Highly variable recruitment in an estuarine fish is determined by salinity stratification and freshwater flow: implications of a changing climate
Gregory P Jenkins, Simon D Conron, Alexander K Morison
Marine Ecology - Progress Series | INTER-RESEARCH | Published : 2010
Awarded by Australian Research Council
We thank the staff of the Central Ageing Facility, MAFFRI, for ageing bream otoliths. Thanks to B. McKenzie, D. McKeown, S. Walker and P. Oliveiro for assistance with fieldwork. We also thank the research anglers for their dedication. We thank the Environment Protection Agency of Victoria for use of physico-chemical data. This work was funded by the Australian Research Council (LP0668997) and Fisheries Victoria.