Ecological effects of rehabilitation measures at the Austrian Danube: a meta-analysis of fish assemblages

@article{Schmutz2013EcologicalEO,
  title={Ecological effects of rehabilitation measures at the Austrian Danube: a meta-analysis of fish assemblages},
  author={S. Schmutz and Helga Kremser and Andreas H. Melcher and Mathias Jungwirth and Susanne Muhar and Herwig Waidbacher and Gerald Zauner},
  journal={Hydrobiologia},
  year={2013},
  volume={729},
  pages={49-60}
}
Large rivers are worldwide under severe pressure and there is a lack of information on large river restoration. The present paper represents a meta-analysis of available data on river rehabilitation projects performed at the Austrian Danube River consisting of six rehabilitation projects addressing 19 sites. The overall goal was to analyse the response of fish assemblages to different rehabilitation types based on (1) morphological type (“Instream Habitat Enhancement”, “backwater Enhancement… CONTINUE READING

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