Publications

Finbox References

Jackson, P. and Clunie, P., 2014, A Demonstration Reach Toolbox, Arthur Rylah Institute for Environmental Research Technical Report Series No 259, Melbourne.

Fish Counting References

Baumgartner, L.J. (2006). Population estimation methods to quantify temporal variation in fish accumulations downstream of a weir. Fisheries Management and Ecology 13, 355–264.

Baumgartner, L.J., Reynoldson, N., Cameron, L.M. & Stanger, J.G. (2006). Assessment of a Dual-Frequency Identification Sonar (DIDSON) for application in fish migration studies. Narrandera: NSW Department of Primary Industries.

Baumgartner, L.J., Reynoldson, N., Cameron, L.M. & Stanger, J.G. (2007). Application of a Dual-frequency Identification Sonar (DIDSON) to fish migration studies. In Cutting-edge technologies in fish and fisheries science. (Lyle, J.M., Furlani, D.M. & Buxton, C.D., eds.), p. 233. Hobart, Tasmania: Australian Society for Fish Biology.

Beach, M.H. (1978). The use of infra-red light and closed circuit TV to validate records from automatic fish counters. Journal of Fish Biology 13, 639–644.

Berghuis, A. (2008). Performance of a single frequency split-beam hydroacoustic system: an innovative fish counting technology. Melbourne: Department of Sustainability and Environment.

Berghuis, A. & Matveev, V. (2004). Using hydroacoustics to monitor fish migration. Brisbane, Qld: Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries and CSIRO Land & Water.

Boswell, K.M., Wilson, M.P. & Cowan, J.H. (2008). A semiautomated approach to estimating fish size, abundance and behaviour from Dual-frequency identification sonar data. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 28, 799–807.

Chariskos, D. (2007). Analysis of the run of two salmonid species, by using data from a Vaki Riverwatcher counter, at the River Dullan in 2007. p. 54. Aberdeen: University of Aberdeen.

Matveev, V.F. (2007). Assessing the biomass of small fish with a split-beam sonar in the Murray River. Fisheries Research 88, 139–145.

Ryan, M. (2008). Technology review of fish PIT Tag data collection system. Matt Ryan

Consulting. Report for the Department of Sustainability and Environment, 8pgs.

Shardlow, T.F. & Hyatt, K.D. (2004). Assessment of counting accuracy of the Vaki infrared counter on chum salmon. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 24, 249–252.

Smyth, B. & Nebel, S. (2013) Passive Integrated Transponder (PIT) Tags in the Study of Animal Movement. Nature Education Knowledge 4(3):3

Irrigation offtake screening References

Baumgartner, L., Reynoldson, N., Cameron, L. and Stanger, J. (2007). The effects of selected irrigation practices on fish of the Murray-Darling Basin. Fisheries Final Report Series. NSW Department of Primary Industries, Cronulla, 90 pp.

Baumgartner, L. J., Reynoldson, N. K., Cameron, L. and Stanger, J. G. (2009). Effects of irrigation pumps on riverine fish. Fisheries Management and Ecology 16: 429-437.

Cech, J. J. M. and Mussen, T. (2006). Determining how fish detect fish screens and testing potential fish screen enhancements. California Energy Commission, PIER Energy-Related Environmental Research Program. CEC-500-2006-117, 32 pp.

Jamieson, D., Bonnett, M., Jellyman, D. and Unwin, M. (2005). Fish Screening: good practice guidelines for Canterbury. NIWA, Auckland, 70pp pp.

King, A. J. and O’Connor, J. P. (2007). Native fish entrapment in irrigation systems: A step towards understanding the significance of the problem. Ecological Management & Restoration 8: 32-37.

McMichael, G. A., Vucelick, J. A., Abernethy, C. S. and Neitzel, D. A. (2004). Comparing fish screen performance to physical design criteria. Fisheries 29: 10-16.

