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    Weighing-in: universally applicable biometric conversion equations to support comparative assessment of invasive freshwater bivalves

    Invasive bivalves continue to detrimentally impact freshwater ecosystems worldwide, with their ecological effects often being standardised by body size or biomass measurements. In their...

    Behind the cover 2:3 – Sand addition augments gharial nesting in degrading aquatic habitats

    Gaurav Vashistha and colleagues describe their latest research attempting to reverse the observed decline in gharial nesting by improving nesting site conditions. Find out...

    Small but damaging: low-head barriers can cause selective effects on river fish communities

    Artificial barriers are widespread and abundant in rivers worldwide, contributing to the global decline in freshwater biodiversity. In their latest research, Jones and colleagues...

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