Habitat restoration more effective than stocking on the River Thames

Questions have been raised about the effectiveness of a multi-million pound restocking effort on the River Thames. Researchers collected genetic data from returning fish, which suggested that habitat restoration was more effective than species reintroductions. The findings will be published in the Journal of Biological Conservation.

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BBC Website (31 Aug 2011)

London Evening Standard (1 Sep 2011)

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