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Project E.1.3
Ecological Responses to Flooding in the Lower River Murray Following an Extended Drought
Status Completed

Project Leader:
Dr Quifeng Ye, SARDI
Project Partners:
SARDI, CSIRO, Flinders University, University of Adelaide
Research Theme:
Environmental Water
Roadmap:
River Murray

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Project Documents

Changes in water quality and phytoplankton communities in the Lower River Murray in response to a low flow-high flow sequence (12/5)
Conceptual modelling of the ecological responses from a flood event in the Lower River Murray (14/11)
Ecological Responses to Flooding in the Lower River Murray Following an Extended Drought : Synthesis Report of the Murray Flood Ecology Project (14/6)
Floodplain influences on metabolic activity in the South Australian section of the Murray River during the 2010/11 flood (13/1)
Floodplain response and recovery: comparison between natural and artificial floods (13/4)
From Drought to Flood: Annual variation in larval fish assemblages in a heavily regulated lowland river (12/6)
Resilience and resistance of aquatic plant communities downstream of Lock 1 in the Murray River (13/5)
The Response Patterns of Wetland Fish Communities Following Prolonged Drought and Widespread Flooding (14/9)

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