Patterns of fish use in urban estuaries: Engineering maintenance schedules to protect broader seascape habitat

@article{Waltham2020PatternsOF,
  title={Patterns of fish use in urban estuaries: Engineering maintenance schedules to protect broader seascape habitat},
  author={Nathan J. Waltham and Jack McCann and Trent Power and Matthew Moore and Christina A. Buelow},
  journal={Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science},
  year={2020}
}
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