Downstream Fish Migration References

Baumgartner, L. J., Reynoldson, N. & Gilligan, D. M. (2006). Mortality of larval Murray cod (Maccullochella peelii peelii) and golden perch (Macquaria ambigua) associated with passage through two types of low-head weirs. Marine and Freshwater Research 57, 187-191.

Bell, M. C. & DeLacey, A. C. (1972). A compendium on the survival of fish passing through spillways and conduits 121pp. Portland, Oregon: US Army Corps of Engineers, North Pacific Division.

Humphries, P., & Lake, P.S. 2000. Fish larvae and the management of regulated rivers. Regulated Rivers: Research and Management 16: 421-432.

Humphries, P., Serafini, L. G. & King, A. J. (2002). River regulation and fish larvae: variation through space and time. Freshwater Biology 47.

Humphries P and King AJ (2004) Drifting fish larvae in Murray-Darling Basin rivers: composition, spatial and temporal patterns and distance drifted. In ‘Downstream movement of fish in the Murray-Darling Basin. Statement, recommendations and supporting papers from a workshop held in Canberra 3-4 June 2003.’ (Eds M Lintermans and B Phillips) pp. 51-58. Murray-Darling Basin Commission, Canberra, Australia.

Larinier, M. & Travade, F. (2002). Downstream Migration: Problems and Facilities. Bull. Fr. Pece. Piscic. 364, 181-207.

O’Connor, J. P., O’Mahony, D. J. & O’Mahony, J. M. (2004). Downstream migration of adult Murray-Darling fish species. In Downstream Movement of Fish in the Murray-Darling Basin (Lintermans, M. & Phillips, B., eds.). Canberra: Murray-Darling Basin Commission.

Fish passage references

Barrett J, Mallen-Cooper M. (2006). The Murray River’s ‘Sea to Hume Dam’ fish passage program: progress to date and lessons learned. Ecological Monographs and Restoration 7, 173-183.

Barrett, J. (ed.) (2008). The Sea to Lake Hume: Restoring fish passage in the Murray River. Murray-Darling Basin Commission, Canberra.

Mallen-Cooper, M. (1999). Developing fishways for nonsalmonid fishes: a case study from the Murray River in Australia. pp. 173-195 in M. Odeh (ed.). Innovations in Fish Passage Technology. (American Fisheries Society: Bethesda, Maryland.)

Stuart IG, Zampatti BP, Baumgartner LJ (2008). Can a low-gradient vertical-slot fishway provide passage for a lowland river fish community? Marine and Freshwater Research 59, 332–346.

Fishway Consulting Services (2005). Monitoring fish in innovations of the vertical-slot fishway design. Report to the Murray Darling Basin Commission. 6 p.

Lateral movement references

Arthington, A. H., S. E. Bunn, L. N. Poff and R. J. Naiman (2006). The challenge of providing environmental flow rules to sustain river ecosystems. Ecological Applications 16, 1311-1318.

Bayley, P. B. (1991). The flood pulse advantage and the restoration of river floodplain systems. Regulated Rivers: Research and Management 6, 75-86.

Bunn, S. E. and A. H. Arthington (2002). Basic principles and ecological consequences of altered flow regimes for aquatic biodiversity. Environmental Management 30, 492-507.

Geddes, M. C. and J. T. Puckridge (1988). Survival and growth of larval and juvenile native fish. The importance of the floodplain. In ‘Proceedings of the Native Fish Management Workshop’. (Ed. B. Lawrence) pp. 101-115. (Murray Darling Basin Commission: Canberra, Australia)

Gehrke, P. C. (1991). Avoidance of inundated floodplain habitat by larvae of golden perch (Macquaria ambigua Richardson): Influence of water quality or food distribution? Australian Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 42, 707- 719.

Gehrke, P. C., P. Brown, C. B. Schiller, D. B. Moffatt and A. M. Bruce (1995). River regulation and fish communities in the Murray-Darling River system, Australia. Regulated Rivers: Research and Management 11, 363-375.

