Habitat-Specific Responses of Stream Insects to Land Cover Disturbance: Biological Consequences and Monitoring Implications

Habitat-Specific Responses of Stream Insects to Land Cover Disturbance: Biological Consequences and Monitoring Implications

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Roy, A. H., Rosemond, A. D., Leigh, D. S., Paul, M. J., Wallace, J. B. 2003. Habitat-Specific Responses of Stream Insects to Land Cover Disturbance: Biological Consequences and Monitoring Implications. Journal of the North American Benthological Society. The North American Benthological Society. Volume 22, Number 2. 292-307

Analysis, Assessment, Fresh water, Habitat, Invertebrates, Monitoring, Nutrients, Streams, Water quality, Land cover, Land use, Aquatic community, Benthic, Biodiversity, Wildlife, Biology

This study evaluated the effects of chemical and physical stressors on stream habitats, using aquatic insects as a metric for health. The study involved sampling nearly 30 streams in urbanizing catchments in Georgia (U.S.).

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