Short-term effects of inshore restoration measures on early stages, benthic species, and the sublittoral fish assemblage in a large river (Danube, Austria)

@article{Keckeis2013ShorttermEO,
  title={Short-term effects of inshore restoration measures on early stages, benthic species, and the sublittoral fish assemblage in a large river (Danube, Austria)},
  author={Hubert Keckeis},
  journal={Hydrobiologia},
  year={2013},
  volume={729},
  pages={61-76}
}
The rip-rap along an approx. 3-km-long shore in the main channel of the River Danube in Austria was completely removed to initiate the formation of a river bank through natural erosional and depositional processes. This study aimed to determine the short-term effect of this restoration measure on species composition and abundance of different developmental stages of fish at two spatial scales (micro- and mesohabitat). For this purpose, changes in abundance of early stages, as well as assemblage… CONTINUE READING
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