Graham, R. and J. H. Harris (2004). ‘Floodplain inundation and fish dynamics in the Murray-Darling Basin. Current concepts and future research: a scoping study.’ Cooperative Centre for Freshwater Ecology. Canberra. 52 pp.

Harris, J. H. and P. C. Gehrke (1994). Modelling the relationship between streamflow and population recruitment to manage freshwater fisheries. Agricultural Systems and Information Technology 6, 28-30.

Humphries, P., A. J. King and J. D. Koehn (1999). Fish, flows and flood plains: links between freshwater fishes and their environment in the Murray-Darling River system, Australia. Environmental Biology of Fishes 56, 129-151.

Humphries, P. and P.S. Lake. (2000). Fish larvae and the management of regulated rivers. Regulated Rivers: Research and Management 16,421–432.

Humphries, P., L. Serafini and A. J. King (2002). River regulation and fish larvae: variations through space and time. Freshwater Biology 47, 1307-1331.

Jones, M. and I. G. Stuart (2004). ‘Impact of flow regulation structures on fish in the Barmah-Millewa forest.’ Arthur Rylah Institute for Environmental Research, Heidelberg. 69 pp.

McKinnon, L. J. (1997). Monitoring of Fish Aspects of the Flooding of Barmah Forest. Marine and Freshwater Resources Institute, Queenscliff, Australia. 184 pp.

Ward, K. A. (2005). Water management in the changing Barmah-Millewa wetlands. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria 117, 77-84.

Environmental flow references

Arthington, A. H., S. E. Bunn, L. N. Poff and R. J. Naiman (2006). The challenge of providing environmental flow rules to sustain river ecosystems. Ecological Applications 16, 1311-1318.

Bayley, P. B. (1991). The flood pulse advantage and the restoration of river floodplain systems. Regulated Rivers: Research and Management 6, 75-86.

Bunn, S. E. and A. H. Arthington (2002). Basic principles and ecological consequences of altered flow regimes for aquatic biodiversity. Environmental Management 30, 492-507.

Geddes, M. C. and J. T. Puckridge (1988). Survival and growth of larval and juvenile native fish. The importance of the floodplain. In ‘Proceedings of the Native Fish Management Workshop’. (Ed. B. Lawrence) pp. 101-115. (Murray Darling Basin Commission: Canberra, Australia)

Gehrke, P. C. (1991). Avoidance of inundated floodplain habitat by larvae of golden perch (Macquaria ambigua Richardson): Influence of water quality or food distribution? Australian Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 42, 707- 719.

Gehrke, P. C., P. Brown, C. B. Schiller, D. B. Moffatt and A. M. Bruce (1995). River regulation and fish communities in the Murray-Darling River system, Australia. Regulated Rivers: Research and Management 11, 363-375.

Graham, R. and J. H. Harris (2004). ‘Floodplain inundation and fish dynamics in the Murray-Darling Basin. Current concepts and future research: a scoping study.’ Cooperative Centre for Freshwater Ecology. Canberra. 52 pp.

Harris JH and Gehrke, PC (1994) Modelling the relationship between streamflow and population recruitment to manage freshwater fisheries.  Agricultural Systems and Information Technology. 6, 28-30.

Humphries, P., A. J. King and J. D. Koehn (1999). Fish, flows and flood plains: links between freshwater fishes and their environment in the Murray-Darling River system, Australia. Environmental Biology of Fishes 56, 129-151.

Humphries, P. and P.S. Lake. (2000). Fish larvae and the management of regulated rivers. Regulated Rivers: Research and Management 16,421–432.

Humphries P, Serafini LG, King AJ (2002) River regulation and fish larvae: variation through space and time. Freshw Biol 47:1307-1331.

