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Using Fish Behavior to Assess Habitat Quality of a Restored Oyster Reef

Using Fish Behavior to Assess Habitat Quality of a Restored Oyster Reef Wilson, L.M., S.E. Sing, G.L. Piper, R.W. Hansen, R. De Clerck- Acknowledgements Floate, D.K. MacKinnon and C. Randall. 2005. Biology and Our study was funded by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service biological control of dalmatian and yellow toadflax. USDA (USFWS) and the South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station Forest Service, FHTET-05-13. located at South Dakota State University (SDSU). We appreciate the support provided by the Department of Natural Resource Manage- ment at SDSU. We thank USFWS staff including W. Henderson, S. Revering, D. Peterson, C. Stromlund, J. Brooks, F. Christopher, S. Rockwood, J. Vandenbosch, K. Moratz, B. Van Kuelen, N. Bieber, and M. Seufert for field assistance. We thank L. Garner for reviewing Using Fish Behavior to Assess Habitat an earlier draft of this manuscript. The findings and conclusions in this article are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent Quality of a Restored Oyster Reef the views of the USFWS. Craig A. Layman (corresponding author: Department of Applied Ecology, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, References NC 27695, calayman@ncsu.edu), Zachary R. Jud (Depart- Daubenmire, R.F. 1959. A canopy-coverage method of vegetation ment of Biological Sciences, Florida International University, analysis. Northwest Science 33:521–524. North Miami, FL), D. Albrey http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Ecological Restoration University of Wisconsin Press

Using Fish Behavior to Assess Habitat Quality of a Restored Oyster Reef

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Wilson, L.M., S.E. Sing, G.L. Piper, R.W. Hansen, R. De Clerck- Acknowledgements Floate, D.K. MacKinnon and C. Randall. 2005. Biology and Our study was funded by the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service biological control of dalmatian and yellow toadflax. USDA (USFWS) and the South Dakota Agricultural Experiment Station Forest Service, FHTET-05-13. located at South Dakota State University (SDSU). We appreciate the support provided by the Department of Natural Resource Manage- ment at SDSU. We thank USFWS staff including W. Henderson, S. Revering, D. Peterson, C. Stromlund, J. Brooks, F. Christopher, S. Rockwood, J. Vandenbosch, K. Moratz, B. Van Kuelen, N. Bieber, and M. Seufert for field assistance. We thank L. Garner for reviewing Using Fish Behavior to Assess Habitat an earlier draft of this manuscript. The findings and conclusions in this article are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent Quality of a Restored Oyster Reef the views of the USFWS. Craig A. Layman (corresponding author: Department of Applied Ecology, North Carolina State University, Raleigh, References NC 27695, calayman@ncsu.edu), Zachary R. Jud (Depart- Daubenmire, R.F. 1959. A canopy-coverage method of vegetation ment of Biological Sciences, Florida International University, analysis. Northwest Science 33:521–524. North Miami, FL), D. Albrey

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Ecological RestorationUniversity of Wisconsin Press

Published: May 6, 2014

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