Appendix D
Possible Causal Connections in Suppression of Populations of Endangered Suckers in Upper Klamath Lake


NOTE: Solid line = connection verified scientifically; dashed line = connection under study. “High mortality” and “low growth rate” are relative to rates in stable populations.
SOURCE: NRC, 2004a

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72  Appendix D  Klamath Lake  NOTE:  Solid line = connection verified scientifically; dashed line = connection under study. “High mortality”  and “low growth rate” are relative to rates in stable populations.     SOURCE: NRC, 2004a  Populations of Endangered Suckers in Upper    Possible Causal Connections in Suppression of