Fish trophic divergence along a lake productivity gradient revealed by historic patterns of invasion and eutrophication
Article first published online: 13 SEP 2013
© 2013 John Wiley & Sons Ltd
Volume 58, Issue 12, pages 2517–2531, December 2013
How to Cite
Tuckett, Q. M., Simon, K. S., Saros, J. E., Halliwell, D. B. and Kinnison, M. T. (2013), Fish trophic divergence along a lake productivity gradient revealed by historic patterns of invasion and eutrophication. Freshwater Biology, 58: 2517–2531. doi: 10.1111/fwb.12229
- Issue published online: 23 OCT 2013
- Article first published online: 13 SEP 2013
- Manuscript Accepted: 20 JUL 2013
- U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
- Maine Agricultural and Forest Experiment Station
- National Science Foundation through a Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant. Grant Number: DEB 1011267
Appendix S1. Description of standard methods used to calculate population growth curves.
Table S1. Correlations between Secchi depth and a suite of limnological, bathymetric and biological variables.
Table S2. ancova results for fish traits associated with body shape, fin dimensions and trophic structures.
Table S3. Proportional prey representation in fish diets.
Table S4. Results from Akaike Information Criterion model selection of white perch δ15N by traits values.
Table S5. Results from a von Bertalanffy growth model.
Table S6. Correlation between a suite of white perch morphological traits.
Figure S1. Map indicating study locations in the state of Maine, U.S.A.
Figure S2. Outline of white perch showing the location of 21 homologous landmarks.
Figure S3. Growth curves for 10 populations of white perch.
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