R. F. M. Buskens

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Moorland pools originally are shallow, often hydrologically isolated, soft-water bodies, with a low productivity. Some thousands of moorland pools originated from the late Pleistocene onwards in the heathland landscape in The Netherlands and adjacent areas, where soils have a poor buffering capacity. As the pools are largely fed by atmospheric(More)
Commonness and distributional patterns of Chironomidae in The Netherlands are discussed with respect to the occurrence in different water types and the role of some environmental factors. At least 205 taxa were present in The Netherlands. Nine of them became extinct. Lowest numbers of species were recorded in the zone with coastal dunes and in the brackish(More)
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