New Paper: Using fish ear bones to investigate the importance of estuaries

Professor Bronwyn Gillanders

A new paper titled ‘Temporal variability in estuarine fish otolith elemental fingerprints: Implications for connectivity assessments‘ investigates using the chemical composition of fish ear bones to provide important information for understanding the value of estuaries to coastal fishes.

The paper involves Environment Institute members Bronwyn Gillanders and Travis Elsdon as well as Patrick Reis-Santos, Susanne Tanner, Rita Vasconcelos and Henrique Cabral (all of the University of Lisbon) and was published in Estuarine, Coastal and Shelf Science.

Download the paper to read about their findings

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