Environmental Biology of Fishes

(The H4-Index of Environmental Biology of Fishes is 10. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 500 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2019-11-01 to 2023-11-01.)
Ecomorphological patterns in otoliths of tropical fishes: assessing trophic groups and depth strata preference by shape22
Size-dependent changes in habitat use of Japanese eel Anguilla japonica during the river life stage19
Estuaries – how challenging are these constantly changing aquatic environments for associated fish species?15
Drought results in recruitment failure of Rio Grande silvery minnow (Hybognathus amarus), an imperiled, pelagic broadcast-spawning minnow15
Environmental biomonitoring of reef fish community structure with eDNA metabarcoding in the Coral Triangle14
Otolith Sr/Ca ratio complements Sr isotopes to reveal fish migration in large basins with heterogeneous geochemical landscapes14
Stomach content and stable isotopes reveal an ontogenetic dietary shift of young-of-the-year scalloped hammerhead sharks (Sphyrna lewini) inhabiting coastal nursery areas13
First observation of mating behavior in three species of pelagic myliobatiform rays in the wild12
Functional and trophic diversity of fishes in the Mekong-3S river system: comparison of morphological and isotopic patterns12
Common names for all species and subspecies of the genus Anguilla12
Anthropogenic boat noise reduces feeding success in winter flounder larvae (Pseudopleuronectes americanus)10
Outmigration survival of wild Chinook salmon smolts through the Sacramento River during historic drought and high water conditions10
Distribution and abundance of elasmobranchs and large teleost fishes in a subtropical seagrass ecosystem: community structure along environmental and spatial gradients10
Spatio-temporal distribution of Green Sturgeon (Acipenser medirostris) and White Sturgeon (A. transmontanus) in the San Francisco Estuary and Sacramento River, California10
Coarse- and fine-scale acoustic telemetry elucidates movement patterns and temporal variability in individual territories for a key coastal mesopredator10