Characterization of hydraulic habitat and retention across different channel types; introducing a new field-based technique

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Understanding the interactions between physical habitat and aquatic biodiversity has become a key research objective in river management. River research and management practitioners are increasingly seeking new methodologies and techniques for characterizing physical habitat heterogeneity. The physical biotope has been widely employed as the standard… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10750-012-1164-3

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