Drought, river fragmentation forcing endangered fish out of water, biologist finds

ScienceDaily: A Kansas State University researcher is discovering that the North American drought has caused dramatic changes in native fish communities. "A couple of key species that we have been studying have virtually disappeared where they historically were abundant," said Keith Gido, professor of biology who researches fish ecology and conservation of aquatic systems. Gido and his team study state and federal endangered and threatened fish species in river ecosystems, including the Arkansas, Kansas,......

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