Paper reviewing Eastern Mt Lofy Ranges fish communities now available
Posted at 12 Dec 2015 at 21:29h in News, The Eastern Mount Lofty Ranges
An early Christmas present for those that love native fish in the Eastern Mt Lofty Ranges (I am sure there are plenty of you!), our review paper has just been published in Fundamental and Applied Limnology.
The paper, which includes the sampling of over 130,000 fish across 33 species between 2001-2013, highlights the importance of EMLR temporary streams (those that don’t flow all year round) to local and regional fish communities. We demonstrate changes that occurred during the drought period but also the mixed responses and recovery of fish species with greater water availability since the end of the drought.
For a copy, please email me or for more information see our fish monitoring in the EMLR page.