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Biography

Associate Professor Mark Lintermans is a freshwater scientist with more than 30 years’ experience in fisheries research and management. His research interests are in the management and ecology of threatened freshwater fish and crayfish; the ecology and impacts of alien fish; and strategic intervention and mitigation programs to deal with aquatic threats.

Education/Academic qualification

Master, Australian National University

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Projects 2008 2020

Research Output 1994 2018

How to ensure threatened species monitoring leads to threatened species conservation

Robinson, N. M., Scheele, B. C., Legge, S., Southwell, D. M., Carter, O., Lintermans, M., Radford, J. Q., Skroblin, A., Dickman, C. R., Koleck, J., Wayne, A. F., Kanowski, J., Gillespie, G. R. & Lindenmayer, D. B. 1 Jan 2018 (Accepted/In press) In : Ecological Management and Restoration.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

species conservation
threatened species
monitoring
data management
managers
highlands
assay
Misgurnus anguillicaudatus
assays
fish
tagging
mountain
fish
aquariums
aquarium
1 Citations

Transport pathways shape the biogeography of alien freshwater fishes in Australia

García-Díaz, P., Kerezsy, A., Unmack, P. J., Lintermans, M., Beatty, S. J., Butler, G. L., Freeman, R., Hammer, M. P., Hardie, S., Kennard, M. J., Morgan, D. L., Pusey, B. J., Raadik, T. A., Thiem, J. D., Whiterod, N. S., Cassey, P. & Duncan, R. P. 1 Oct 2018 In : Diversity and Distributions. 24, 10, p. 1405-1415 11 p.

Research output: Contribution to journalArticle

biogeography
freshwater fish
drainage
fish
acclimation