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Master of Science (MS)
William F. Sigler
During the summer of 1958, a study of the "Population Dynamics of the Small Benthic Fishes of Bear Lake, Idaho and Utah" was sponsored in part by a National Science Foundation grant to the Wildlife Management Department of Utah State University. The study was designed to extend over a period of three years. The collection of the material presented in this thesis was initiated in November 1958, and terminated in October 1959. Field work was carried out each weekend as weather permitted. Adverse winter conditions during january, February and March of 1959 prevented field work. This research was designed to study the distribution and the movement of some species of fish in relation to 1.) depths at 15, 50, 100, and 150 feet, and 2.) water temperatures at these depths.
Loo, Stanley K.Y., "Distribution and Movements of Some Fishes in Bear Lake, Utah-Idaho, 1958-59" (1960). All Graduate Theses and Dissertations. 344.
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