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Southeastern Naturalist Volume 12, Special Issue 4, 2013

Ecology and Conservation of the Threatened Blackside Dace, Chrosomus cumberlandensis

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Front cover  
Inside Front Cover  
Board of Editors/indicia page  
General Acknowledgments  
Foreword
Wayne C. Starnes
1
Introduction: Ecology and Conservation of the Threatened Blackside Dace, Chrosomus cumberlandensis
Hayden T. Mattingly
4
RESEARCH ARTICLES  
Population Densities of the Threatened Blackside Dace, Chrosomus cumberlandensis, in Kentucky and Tennessee
Tyler R. Black, Jason E. Detar, and Hayden T. Mattingly
6
Development and Validation of Habitat Models for the Threatened Blackside Dace, Chrosomus cumberlandensis, at Two Spatial Scales
Tyler R. Black, Brena K. Jones, and Hayden T. Mattingly
27
Nest Association and Reproductive Microhabitat of the Threatened Blackside Dace, Chrosomus cumberlandensis
Hayden T. Mattingly and Tyler R. Black
49
Movement Patterns of the Threatened Blackside Dace, Chrosomus cumberlandensis, in Two Southeastern Kentucky Watersheds
Jason E. Detar and Hayden T. Mattingly
64
A Culvert Acts as a Barrier for Blackside Dace (Chrosomus cumberlandensis) Movements in Lick Fork, Kentucky
David J. Eisenhour and Michael A. Floyd
82
Histopathological Analysis of Fish from Acorn Fork Creek, Kentucky, Exposed to Hydraulic Fracturing Fluid Releases
Diana M. Papoulias and Anthony L. Velasco
92
Changes in Fish Community Structure and Effects on Blackside Dace (Chrosomus cumberlandensis) Populations Following Beaver Colonization in Davis Branch, Cumberland Gap National Historical Park, Bell County, Kentucky
Michael C. Compton, Michael A. Floyd, and Douglas E. Stephens
112

Restoration of Stream Habitat for Blackside Dace, Chrosomus cumberlandensis, in Mill Branch, Knox County, Kentucky
Michael A. Floyd, Sherry L. Harrel, Arthur C. Parola, Chandra Hansen, J. Brent Harrel, and D. Kevin Merrill

129
Informing Recovery Management of the Threatened Blackside Dace, Chrosomus cumberlandensis, using a Bayesian-Belief Network Model
Kevin T. McAbee, Nathan P. Nibbelink, Trisha D. Johnson, and Hayden T. Mattingly
143
Spawning and Captive Propagation of Blackside Dace, Chrosomus cumberlandensis
Patrick L. Rakes, Melissa A. Petty, J.R. Shute, Crystal L. Ruble, and Hayden T. Mattingly
162
New Occurrence Records of Blackside Dace, Chrosomus cumberlandensis, in the Big South Fork Cumberland River Drainage
Rick D. Bivens, Bart D. Carter, Carl E. Williams, Edwin M. Scott, Jr., Douglas E. Stephens, Victoria R. Bishop, and Hayden T. Mattingly
171
Distribution of Blackside Dace, Chrosomus cumberlandensis, in the Upper Tennessee River Drainage of Virginia
Christopher E. Skelton
176
   
Conclusions and Future Directions: Ecology and Conservation of the Threatened Blackside Dace, Chrosomus cumberlandensis
Hayden T. Mattingly and Michael A. Floyd
181

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