Jones, M. and I. G. Stuart (2004). ‘Impact of flow regulation structures on fish in the Barmah-Millewa forest.’ Arthur Rylah Institute for Environmental Research, Heidelberg. 69 pp.

Junk, W.J., Baley, P.B. and Sparks, R.E. (1989) The flood-pulse concept in river-floodplain systems.  P. 110-127. In Dodge, D.P. (ed).  Proceedings of the international large rivers symposium, Canadian Special Publications of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences, 106.

King AJ (2003) Fish recruitment on floodplains: the roles of patterns of flooding and life history characteristics. Can J Fish Aquat Sci 60:773-786

King AJ.  2004a.  Density and distribution of potential prey for larval fish in the main channel of a floodplain river: pelagic versus epibenthic meiofauna.  River Research and Applications 20: 883-897.

King AJ. 2004b .  Onotogenetic patterns of habitat use by fishes within the main channel of an Australian floodplain river.  Journal of Fish Biology 65:  1582-1603.

McKinnon, L. J. (1997). Monitoring of Fish Aspects of the Flooding of Barmah Forest. Marine and Freshwater Resources Institute, Queenscliff, Australia. 184 pp.

Mertz G, Myers RA (1994) Match/mismatch predictions of spawning duration versus recruitment variability. Fish Oceanogr 3:236-245

Ward, K. A. (2005). Water management in the changing Barmah-Millewa wetlands. Proceedings of the Royal Society of Victoria 117, 77-84.

Mesoscale Movements References

Bunn, S. E. and A. H. Arthington (2002). “Basic principles and ecological consequences of altered flow regimes for aquatic biodiversity.” Environmental Management 30(4): 492-507.

Balcombe, S. R., Bunn, S. E., Arthington, A. H., Fawcett, J. H., McKenzie-Smith, F. J. and  Wright, A. (2007). “Fish larvae, growth and biomass relationships in an Australian arid zone river: links between floodplains and waterholes.” Freshwater Biology 52(12): 2385-2398.

Graham, R. and Harris, J. H. (2004) Floodplain inundation and fish dynamics in the Murray-Darling Basin. Current concepts and future research: a scoping study. CRC Freshwater Ecology, Canberra. 52pp.

Humphries P., King A.J. and Koehn J.D. (1999). Fish, flows and floodplains: links between freshwater fishes and their environment in the Murray-Darling river system, Australia. Environmental Biology of Fishes 56:129-151.

Hutchison,M. , Butcher,A., Kirkwood,J., Mayer,D., Chilcott,K. and Backhouse,S. (2008).  Mesoscale movements of small and medium sized fish in the Murray–Darling Basin. Report to the Murray–Darling Basin Commission Project R5005, 138p.

Reynolds L.F. (1983). Migration patterns of five fish species in the Murray-Darling River system. Australian Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 34: 857-873.

Thermal Pollution References

Astles, K.L., Winstanley, R.K., Harris, J.H. and Gehrke, P.C., 2003. Experimental study of the effects of cold water pollution on native fish. A final report for the Regulated Rivers and Fisheries Restoration Project. NSW Fisheries Final Report Series No. 44. ISSN 1440-3544. 55pp.

Preece RM and Jones HA 2002, ‘The effect of Keepit Dam on the temperature regime of the Namoi River, Australia’, River Research and Applications, 18:397–414.

Ryan TJ and Preece RM 2003, Potential for thermal shock in the Murray-Darling Basin, a report to the Murray-Darling Basin Commission (Natural Resources Management Strategy), Victorian Department of Sustainability and Environment, Heidelberg, and NSW Department of Sustainable Natural Resources, Parramatta.

Sherman, B 2000, Scoping options for mitigating cold water discharges from dams, Consultancy Report 00/21, CSIRO Land and Water, Canberra.

Sherman B, Todd CR, Koehn JD, Ryan T 2007, Modelling the impact and potential mitigation of cold water pollution on murray cod populations downstream of Hume Dam, Australia. River Research and Applications 23:377-389.

