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The Distribution Characteristics of Fish Community by Habitat Type in the Nonsan Stream
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  • Journal title : Journal of Wetlands Research
  • Volume 16, Issue 3,  2014, pp.303-313
  • Publisher : Korean Wetlands Society
  • DOI : 10.17663/JWR.2014.16.3.303
 Title & Authors
The Distribution Characteristics of Fish Community by Habitat Type in the Nonsan Stream
Lee, Hwang-Goo; Choi, Jun-Kil;
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 Abstract
The spatial distribution characteristic of fish community were investigated at the 10 habitat types in the Nonsan stream from August, 2008 to June, 2009. The collected species during the surveyed period were 26 species belong to 6 families. Korean endemic species were Sarcocheilichthys nigripinnis morii, Squalidus japonicus coreanus, Hemiculter eigenmanni, Pseudobagrus koreanus, and Odontobutis interrupta which showed 19.2% ratio of total species. Dominant species was Zacco platypus, and subdominant species was Tridentiger brevispinis. Dominant species according to habitat types were Micropterus salmoides(substrate type pool and rock type pool), Lepomis macrochirus(channel connected pool and channel unconnected pool/abandoned type pool), T. brevispinis(channel unconnected pool/overflow type and run) and Z. platypus(riffle, meander type pool, side channel, and dam type pool). As a results of community analysis in side channel, diversity index showed relatively high values, indicating that habitat types in the Nonsan stream have relatively stable community structure. Bray-curtis cluster analysis indicated that the meander type pool and riffle showed the most similar values(80.8%). Moreover, cluster and principal component analysis were classified as 2 groups(lotic and lentic habitats).
 Keywords
Nonsan stream;Habitat type;Community analysis;Cluster analysis;Principal component analysis;
 Language
Korean
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