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Feral sheep (Ovis aries L.) of Arapawa Island, Marlborough Sounds, and a comparison of their wool characteristics with those of four other feral flocks in New Zealand.
Abstract The feral sheep of Arapawa Island, Marlborough, New Zealand, occupy a range of approximately 700 ha on the eastern slopes which border Cook Strait. There are about 120 animals, of whichExpand
Increased temperature delays the late-season phenology of multivoltine insect
We analyzed the impact of increased water temperature on the late-season phenology of the mayfly (Baetis liebenauae). The River Gwda, unlike two other examined rivers (controls), has reservoirs alongExpand
The influence of river functionality on habitat selection by Ephemeroptera in spatially and temporally diverse lowland rivers, with particular reference to the River Bug
Abstract The purpose of this work is the designation of changes in the environmental preferences of mayflies in the prevailing conditions in a large lowland river little changed by human activity.Expand
A review of the use of macroinvertebrates for monitoring the quality of lotic freshwaters in the UK and early stages of development in Poland
Abstract The use of benthic macroinvertebrates has become an important tool for monitoring the quality of freshwaters. A review is given of the development of the Biological Monitoring Working PartyExpand