Linking fish growth and climate across modern space and through evolutionary time : otolith chronologies of the Australian freshwater fish, golden perch (Macquaria, ambigua, Percichthyidae)
Australian freshwater systems have highly variable flow regimes influenced by El Nino dry- and La Nina wet- phases of the Southern Oscillation climate phenomenon (SOI). A system characterised by strong climate forcing offers opportunities to disentangle the links between fish growth and climate in order to determine how fish populations could respond to changes in flow arising from climate change or anthropogenic activities (water extraction, river regulation, etc). Life histories (an...[Show more]
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