diadromy

diadromy

migration of fish in either direction, from fresh to sea water or the reverse.
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Diadromy in fishes: migrations between freshwater and marine environments.
Morais and Daverat introduce graduate and undergraduate students to fish migration, providing the essentials of all the fish migratory tactics--potadromy, diadromy, and oceanodromy--for the first time since the 1980s.
On amphidromy, a distinct form of diadromy in aquatic organisms.
The major themes are the dynamic nature of diadromy, climate change and anthropogenic influences, ocean migration of diadromous fishes in a changing global environment, linkages with ecosystem energetics, population and habitat restoration, and management and governance.
A comprehensive approach to understanding diadromy at the species level: learning from the spawning migration of hickory shad.
Initial chapters discuss the early beliefs and studies of diadromy and review the terminology involved, as well as the taxonomic extent of diadromy.
With some groups of fishes, diadromy is a strong, important part of their life history strategy (i.
The life cycles of many aquatic species are divided between freshwater and marine habitats, a life history pattern termed diadromy.
The best known and studied types of diadromy are anadromy and catadromy.