Stable surface stones as refugia for invertebrates during disturbance in a New Zealand stream

@inproceedings{Matthaei2000StableSS,
  title={Stable surface stones as refugia for invertebrates during disturbance in a New Zealand stream},
  author={Christoph D. Matthaei and Chris J. Arbuckle and Colin R. Townsend},
  year={2000}
}
AbstractWe tested whether stable surface stones serve as invertebrate refugia in a New Zealand gravel-bed stream. Two-hundred stones were marked in situ in a systematic grid across 20 transects (40–60 cm between stones, 1 m between transects). Six days prior to a spate, we sampled invertebrates on 24 unmarked stones. Twelve were randomly chosen among well-embedded stones, the others among stones of similar size lying loosely on top of the bed. (Previous work had shown the former to be more… CONTINUE READING

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