Historical Biogeography, Ecology, and Fish Distributions: Conceptual Issues for Establishing IBI Criteria

@inproceedings{Strange2020HistoricalBE,
  title={Historical Biogeography, Ecology, and Fish Distributions: Conceptual Issues for Establishing IBI Criteria},
  author={Rex Meade Strange},
  year={2020}
}
Environmental typology of rivers from the Brazilian semiarid as a first step for the application of the index of biotic integrity: The case of the Chapada Diamantina
Defining environmental river types is an essential step in the development of accurate fish‐based methods (IBI, Index of Biotic Integrity) to assess the environmental quality of aquatic ecosystems.
Study on the state of the art of the “guiding image” – The rescue of a river's memory in favor of an urban river restoration project
TLDR
This review article discusses how this set of goals has been approached, in different fields of knowledge, derived from the term “guiding image”, as part of a larger research on the development of an adequate methodology to leverage the river restoration design.