Distribution of riffle insects of the Firehole River, Wyoming

@article{Armitage1961DistributionOR,
  title={Distribution of riffle insects of the Firehole River, Wyoming},
  author={Kenneth B. Armitage},
  journal={Hydrobiologia},
  year={1961},
  volume={17},
  pages={152-174}
}
SummaryThe Firehole River flows through the major hot spring basins of Yellowstone National Park. The runoff water from the hot springs changes the physical and chemical characteristics of the river as evidenced by the progressive downstream increase in temperature and pH.Nine sampling stations were located in riffles above and below all the major influxes of hot spring water into the river. One hundred thirty-five samples of bottom organisms were collected from all the stations from July… CONTINUE READING

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