Fish ear bones point to climate impacts

Magnified thin section taken from the otolith of an eight year old golden perch caught in Lake Eppalock

Scientists from CSIRO believe that fish ear bones and their distinctive growth rings can offer clues to the likely impacts of climate change in aquatic environments.

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