DISPERSAL AND SPECIES COEXISTENCE ACROSS PATCHY LANDSCAPES
Grant number: DP120103145 | Funding period: 2012 - 2015
Millions of dollars are spent rehabilitating degraded river ecosystems in the absence of knowing whether and how species will be able to disperse to and re-populate repaired sections. This research will provide definitive information allowing restoration efforts to be targeted properly in streams surrounded by, and serving, agricultural areas.
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