Research and analysis

Seasonal movement and habitat use by grayling in the UK

This report investigates spawning and feeding migration and habitat use in rivers by grayling in the UK.

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Seasonal movement and habitat use by grayling in the UK

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Following a review of grayling ecology, status and management practice (Environment Agency Technical Report W245), to aid the sustainable management of grayling and its fisheries, The University of Durham was commissioned by the Environment Agency and the Grayling Research Trust to examine the seasonal movements and habitat use of European grayling Thymallus thymallus in unregulated rivers dominated by surface flow.

Published 1 December 2005