Review of rotifers and crustaceans in highly acidic environments of pH values ≤3

  title={Review of rotifers and crustaceans in highly acidic environments of pH values ≤3},
  author={Rainer Deneke},
A review of the literature on rotifers and crustacean zooplankton in highly acidic environments revealed that data from eleven aquatic environments on three continents (America, Europe, Japan) with a pH ≤3 are available. Seven sites are influenced by volcanism or weathering processes in the catchment area, four others originated from human mining activities. Species richness was generally low. Only 16 species are found and 1–11 species are reported for each area. These studies clearly show that… CONTINUE READING

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