Macroinvertebrates and Fishes as Bioindicators of Stream Water Pollution

@inproceedings{Fierro2017MacroinvertebratesAF,
  title={Macroinvertebrates and Fishes as Bioindicators of Stream Water Pollution},
  author={Pablo Fierro and Claudio Valdovinos and Luis Vargas-Chacoff and CarlosBertr{\'a}n and Ivan Arismendi},
  year={2017}
}
Freshwater ecosystems worldwide have been progressively deteriorated during the past decades due to an increasing human pressure that has lead to a decrease in aquatic biodiversity. Among the human activities of high impact on freshwater ecosystems is the land-use change, principally from native forests to agriculture. To evaluate the impacts of human activities on water quality, a traditional approach has considered the use of single physical-chemical parameters. However, this approach may be… CONTINUE READING

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