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Written in English


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ContributionsRussell B. Rader (Editor), Darold P. Batzer (Editor), Scott A. Wissinger (Editor)
The Physical Object
Number of Pages480
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Open LibraryOL7615590M
ISBN 100471352349
ISBN 109780471352341

Indicators for Monitoring Biological Integrity of Inland, Freshwater Wetlands A Survey of North American Technical Literature () by Paul Adamus Department of Fisheries and Wildlife Oregon State University Corvallis, Oregon Thomas J. Danielson Maine Department of Environmental Protection Augusta, Maine Alex Gonyaw Department of Fisheries and Wildlife . Introduction. Bioassessment has become a cornerstone of environmental monitoring over the past 30 years. Since Karr first introduced the concept for fish in streams, bioassessment has expanded worldwide to include multiple aquatic habitats (streams, estuaries, lakes, wetlands) and multiple indicator groups (invertebrates, algae, plants, and amphibians;.Cited by: Plant and invertebrate communities as indicators of success for wetlands restored for wildlife in northwestern Pennsylvania, p. IN: Rader, R.R., D.P. Batzer, and S.A. Wissinger (eds). Bioassessment and Management of North American Freshwater Wetlands. John Wiley & Sons, New York, USA. Wissinger, S.A. and *L.J. Gallagher. Beaver.


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