Tilapia References

Ayres R. and Clunie, P. (2010). Towards a national emergency response system for freshwater fish incursions. PestSmart Toolkit publication, Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre, Canberra, Australia.

Department of Employment, Economic Development and Innovation. (2011). Pest fish alert: tilapia threat. Queensland Government, Brisbane, Australia.

Department of Employment, Economic Development and Innovation (2011). Control of Pest fish-An operational strategy for Queensland fresh waters 2011-2016, Queensland Government.

Department of Primary Industries and Fisheries (2008). Noxious Fish Rapid Response Manual 2008, Queensland Government.

Doolan, D. (2012). Social research to understand knowledge of and attitude towards tilapia in communities within or nearby the Murray-Darling Basin. In: Hall, K.G. (2012). Forum abstracts: Tilapia in Australia-state of knowledge. 15-16 May 2012, Brisbane. PestSmart Toolkit publication, Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre, Canberra, Australia.

Doupe, RG., Knott, M.J., Schaffer, J., Burrows, D.W. and Lymbery, A.J. (2009). Experimental herbivory of native Australian macrophytes by the introduced Mozambique tilapia Oreochromis mossambicus. Austral Ecology.

Hutchison, M., Sarac, Z. and Norris, A. (2011). Mozambique tilapia. The potential for Mozambique tilapia Oreochromis mossambicus to invade the Murray-Darling Basin and the likely impacts: a review of existing information. Murray-Darling Basin Authority, Canberra, Australia.

Maddern, M.G., Morgan, D.L. and Gill, H.S. (2007). Distribution, diet and potential ecological impacts of the introduced Mozambique mouthbrooder Oreochromis mossambicus Peters (Pisces: Cichlidae) in Western Australia. Journal Roy Soc Western Australia, 90: 203-214.

Norris, A., Hutchison, M. and Chilcott, K. (2012). Developing strategies to reduce the risk of tilapia incursions into the Murray-Darling Basin. Science and Surveillance. Department of Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry, Brisbane, Australia.

Ovenden, J.R., Macbeth, M.G. , Pope, L., Broderick, D. and Street, R. (in Prep). Invasion genetics of tilapia (Oreochromis spp.) in Queensland, Australia. In: Hall, K.G. (in prep) Proceedings: Tilapia in Australia- state of knowledge. 15-16 May 2012, Brisbane. PestSmart Toolkit publication, Invasive animals Cooperative Research Centre, Canberra, Australia.

Russell, D.J., Thuesen, P.A. and Small, F.E. (2010). Tilapia in Australia: Development of management strategies for the control and eradication of feral tilapia populations in Australia. PestSmart Toolkit publication, Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre, Canberra, Australia.

Russell, D.J., Thuesen, P.A. and Thomson, F.E. (2012). A review of the biology, ecology, distribution and control of Mozambique tilapia, Oreochromis mossambicus (Peters 1852) (Pisces:Cichlidae) with particular emphasis on invasive Australian populations. Rev.Fish.Biol. Fisheries.

Russell, R., Pearce, M. and Small, F. (in prep.) Eureka Creek tilapia infestation – a threat to western drainages. A Case Study. PestSmart Toolkit publication, Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre, Canberra, Australia.

Sterwart, D. (2012 a). Tilapia in Queensland: where are they and where do they threaten? In: Hall, K.G. (2012). Forum abstracts: Tilapia in Australia- state of knowledge. 15-16 May 2012, Brisbane. PestSmart Toolkit publication. Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre, Canberra, Australia.

Stewart, D. (2012 b). Helping the community help us stop pest fish? In: Hall, K.G. (2012). Forum abstracts: Tilapia in Australia-state of Knowledge, 15-16 May 2012, Brisbane. PestSmart Toolkit publication. Invasive Animals Cooperative Research Centre, Canberra, Australia.

