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Alison King is an Associate Professor in RIEL, specialising in Aquatic Ecology. She is interested in the ecology of floodplain rivers, flow-ecology relationships and particularly in fish ecology, early life history of fish, life history adaptations and environmental flows. Alison is a well cited, international research, who has won numerous professional awards. She has a strong background in working collaboratively with a range of stakeholders to ensure improved management through knowledge generation and adaptive management. When not at work, Alison can be found being a mum to two wonderful children.

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Regional-scale extremes in river discharge and localised spawning stock abundance influence recruitment dynamics of a threatened freshwater fish

Tonkin, Z., Kearns, J., Lyon, J. P., Balcombe, S. R., King, A. J. & Bond, N. R., Sep 2017, In : Ecohydrology. 10, 6, p. 1-11 11 p., e1842.

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  • Fish spawning in the tropics - are low flows important?

    Doidge, C., King, A. J. & Buckle, D., 2014.

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  • Impacts of drought and predicted effects of climate change on fish growth in temperate Australian lakes

    Morrongiello, J., Crook, D., King, A. J., Ramsey, D. & Brown, P., 2011, In : Global Change Biology. 17, 2, p. 745-755 11 p.

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