Threatened Fish Surveys
Native threatened fish species are a speciality of Streamline Research. We can assist with desk top investigations, undertake exploratory field surveys to determine presence/absence of particular species and can report on options for protection of threatened species. A wealth of experience gained over 30 years can be used to ensure that projects are professionally assessed against state and federal legislation, whilst measures can be applied to assist with the uniqueness of every development project. See example…
Australian grayling and dwarf galaxias survey
A priority of this investigation was to confirm the presence of Australian grayling in the Lang Lang River, and to search habitat that could potentially support a self sustaining population of dwarf galaxias. The study confirmed the presence of Australian grayling and identified new habitat for the dwarf galaxias.
Second bridge crossing at Echuca/Moama
A fish survey was conducted for Murray cod, trout cod, silver perch and golden perch, which are all state and federally listed threatened fish species. Further to the investigation was assessment on the endangered ecological community of the River Murray and floodplain.
Deep Creek Yarra pygmy perch investigation
The primary objective was to determine the continued existence of Yarra pygmy perch in Deep Creek. Breeding recruitment was an additional consideration.
Macquarie perch survey of the Yarra River
Targeted survey to determine young of the year Macquarie perch in the Yarra River in 2015. The study was continuation of yearly monitoring to assess the status of the Macquarie perch population.