Flow related variation in diets of Murray -Darling fish M/BUS/6 EZ51A
MDFRC Technical Report 2/2002
Objectives 1. To determine the spatial and temporal variation in the diets of common fish, 2. To examine the relationship between flow regime and the food resources of fish communities, 3. To evaluate the food requirements of common fish species and determine the role of particular food types in structuring native fish communities, and 4. To provide specific environmental flow recommendations to enhance the food availability for native fish species. 5. The project will provide managers with a significant knowledge to help in the design and implementation of environmental flows.
MDFRC funding agency: Natural Heritage Trust (NHT) Fishrehab program administrated by the Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry – Australia (AFFA)
MDFRC client: Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry
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