The Zoogeography of North American freshwater fishes
A timely, authoritative monograph that charts the distribution of North American freshwater fish throughout the continent, attempts to explain these observed distribution tendencies, and develops a theory for the dispersal and evolution of these fishes through historical drainage patterns, plate tectonics, and Pleistocene glaciation. Chapters cover ichthyofaunal `provinces', fossil fishes, population ecology, and the effect of man's introduction of exotic species into the ecosystem.
Introduction to the Zoogeography of North American
Ichthyofaunal Patterns on a Geographic Grid
Zoogeography of Freshwater Fishes of the Hudson
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Arctic Beringia California Catostomus Cenozoic central Coastal Plain Colorado Columbia comm Cottus County Creek Cretaceous Cumberland cyprinid dispersal distribution drain east eastern endemic Eocene Esox Etheostoma fauna fish fauna Florida fossil freshwater fishes Fundulus G. R. Smith genus geological Gila goodeids habitats headwaters Hubbs and Miller Hudson Bay Hybopsis I I I I I I Ictaluridae Ictalurus Late lower lowland Mexico Minckley Miocene Mississippi River Missouri Mountains native Nevada North America northern Notropis occur Ohio River Oligocene Paleocene patterns Percina Plateau Pleistocene Pliocene populations preglacial present R. R. Miller range refugia Refugium region Rhinichthys River Basin River drainage River system Salmo southeastern southern stream capture streams taxa Teays Teays River Tennessee tion tributaries upland upper Valley western Gulf Slope Wisconsinan X X X X Yukon Yukon River z z z z z z