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Implications of the greenhouse effect for trout habitats and fisheries in New South Wales

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R A Faragher

Abstract

Brown trout (Salmo trutta) and rainbow trough (Oncorhynchus mykiss) have a distribution in NSW which generally reflects their temperature requirements, occurring along the high parts of the Great Dividing Range from the tribuataris of the Clarence and Macleay Rivers in the north to the Snowy River in the south. Since torut are also stocked in most areas in which they now occurr there distribution does not neccessarily reflect and ability to spawn in the wild throughout this entire area.
How to Cite: Faragher, R.A., 2010. Implications of the greenhouse effect for trout habitats and fisheries in New South Wales. Wetlands Australia, 10(1), pp.33–34. DOI: http://doi.org/10.31646/wa.134
Published on 21 Jan 2010.
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