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Fish habitat modelling as a tool for river management

(2007) ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING. 29(3). p.305-315
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fuzzy logic, physical fish habitat modelling, weir impact assessment, restoration, expert knowledge, river restoration, bullhead (Cottus gobio L.), CASiMiR, BULLHEAD COTTUS-GOBIO, REGULATED LOWLAND RIVER, MICROHABITAT USE, DAM REMOVAL, STREAM, FLOW, RESTORATION, ECOHYDRAULICS, COMPETITION, BELGIUM

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MLA
Mouton, Ans, Matthias Schneider, Jochen Depestele, et al. “Fish Habitat Modelling as a Tool for River Management.” ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING 29.3 (2007): 305–315. Print.
APA
Mouton, A., Schneider, M., Depestele, J., Goethals, P., & De Pauw, N. (2007). Fish habitat modelling as a tool for river management. ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING, 29(3), 305–315.
Chicago author-date
Mouton, Ans, Matthias Schneider, Jochen Depestele, Peter Goethals, and Niels De Pauw. 2007. “Fish Habitat Modelling as a Tool for River Management.” Ecological Engineering 29 (3): 305–315.
Chicago author-date (all authors)
Mouton, Ans, Matthias Schneider, Jochen Depestele, Peter Goethals, and Niels De Pauw. 2007. “Fish Habitat Modelling as a Tool for River Management.” Ecological Engineering 29 (3): 305–315.
Vancouver
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Mouton A, Schneider M, Depestele J, Goethals P, De Pauw N. Fish habitat modelling as a tool for river management. ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING. 2007;29(3):305–15.
IEEE
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A. Mouton, M. Schneider, J. Depestele, P. Goethals, and N. De Pauw, “Fish habitat modelling as a tool for river management,” ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING, vol. 29, no. 3, pp. 305–315, 2007.
@article{366191,
  author       = {Mouton, Ans and Schneider, Matthias and Depestele, Jochen and Goethals, Peter and De Pauw, Niels},
  issn         = {0925-8574},
  journal      = {ECOLOGICAL ENGINEERING},
  keywords     = {fuzzy logic,physical fish habitat modelling,weir impact assessment,restoration,expert knowledge,river restoration,bullhead (Cottus gobio L.),CASiMiR,BULLHEAD COTTUS-GOBIO,REGULATED LOWLAND RIVER,MICROHABITAT USE,DAM REMOVAL,STREAM,FLOW,RESTORATION,ECOHYDRAULICS,COMPETITION,BELGIUM},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {3},
  pages        = {305--315},
  title        = {Fish habitat modelling as a tool for river management},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.ecoleng.2006.11.002},
  volume       = {29},
  year         = {2007},
}

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