Assessing the Effects of Hydrological and Chemical Stressors on Macroinvertebrate Community in an Alpine River: The Adige River as a Case Study

Assessing the Effects of Hydrological and Chemical Stressors on Macroinvertebrate Community in an Alpine River: The Adige River as a Case Study

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Guilivo, M., Stella, E., Capri, E., Esnaola, A., Lopez de Alda, M., Diaz-Cruz, S. 2019. Assessing the Effects of Hydrological and Chemical Stressors on Macroinvertebrate Community in an Alpine River: The Adige River as a Case Study. River Research and Applications. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd. 35. 78-87

Analysis, Fresh water, Hydrology, Invertebrates, Macro-invertebrates, Nutrients, Rivers, Streams, Streamflow, Aquatic community, Benthic, Biodiversity, Wildlife, Seasonal patterns, Flow conditions, Aquatic ecosystems, Biology, Biomass, Pharmaceuticals

This study evalauted the effects of various hydrological and chemical stressors (e.g., alksdjf) on benthic macroinvertebrate populations in the Adige River (Europe). The results of this study’s analyses indicate that seasonality-induced flow variations and spatially-varying pollutant concentrations substantially affect the composition of benthic macroinvertebrate populations in this riverine system.

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