Impact of post-European stream change on frog habitat: Southeastern Australia
Stream geomorphology and fluvial processes in Australia have generally been modified substantially since European settlement. In the case of the Southern Tablelands of New South Wales, in southeastern Australia, detailed notes of early explorers and settlers and early survey maps have provided insight into the nature of these changes. Early explorers described most streams in this area as 'chains-of-ponds'. These are ponds connected by short lengths of channel or divided by grassy intervals....[Show more]
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