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Record number 437010
Title Driver-pressure-impact and response-recovery chains in European rivers: observed and predicted effects on BQEs
Author(s) Feld, C.K.; Dahm, V.; Lorenz, A.; Logez, M.; Marzin, A.; Verdonschot, P.F.M.; Michels, H.C.U.; Keizer-Vlek, H.E.
Source Brussel : European Commission - 227
Department(s) Alterra - Animal ecology
CE - Freshwater Ecosystems
Publication type Research report
Publication year 2011
Keyword(s) stroomgebieden - aquatische ecologie - ecologisch herstel - rivieren - biota - databanken - europa - watersheds - aquatic ecology - ecological restoration - rivers - databases - europe
Categories Water Management (General) / Aquatic Ecology
Abstract The report presented in the following is part of the outcome of WISER’s river Workpackage WP5.1 and as such part of the module on aquatic ecosystem management and restoration. The ultimate goal of WP5.1 is to provide guidance on best practice restoration and management to the practitioners in River Basin Management. Therefore, a series of analyses was undertaken, each of which used a part of the WP5.1 database in order to track two major pathways of biological response: 1) the response of riverine biota to environmental pressures (degradation) and 2) the response of biota to the reduction of these impacts (restoration). This report attempts to provide empirical evidence on the environment-biota relationships for both pathways.
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