Gambusia References

Ansell, D. and Jackson, P. 2007. Emerging issues in Alien Fish Management in the Murray-Darling Basin: Statement, recommendations and supporting papers. Canberra, Murray-Darling Basin Commission.

Alcaraz, et al 2008. Salinity mediates the competitive interactions between invasive mosquitofish and an endangered fish. Oecologia 155, 205-213.

Alcaraz, C. and García-Berthou, E. (2007). Life history variation of invasive mosquitofish (Gambusia holbrooki) along a salinity gradient. Biological Conservation 132, 83-92.

Arthington, A. H. (1991). Ecological and genetic impacts of introduced and translocated freshwater fishes in Australia. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 48, 33-43.

Arthington, A. H. and Lloyd L. N. (1989). Introduced Poeciliids in Australia and New Zealand. In Ecology and evolution of livebearing fishes (Poeciliidae). (Meffe, G. K. and Snelson, F. F. Jnr., Eds.), pp. 333-348, Prentice-Hall, Inc., New Jersey.

Arthington, A. H. and Marshall, C. J. (1999). Diet of the exotic mosquitofish, Gambusia holbrooki, in an Australian lake and potential for competition with indigenous fish species. Asian Fisheries Science 12, 1-16.

Becker, A., Laurenson, L. J. B., Jones, P. L. and Newman, D. M. (2005). Competitive interactions between the Australian native fish Galaxias maculatus and the exotic mosquitofish Gambusia holbrooki, in a series of laboratory experiments. Hydrobiologia 549, 187-196.

Breen, A. (2000). Density dependent interference competition between the exotic poeciliid Gambusia holbrooki (Girard, 1859) and the Australian native melanotaeniid Rhadinocentrus ornatus (Regan, 1914). Unpublished Honours thesis, Southern Cross University, Lismore.

Chapman, P. and Warburton, K. (2006). Postflood movements and population connectivity in gambusia. Ecology of Freshwater Fish 15, 357-365.

Conte, S. (2001). An investigation of density-dependant interference competition between the exotic poeciliid Gambusia holbrooki (Girard, 1859) and the Australian native fish Hypseleotris galii (Ogilby, 1903). Unpublished Honours thesis, Southern Cross University, Lismore.

Courtenay, W. R. J. and Meffe, G. K. (1989). Small fishes in strange places: a review of introduced poeciliids. In Ecology and evolution of livebearing fishes (Poeciliidae). (Meffe, G. K. and Snelson, F. F. Jnr., Eds.), pp. 319-332. Prentice-Hall, Inc., New Jersey.

Cronin, A. (2001). Aggressive interaction by the introduced poeciliid Gambusia holbrooki on two native freshwater species, the firetail gudgeon Hypseleotris galii and the Oxleyan pygmy perch Nannoperca oxleyana. Unpublished Honours thesis, Southern Cross University, Lismore.

Elkington, S. (2004). Eradication of Gambusia (Gambusia affinis) and koi carp (Cyprinus carpio) from the Nelson/Marlborough Conservancy. Department of Conservation Te Papa Atewhai, Nelson.

Freeman, R. (2007). Tamar Estuary, Gambusia Eradication. Internal Report, Inland Fisheries Service, Hobart.

García-Berthou, E. (1999). Food of introduced mosquitofish: ontogenetic diet shift and prey selection. Journal of Fish Biology 55, 135-147.

Gill, H. S., Hambleton, S. J. and Morgan, D. L. (1999). Is the mosquitofish, Gambusia holbrooki (Poeciliidae), a major threat to the native freshwater fishes of south-western Australia? In Proceedings of the 5th Indo-Pacific Fish Conference, 1997. (Seret, B. and Sire, J.-Y. Eds.), pp. 393-403. Societé Française d’Ichthyologie, Paris.

Howe, E., Howe, C., R., L. and Burchett, M. (1997). Impact of the introduced poeciliid Gambusia holbrooki (Girard, 1859) on the growth and reproduction of Pseudomugil signifer (Kner, 1865) in Australia. Marine and Freshwater Research 48, 425-434.

