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Prospects and challenges of environmental DNA (eDNA) monitoring in freshwater ponds
Environmental DNA (eDNA) analysis is a rapid, non-invasive, cost-efficient biodiversity monitoring tool with enormous potential to inform aquatic conservation and management. Development is ongoing,Expand
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Phytoplankton community and their impact on water quality: An analysis of Hollingsworth Lake, UK
Algal bloom had been a problem on the Hollingworth Lake in years’ past to the locales and the lake’s biodiversity. In order to assess the status of the lake, the lake’s phytoplankton and waterExpand
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Distribution of benthic macroinvertebrate communities and assessment of water quality in a small UK river catchment
Communities of benthic macroinvertebrates obtained from a river catchment impacted by point source pollution were investigated from March 2013 to April 2014. The main purpose of this study was toExpand
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Spatial and temporal variation of benthic macroinvertebrate communities along an urban river in Greater Manchester, UK
  • C. Medupin
  • Environmental Science, Medicine
  • Environmental Monitoring and Assessment
  • 3 January 2020
Urban rivers face challenges of increased human activities which also affect river organisms. In order to enhance freshwater biodiversity in urban rivers, it is important to determine how the benthicExpand
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Land Cover and Water Quality Patterns in an Urban River: A Case Study of River Medlock, Greater Manchester, UK
Urban river catchments face multiple water quality challenges that threaten the biodiversity of riverine habitats and the flow of ecosystem services. We examined two water quality challenges, runoffExpand
WOMEN AND ENVIRONMENTAL MANAGEMENT THROUGH DISTANCE EDUCATION
Women have always been at the receiving end of environmental disasters in the world. As a result of these negative impacts, it has become paramount that these women are carried along in decisionExpand
Environmental Impact Assessment and Environment Auditing
The impact of point source pollution on an urban river, the River Medlock, Greater Manchester
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Women in Environmental Sciences (WiES) and The UN SDGs: A Catalyst for Achieving a Sustainable Future for All
Women can serve as catalysts needed to achieve the United Nation’s Sustainable Development agenda by 2030. The Women in Environmental Sciences network engaged women from culturally and professionallyExpand
Capacity Development Through Open And Distance Learning: A Case Study Of National Open University Of Nigeria’s Environmental Science And Resource Management Programme
This study revealed how environmental education was communicated to a variety of people through Open and Distance Learning (ODL through the programme environmental science and resource managementExpand