STATHAB/FStress

Contact : Nicolas LAMOUROUX

As in standard habitat models, STATHAB also combines a hydraulic model (describing the variability of the hydraulic habitat within segments) and biological models for species, guilds or life stages.

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Bibliography

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Lamouroux N. 1995. Bulletin Français de la Pêche et de la Pisciculture, 337/338/339, 157-163. Les modèles statistiques de description de l'habitat hydraulique : des outils pour l'écologie. 

Lamouroux N. 1997. PhD Thesis, université Lyon 1, Villeurbanne, France, n° 198-97. Hydraulique statistique et prédiction de caractéristiques du peuplement piscicole : modèles pour l'écosystème fluvial. 

Lamouroux N. 1998. Journal of Hydraulic Engineering. 124, 224-227. Depth probability distributions in stream reaches. 

Lamouroux N. Capra H., Pouilly M. 1998. Regulated Rivers: Research and Management. 14, 1-11. Predicting habitat suitability for lotic fish: linking statistical hydraulic models with multivariate habitat use models. 

Lamouroux N., Souchon Y., Hérouin E. 1995. Water Resources Research, 31, 2367-2375. Predicting velocity frequency distributions in stream reaches. 

Lamouroux N., Statzner B., Fuchs U., Kohmann F., Schmedtje U. 1992. Water Resources Research, 28, 3251-3258. An unconventional approach to modeling spatial and temporal variability of local shear stress in stream segments. 

Statzner B., Borchardt D. 1994. Pages 113-140 in P.S. Giller, A.G. Hildrew and D.G. Raffaelli, editors. Aquatic Ecology: scale, pattern and process. Blackwell Scientific Publications, Oxford, UK. Longitudinal patterns and processes along streams: Modelling ecological responses to physical gradients. 

Statzner B., Müller R. 1989. Freshwater Biology, 21, 445-459. Standard hemispheres as indicators of flow characteristics in lotic benthos research.