Biological monitoring of rivers by Ziglio G., Flaim G., Siligardi M. (eds.)

By Ziglio G., Flaim G., Siligardi M. (eds.)

Organic tracking of working waters is a scientifically and economically legitimate procedure for surveys and tracking programmes to evaluate the water caliber. organic tracking of Rivers is a well timed, updated e-book that features a reliable variety of sensible how-to-do chapters.Up-to-date evaluate of organic water monitoringPractical how-to-do chapters support the practitionerProvides a wide survey of tools makes use of in and out the EUGives views for destiny functions

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Hydrobiologia, 344, 111–128. Petts, G. , 2003. Editorial, Environmental Flows for River Systems, Special Issue, River Research and Applications, 19. Petts, G. E. and Amoros, C. (Eds), 1996. Fluvial Hydrosystems. Chapman & Hall: London, UK. Petts, G. E. and Bickerton, M. , 1997. , Environment Agency, Bristol, UK, pp. 43. Plafkin, J. , Barbour, M. , Porter, K. , Gross, S. K. and Hughes, R. , 1989. Rapid Bioassessment Protocols for Use in Streams and Rivers: Benthic Macroinvertebrates and Fish, EPA/444/4-89–001.

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