Identification of Linear and Threshold Responses in Streams Along a Gradient of Urbanization in Anchorage, Alaska

Identification of Linear and Threshold Responses in Streams Along a Gradient of Urbanization in Anchorage, Alaska

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Ourso, R. T., Frenzel, S. A. 2003. Identification of Linear and Threshold Responses in Streams Along a Gradient of Urbanization in Anchorage, Alaska. Hydrobiologia. Kluwer Academic Publishers. Number 501. Pages 117-131

Ecosystem, Impervious, Macro-invertebrates, Monitoring, Streams, Urban, Water quality, Impervious cover, Riparian, Aquatic community, Benthic, Aquatic ecosystems

This study evaluated the relationship between percent impervious area within stream basins and over 80 variables of stream health, including riparian habitat, instream habitat, water/sediment chemistry, macroinvertebrate communities, etc.

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