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  • Kemp P.S., Russon I.J., Vowles A.S. & Lucas, M.C. 2011. The influence of discharge and temperature on the ability of upstream migrant adult river lamprey (Lampetra fluviatilis) to pass experimental overshot and undershot weirs. River Research and Applications 27, 488-498.
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