Resilience of fishes and invertebrates to prolonged drought in two California streams
Adina Merenlender, Leah Beche, Peter Connors, Vincent Resh
biodiversity, California, climate change, drought, fishes, resiliency
Long-term study of fish and invertebrates in California streams found negative impacts to biodiversity due to prolonged drought and long-term habitat change. This paper could be used to provide evidence of the effects of drought on fish and other aquatic species.