Princeton researchers have invented a method for turning simple data about rainfall and river networks into accurate assessments of fish biodiversity, allowing better prediction of the effects of climate change and the ecological impact of man-made structures like dams.
- Rainfall and river networks prove accurate predictors of fish biodiversityWed, 7 May 2008, 13:35:43 EDT
- Model successfully predicts large river system fish diversityThu, 8 May 2008, 11:22:49 EDT
- Alpine rivers hold important clues for preserving biodiversity and coping with climate changeTue, 18 Nov 2008, 9:23:40 EST
- Biodiversity -- it's in the waterWed, 7 May 2008, 13:36:03 EDT
- River flow and temperature limit trout numbersWed, 9 Sep 2009, 10:30:50 EDT