Title:
Basic Principles and Ecological Consequences of Altered Flow Regimes for Aquatic Biodiversity
Publication Year:
2002
Abstract:
The flow regime is regarded by many aquatic ecologists to be the key driver of river and floodplain wetland ecosystems. We have focused this literature review around four key principles to highlight the important mechanisms that link hydrology and aquatic biodiversity and to illustrate the consequent impacts of altered flow regimes.
Publication Title:
Environmental Management
Volume:
30
Issue:
4
Pages:
492-507
Item Type:
Journal Article
Language:
en

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