Hurlbert, S. H., Zedler, J. and Fairbanks, D. (1972). Ecosystem alteration by Mosquitofish (Gambusia affinis) predation. Science 175, 639-641.

Karolak, S. (2006). Alien Fish in the Murray-Darling Basin. MDBC publication No. 03/06. Murray- Darling Basin Commission, Canberra.

Keane, J. P. and Neira, F. J. (2004). First record of mosquitofish, Gambusia holbrooki, in Tasmania, Australia: stock structure and reproductive biology. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 38, 857-867.

Keller, K. and Brown, C. (2008). Behavioural interactions between the introduced plague minnow Gambusia holbrooki and the vulnerable native Australian ornate rainbowfish Rhadinocentrus ornatus, under experimental conditions. Journal of Fish Biology 73, 1714-1729.

Komak, S. and Crossland, M. R. (2000). An assessment of the introduced mosquitofish (Gambusia affinis holbrooki) as a predator of eggs, hatchlings and tadpoles of native and non-native anurans. Wildlife Research 27, 185-189.

Koster, W. M. (1997). A study of the interactions between dwarf galaxias (Galaxiella pusilla), southern pygmy perch (Nannoperca australis) and eastern Gambusia (Gambusia holbrooki). B. Sc. Honours thesis, Deakin University, Clayton.

Laha, M. and Mattingly, H. T. (2007). Ex situ evaluation of impacts of invasive mosquitofish on the imperilled Barrens topminnow. Environmental Biology of Fishes 78, 1-11.

Pyke, G. H. (2005). A review of the biology of Gambusia affinis and G. holbrooki. Reviews in Fish Biology and Fisheries 15, 339-365.

Pyke, G. H. (2008). Plague minnow or mosquito fish? A review of the biology and impacts of introduced Gambusia species. Annual Review of Ecology and Systematics 39, 171-191.

Rehage, J. S., Barnett, B. K. and Sih, A. (2005). Foraging behaviour and invasiveness: do invasive Gambusia exhibit higher feeding rates and broader diets than their non-invasive relatives? Ecology of Freshwater Fish 14, 352-360.

Rowe, D. K., Smith, J. P. and Baker, C. (2007). Agonistic interactions between Gambusia affinis and Galaxias maculatus: implications for whitebait fisheries in New Zealand rivers. Journal of Applied Ichthyology 23, 668–674.

Warburton, K. and Madden, C. (2003). Behavioural responses of two native Australian fish species (Melanotaenia duboulayi and Pseudomugil signifer) to introduced Poeciliids (Gambusia holbrooki and Xiphophorus helleri) in controlled conditions. Proceedings of the Linnean Society of New South Wales 124, 115-123.

Carp Screen References

Closs, G. P., Balcombe, S. R., Driver, P., McNeil, D. G. & Shirley, M. J. (2005). The importance of floodplain wetlands to Murray-Darling fish: What’s there? What do we know? What do we need to know? In Native fish and wetlands in the Murray-Darling Basin: Action plan, knowledge gaps and supporting papers. Proceedings from a workshop held in Canberra 7-8 June 2005. pages 14-28.

Hillyard, K. A., Smith, B. B., Conallin, A. & Gillanders, B. M. (in press). Optimising exclusion screens to control exotic carp in an Australian lowland river. Marine and Freshwater Research 61.

MDBC (2005). Native fish and wetlands in the Murray-Darling Basin: Action plan, knowledge gaps and supporting papers. Proceedings from a workshop held in Canberra 7-8 June 2005. 76 pages.

Stuart, I., Williams, A., Mckenzie, J. & Holt, T. (2006). Managing a migratory pest species: a selective trap for common carp. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 26, 888-893.

