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Morphology and hydraulic condition of rivers explain habitat and actual species distribution of fish species. However, detailed ground surveys to obtain such habitat information are generally complicated and costly. Therefore, we aimed to explore the possibility of integrating aerial photographs...
Vegetation has been shown to be a dominant factor that affects flow capacity and flow conditions. Most empirical studies of the effects of plants on flow have been conducted in artificial channels, using plastic leaves or rigid cylindrical materials, and they have focused on hydraulic effects....
Predictive distribution models are widely used in species conservation planning. However, identifying specific sites for undertaking conservation action such as reintroduction pose a practical challenge for practitioners. We demonstrate that the potential habitat distribution models intersected...
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