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Study finds varied fish response to unexpected droughts [Phys]

by Frédéric Magné - published on

When faced with sudden environmental change, some species fare more favorably than others.Albert Ruhí, a post-doctoral researcher in ASU’s Julie Ann Wrigley Global Institute of Sustainability, examines how freshwater biodiversity responds to environmental change, which becomes increasingly erratic as the earth warms.
His latest study, published in the journal Global Change Biology, examines how native and non-native fish respond to significant unexpected variations in water flow, like droughts and floods. The conclusions reached by Ruhí and his team provide insight into the long-term health of each population.

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