Smith, B. B. (2004). Carp (Cyprinus carpio L.) spawning dynamics and early growth in the lower River Murray, South Australia. A PhD thesis by Publication. Environmental Biology, School of Earth and Environmental Sciences, The University of Adelaide, Adelaide. 108 pages.

Swanson, C., Young, P. S. & Cech, J. J. (2005). Close encounters with a fish screen: integrating physiological and behavioural results to protect endangered species in exploited ecosystems. Transactions of the American Fisheries Society 134, 1111-1123.

Thwaites, L. A., Smith, B. B., Decelis, M., Fleer, D. & Conallin, A. (2009). A novel push trap element to manage carp (Cyprinus carpio L.): a laboratory trial. Marine and Freshwater Research 61, 42-48.

Wilson, G. G. (2005). Impact of invasive exotic fishes on wetland ecosystems in the Murray-Darling Basin. In Native fish and wetlands in the Murray-Darling Basin: Action plan, knowledge gaps and supporting papers. Proceedings from a workshop held in Canberra 7-8 June 2005. pages 45-60.

Zampatti, B. & Leigh, S. (2004). A synopsis of the lateral connectivity and management of fish in wetlands workshop (CSIRO Land and Water, Urrbrae, South Australia, April 23rd 2004). Final report to the Department of Water, Land and Biodiversity Conservation and the River Murray Catchment Water Management Board. SARDI Aquatic Sciences, Adelaide. 17 pages.

Carp Cage References

Nicol, S. J., Lieschke, J. A., Lyon, J. P., and Koehn, J. D. (2004). Observations on the distribution and abundance of common carp and native fish, and their response to a habitat restoration trial in the Murray River, Australia. New Zealand Journal of Marine and Freshwater Research 38:  541-552.

Stuart, I.G., Williams, A., McKenzie, J. and Holt, T. (2003). Separation cages for removal of carp from Murray-Darling Basin fishways. Final report of project R2104 to the Murray-Darling Basin Commission.

Stuart, I.G. and Jones, M.J. (2006). Movement of common carp, Cyprinus carpio , in a regulated lowland Australian river: implications for management. Fisheries Management and Ecology. 13: 213-219.

Stuart et al. (2006) Williams’ carp separation cage Final Report to MDBC – Freshwater Ecology, Arthur Rylah Institute for Environmental Research  30

Stuart, I.G., Williams, A., McKenzie, J. and Holt, T. (2006). Managing a migratory pest species: a selective trap for common carp. North American Journal of Fisheries Management. 26: 4.

Identifying Pest Fish References

Ansell, D. and Jackson, P. (2007). Emerging issues in Alien Fish Management in the Murray-Darling Basin: Statement, recommendations and supporting papers. Canberra, Murray-Darling Basin Commission.

Gehrke, P.C., St Pierre, S., Matveev, M. and Clarke, M. (2010). Ecosystem responses to Carp population reduction in the Murray- Darling Basin. Project MD923 Final Report to the Murray-Darling Basin Authority.

Jackson, P. & Bamford, H. (eds) 2011. Gambusia Forum 2011: Small fish…..big problem! Proceedings of a workshop held in Melbourne 1-2nd June 2011. Murray Darling Basin Authority, Canberra.

Stuart, I. (2009). The Mark V Williams Cage for co-ordinated trapping of Murray fishways. A final report to the Murray-Darling Basin Commission (now Murray-Darling Basin Authority). Kingfisher Research.

Stuart I., McKenzie J., Williams A., Terry Holt T., (2003). Separation cages for removal of carp from Murray-Darling Basin fishways. A report on preliminary tests of the ‘Williams’ Carp Separation Cage’ to the Murray-Darling Basin Commission. Department of Sustainability and Environment

Impacts of Stocking References

Arthington AH (1991) Ecological and genetic impacts of introduced and translocated freshwater fishes in Australia. Canadian Journal of Fisheries and Aquatic Sciences 48 Suppl. 1:33-43

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