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Subject: lake rehabilitation
From: Mick Howland <[log in to unmask]>
Reply-To:Scientific forum on fish and fisheries <[log in to unmask]>
Date:Tue, 21 Apr 1998 08:35:27 +1000

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Dear Fish-Ecologists,

I'm compiling information on strategies for rehabilitation of small dune
lake systems, in particularly the removal of pest fish species (Gambusia
holbrooki) probably by using rotenone, but would like info on other methods.

Other challenges with this small (1 ha) perched dune lake are resealing of
the indurated layer which was breached (allowing most of the lake to dry
up), the removal of unnatural fine sediments, the revegetation of the lake
with aquatic macrophytes and maintenance of water quality during
rehabilitation work.

I'd really like to hear from anyone with experience and/or references in
this area. Please reply to [log in to unmask] and I will post a summary to
the list.

Thanks in advance,

- Mick


  Mick Howland, Associate Lecturer/Fisheries Biologist
  School of Resource Science & Management
  Southern Cross University
  P.O. Box 157, Lismore NSW 2480  Australia

  Phone:    02 6620 3250 (office), 02 6620 3253 (lab)
            0418 210 897 (mobile)
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