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Counting Murray-Darling fishes by validating sounds associated with spawning

Passive acoustics can identify the unique sounds made by fish species. These sounds can be useful in locating fish, deriving abundance estimates, and directing habitat management. To date, however, this technology has been little used in Australian rivers.