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Tributaries, sediment sources, and the longitudinal organisation of macroinvertebrate fauna along river systems
Tributary confluences are sites along a main channel where, because of the introduction of water and (or) sediment, the water volume, bed sediment character, and water quality of the mainstream can...
Pond biodiversity and habitat loss in the UK
Ponds are common landscape features but have been poorly studied compared to other freshwater habitats in the UK, despite their high frequency of occurrence. In the last century, many ponds have been
The response of four lotic macroinvertebrate taxa to burial by sediments
Sedimentation is widely acknowledged as a major.cause of-degradation of instream habitats. However, macroinvertebrate burial by sediment has been poorly studied. Ex situ experiments were undertaken
Macroinvertebrate community changes at coarse sediment recruitment points along two gravel bed rivers
Field data from two gravel bed rivers are used to investigate the response of mainstream macroinvertebrate communities to changes in bed sediment character at sites of significant coarse sediment
Multiproxy Devensian Late‐glacial and Holocene environmental records at an Atlantic coastal site in Shetland
Marine erosion at Clettnadal, West Burra island off the west coast of Shetland, caused the drainage of a small water body at Clettnadal, exposing deposits of Late Devensian and Holocene age. Pollen,
River Science: Research and Management for the 21st Century
This volume represents the outcome of research by many of the authors and their colleagues over the last 40 years and demonstrates the integral role that River Science now plays in underpinning our
The use of caddisfly fauna (Insecta: Trichoptera) to characterise the Late‐glacial River Trent, England
Trichoptera have been utilised infrequently in palaeoecological studies despite their value as environmental indicators of freshwater habitat structure and quality, via their aquatic larvae, and
A Middle Devensian woolly rhinoceros (Coelodonta antiquitatis) from Whitemoor Haye Quarry, Staffordshire (UK): palaeoenvironmental context and significance
This paper reports the discovery of a rare partial skeleton of a woolly rhinoceros (Coelodonta antiquitatis Blumenbach, 1799) and associated fauna from a low Pleistocene terrace of the River Tame at