Research , part of a Special Feature on Restoring Riverine Landscapes River Rehabilitation for Conservation of Fish Biodiversity in Monsoonal Asia

@inproceedings{Dudgeon2005ResearchP,
  title={Research , part of a Special Feature on Restoring Riverine Landscapes River Rehabilitation for Conservation of Fish Biodiversity in Monsoonal Asia},
  author={David Dudgeon},
  year={2005}
}
Freshwater biodiversity is under threat worldwide, but the intensity of threat in the Oriental biogeographic region of tropical Asia is exceptional. Asia is the most densely populated region on Earth. Many rivers in that region are grossly polluted, and significant portions of their drainage basins and floodplains have been deforested or otherwise degraded. Flow regulation has been practiced for centuries, and thousands of dams have been constructed, with the result that most of the rivers are… CONTINUE READING
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