The project aims to investigate the impact of flow on the distribution and composition of primary consumers, particularly riverine zooplankton communities. These organisms are the foundations on which river food webs are built, and are a critical food resource for higher trophic level consumers such as fish and waterbirds. Thus, understanding how flow variation affects zooplankton diversity and abundance is crucial.
|Effective start/end date||16/08/23 → 30/06/24|
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