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Re-establishment of native freshwater fishes in Bull Creek

Morgan, D. and Beatty, S. (2006) Re-establishment of native freshwater fishes in Bull Creek. Murdoch University. Centre for Fish & Fisheries Research, Western Australia.

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    Abstract

    Bull Creek is a perennial, urban stream located in the City of Melville and is a tributary to the Canning River. The catchment has been largely altered for urban development (i.e. housing) and receives a considerable amount of storm-water runoff. Substantial effort has been made recently to re-habilitate the riparian zone of Bull Creek through weed eradication (particularly blackberry control) and native re-vegetation programs. The Melville City Council recognised the need to extend this rehabilitation effort to include the instream aquatic fauna and thus a fish re-establishment program was implemented; the details of which are described in this report.

    Publication Type: Report
    Murdoch Affiliation: Centre for Fish and Fisheries Research
    Series Name: Report to Melville City Council
    Publisher: Murdoch University. Centre for Fish & Fisheries Research
    Copyright: 2006 Murdoch University. Centre for Fish & Fisheries Research
    URI: http://researchrepository.murdoch.edu.au/id/eprint/5961
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