Improving fish passage and river connectivity

[**Lead sentence taken from NSW DPI - needs factcheck. More information required on partnerships and impacts, and location of projects etc**] 

Australian native fish require unimpeded access along waterways in order to survive and reproduce.

Over four years, our researchers produced tools and strategies to ameliorate the impacts of anthropogenic structures on native fish passage. This involved establishing methods for improving the fish passage design and placement, and the connectivity between Australian waterways.

Testimonials from partners enhanced the quality of our research and assurance of successful outcomes. The strategies devised resulted in the installation of several fish passages to improve river connectivity.