Effects of biotic and physical stressors on fish swimming performance and behaviour
Locomotion is essential for all aspects of a fish's ecology and directly influences individual fitness by facilitating reproduction, food acquisition and predator avoidance. The effect of environmental factors on swimming fundamentally shapes the distribution of species. The first five chapters of this thesis examine how biotic and abiotic stressors influence fish swimming performance and behaviour. Because data (not just fish!) are essential for answering these questions, the last chapter...[Show more]
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