Contains new findings about the ecological and environmental workings of the Hudson River and the effects on fishes. Chapter authors present important new findings including the effects of zebra mussels that colonized the river in 1991 and concomitant changes in macrophyte beds, the impact of changing land use on the watershed, increasing use of the Hudson by anglers, and the status of fish populations including the decline of Atlantic sturgeon.
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