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Across Trophic Level System Simulation (ATLSS) - Fish

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Summary

The ATLSS ALFISH has as its main objective the ability to compare in a spatially-explicit manner the relative effects of alternative hydrologic scenarios on fresh-water fish densities across South Florida.

ATLSS : Alligators | Cape Sable Seaside Sparrows | Crayfish | Deer | Fish | Florida Panthers | Hydrology | Snail Kite | Landscape/Vegetation | Wading Birds

The ATLSS Landscape Fish model (ALFISH) has as its main objective the ability to compare in a spatially-explicit manner the relative effects of alternative hydrologic scenarios on fresh-water fish densities across South Florida. Another objective is to provide a measure of the dynamic, spatially-explicit food resources available to wading birds.

Note: PowerPoint® files (below) are available from the ATLSS website. If you have problems downloading these files, please e-mail Louis J. Gross at gross@tiem.utk.edu.

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