Quellenverzeichnis “Modernes Fische Finden – Der Zander”

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Quellenverzeichnis “Modernes Fische Finden – Der Zander”
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  • 5th International Workshop on the Biology of Fish Gametes – Andrea Miccoli
  • A telemetry study on the diurnal distribution and activity of adult pikeperch, Sander lucioperca (L.), in a riverine environment – Pavel Horky • Ondrej Slavík • LudekBartos 
  • Annual movement and migration of adult pikeperch in a lowland river – A. Koed •P.Mejlhede • K. Balleby • K. Aarestrup
  • Assessing nursery habitat quality for native smelts (Osmeridae) in the low-salinityzone of the San Francisco estuary – J. A. Hobbs • W. A. Bennett • J. E. Burton
  • Biology and Culture of Percid Fishes | Principles and Practices – Patrick Kestemont • Konrad Dabrowski • Robert C. Summerfelt
  • Diel activity of adult pikeperch Sander lucioperca (L.) in a drainage canal in themediterranean basin during spring – Nicolas Poulet • Céline Arzel • Samir Messad•Sovan Lek • Christine Argillier
  • Diet and prey selection of pikeperch (Stizostedion lucioperca (L.)) in Lake Vesijärvianalysed with a logit model – Heikki Peltonen • Hannu Rita • Jukka Ruuhijärvi
  • Diet and prey selection of pikeperch sander lucioperca linnaeus, 1758 populationin lake Eği̇rdi̇r Turkey – M. A. Yağci • A. Alp, A • Yağci • R. Uysal
  • Diet patterns and ontogenetic diet shift of pikeperch, Sander lucioperca (L.) fryin lakes Peipsi and Võrtsjärv (Estonia) – Kai Ginter • Külli Kangur • Andu Kangur •Peeter Kangur • Marina Haldna 
  • Dietary importance of various prey fishes for pikeperch Sander lucioperca (L.) inlarge shallow lake Võrtsjärv (Estonia) Peeter Kangur • Andu Kangur • Külli Kangur
  • Distribution, Population Structure, and Some Biological Distinctions of PikeperchSander lucioperca of the Channel Part of the Akhtuba River (Volga-Akhtuba WaterSystem) – K. V. Kuzishchin • K. Yu. Samoilov • M. A. Gruzdeva • D. S. Pavlov
  • Diurnal and seasonal fish horizontal migrations in the Sulejów reservoir, Poland -Jakub Wojtalik • Małgorzata Godlewska • Piotr Frankiewicz • Maciej Zalewski
  • Effects of abiotic factors on movements of pikeperch during pre-spawning andspawning season in a Baltic archipelago – Kari Saulamo • Jyrki Lappalainen
  • Factors influencing movement and behaviour of animals in riverine environmentPetra Horká (born Kulíšková)
  • Feeding ecology and behaviour of pikeperch, Sander lucioperca (L.) in boreallakes – Tapio Keskinen
  • Food consumption and prey orientation of piscivorous brown trout (Salmo trutta)and pikeperch (Stizostedionlucioperca) in a large regulated lake – T. Vehanen • P.Hyvarinen • A. Huusko
  • Foraging behaviour and capture success in perch, pikeperch and pike and theeffects of prey density – H. Turesson • C. Brönmark
  • Growth and diet of the pikeperch Sander lucioperca (L.) in two French reservoirs -Christine Argillier • Marc Barral • Pascal Irz
  • Growth of pikeperch in relation to lake characteristics: total phosphorus, watercolour, lake area and depth – T. Keskinen and T. J. Marjomäki
  • Homing beahavior of pikeperch (Sander lucioperca) following experimentaltransplantation – Tapio Keskinen • Jari-Pekka • J. Pääkkönen • Juha Lilja • Timo J.Marjomäki • Juha Karjalainen
  • Intertidal and basin-wide habitat use of fishes in the Scheldt estuary – MaartenStevens
  • Introduction and establishment of the pikeperch Stizostedion lucioperca (L.) inStanborough Lake (Hertfordshire) and its dispersal in the Thames catchment -Gordon H. Copp 
  • Movements of pikeperch, bream and pike in Lake Ringsjön, Sweden – LiselottNilsson
  • Piscivore-Prey Fish Interactions: Mechanisms behind Diurnal Patterns in PreySelectivity in Brown and Clear Water – Lynn Ranåker • Jens Persson • MikaelJönsson • P. Anders Nilsson • Christer Brönmark
  • Piscivore-Prey Fish Interactions: Mechanisms behind Diurnal Patterns in PreySelectivity in Brown and Clear Water – Lynn Ranåker • Jens Persson • MikaelJönsson • P. Anders Nilsson • Christer Brönmark 
  • Principles of Wind and Walleyes – by InFisherman
  • Response of the residential piscivorous fish community to introduction of a newpredator type in a mesotrophic lake – Torsten Schulze • Ulrich Baade • HendrikDörner • Reiner Eckmann • Susanne S. Haertel-Borer • Franz Hölker • Thomas Mehner 
  • Seasonal variation in the interactions between piscivorous fish, planktivorousfish and zooplankton in a shallow eutrophic lake – Jacobus Vijverberg • MaartenBoersma • Wim L.T. van Densen • Wim Hoogenboezem • Eddy H.R.R. Lammens • Wolf M. Mooij
  • Temperature dependent growth and yield of pikeperch, Sander lucioperca, inFinnish lakes – J. Lappalainen • T. Malinen • M. Rahikainen • M. Vinni • K. Nyberg •J.Ruuhijärvi • M. Salminen
  • The effect of the moon phase and seasonality on the behaviour of pikeperch inthe Elbe River – Pavel Horký • Ondřej Slavík • Ludĕk Bartoš • Jitka Kolářová •Tomáš Randák
  • The effects of temperature on specific dynamic action and ammonia excretionin pikeperch (Sander lucioperca) – Michael Frisk • John Fleng Steffensen • PeterVilhelm Skov
  • There and back again: migration in freshwater fishes – C. Brönmark • K. Hulthén •P.A. Nilsson • C. Skov • L.-A. Hansson • J. Brodersen • B.B. Chapman
  • Trophic ecology of the pikeperch (Sander lucioperca) in its introduced areas: astable isotope approach in southwestern France – Dorothée Kopp • Julien Cucherousset • Jari Syväranta • Aurélia Martino • Régis Céréghino • Frédéric Santoul
  • Walleye wisdom – by InFisherman
  • Waves affect predator–prey interactions between fish and benthic invertebrates -Friederike Gabel • Stefan Stoll • Philipp Fischer • Martin T. Pusch • Xavier-Francois Garcia