owen, J.B., and C.H. Wahtola, Jr.   1972   
   The vertical and lateral distribution of goldeye, Hiodon
   alosoides, and yellow perch, Perca flavescens, in the Little
   Missouri Arm, Lake Sakakawea.  

   Proc. N. Dak. Acad. Sci. 26(part I):16 (abstract)

   Goldeye were found most often in upper strata and were
   most abundant in the turbid upstream portion of the
   arm.  Yellow perch were more often found in the deeper
   strata but were equally abundant along the entire arm.
   Key Words:   Sakakawea, goldeye, yellow perch

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