River Rehabilitation and Fish Populations: Assessing the Benefit of Instream Structures

River Rehabilitation and Fish Populations: Assessing the Benefit of Instream Structures

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Pretty, J. L., Harrison, S. C., Shepherd, D. J., Smith, C., Hildrew, A. G., Hey, R. D. 2003. River Rehabilitation and Fish Populations: Assessing the Benefit of Instream Structures. Journal of Applied Ecology. British Ecological Society. Number 40. 251-265

Analysis, Fish, Rivers, Streams, Stream restoration, Aquatic community, Wildlife, Aquatic ecosystems, Instream structures

This study assessed the geomorphology and fish population abundance in 13 rivers in the United Kingdom in order to evaluate the effects of small-scale, instream rehabilitation structures on the richness and diversity of fish populations.

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