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Habitat Suitability Index Models and Instream Flow Suitability Curves: White sucker

January 1, 1994

The white sucker (Catostomus commersoni) is a highly adaptable, freshwater fish species found in lacustrine and riverine environments from the Mackenzie River, Hudson Bay drainage, and the Labrador Peninsula; south along the Atlantic Coast to western Georgia; along the northern extremes of the Gulf States to northern Oklahoma; north through the eastern sections of Colorado, Wyomi ng, and Montana; and through A"I berta, north-central Bri t ish Col umbi a and southeastern Yukon territory (Carlander 1969; Scott and Crossman 1973).

Citation Information

Publication Year 1984
Title Habitat Suitability Index Models and Instream Flow Suitability Curves: White sucker
DOI
Authors Kathleen A. Twomey, Kathryn L. Williamson, Patrick C. Nelson
Publication Type Report
Publication Subtype Federal Government Series
Series Title FWS/OBS
Series Number 82/10.64
Index ID fwsobs82_10_64
Record Source USGS Publications Warehouse
USGS Organization U.S. Geological Survey