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Examples of studies using two or more different methods to study fish distributions in freshwaters.

Exemples d’études reportant l’utilisation de deux ou plusieurs méthodes différentes pour étudier la distribution des poissons dans les milieux d’eaux douces.

Methods References
Hydroacoustics and netting Baldwin & Polacek, 2011; Muška et al., 2013
Hydroacoustics, gillnetting and others (scuba diving or ichthyoplankton net) Imbrock et al., 1996; Prchalová et al., 2003,
Hydroacoustics and net towing Kratochvil et al., 2010
Hydroacoustics and radio telemetry Grimardias et al., 2017
Hydroacoustics and acoustic telemetry Lyons & Lucas, 2002; McGrath et al., 2003; Dunlop et al., 2010
Acoustic telemetry and gillnetting Smith et al., 2011
Radio telemetry and mark-recapture Auer, 1999
Radio or acoustic telemetry, PIT tags Caswell et al., 2004; Binder & McDonald, 2007
Mark-recapture and PIT tags Caroffino et al., 2009
Gillnetting and electrofishing Mehner et al., 2005
Beach seining, electrofishing and purse seining Říha et al., 2015

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