Significance of temporal changes when designing a reservoir for conservation of dragonfly diversity

Abstract

While there has been much focus in biodiversity conservation that transcends place, few studies transcend time. Yet an appreciation of vegetational and hydrological succession is essential for maintaining a habitat that has been created with the aim of conserving a particular group of organisms. This is a study of changes in a dragonfly assemblage over a… (More)
DOI: 10.1007/s10531-005-3652-5

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@article{Suh2005SignificanceOT, title={Significance of temporal changes when designing a reservoir for conservation of dragonfly diversity}, author={Augustine N. Suh and Michael John Samways}, journal={Biodiversity & Conservation}, year={2005}, volume={14}, pages={165-178} }