Effects of Land Use and Disturbance on Benthic Insects in Headwater Streams Draining Small Watersheds North of Charlotte, NC

Effects of Land Use and Disturbance on Benthic Insects in Headwater Streams Draining Small Watersheds North of Charlotte, NC

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Gage, M. S., Spivak, A., Paradise, C. J. 2004. Effects of Land Use and Disturbance on Benthic Insects in Headwater Streams Draining Small Watersheds North of Charlotte, NC. Southeastern Naturalist. Eagle Hill Institute. Volume 3, Number 2. Pages 345-358

Development, Ecosystem, Habitat, Headwater, Invertebrates, Streams, Urbanization, Water quality, Watershed, Land use, Benthic, Biodiversity, Wildlife, Aquatic ecosystems

This study evaluated the relationship between land use (as a metric of development) and benthic insect success by monitoring 9 streams for insect diversity, chemistry, and physical habitat in 2001.

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