Edited By: KJ Collier and MJ Winterbourn
415 pages, 16 col plates, b/w photos, figs, tabs
Comprehensive account of the biology and ecology of invertebrate animals living in New Zealand streams and rivers. Topics covered include the biogeography and biodiversity of New Zealand stream fauna, the fundamental aspects of ecology - life-histories, feeding, substrate relationships and habitat use. Also examined are applied topics including the effects of agriculture, mining, forestry, urban development, flow management, conservation issues and the role of stream invertebrates in monitoring and management.
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