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Despite covering a relatively small area on a global scale, estuarine tidal flats are vital to many aquatic bird species during much of the yearly cyc...Read more
Water-filled ditches are an important ecological feature of lowland Britain. Originally dug to facilitate wetland drainage, ditches often provide refu...Read more
Over the last century, the loss of around half of the world's wetlands, principally through drainage and conversion to agriculture, has been one of th...Read more
Dominance of free-floating plants such as duckweed is undesirable as it indicates eutrophication. The objectives of this study are to investigate whet...Read more
In the UK, drainage for agricultural reclamation during the 19th and 20th centuries is responsible for an alteration of the ecological and hydrologica...Read more
The effects of increased nutrient and organic loading on a community dominated by submersed macrophytes and gastropods were investigated in a drainage...Read more
Post-mining freshwater habitats can serve as secondary habitats for threatened species. Being globally plentiful, their efficient restoration should b...Read more
Part of a drainage channel was treated with cyanatryn at 0.2 mu g/g. Release of the herbicide was slower than expected. A peak concn. of 0.1 mu g/g wa...Read more
The effects of the following perturbations on populations of freshwater gastropods from a drainage channel in the Southeast area of Lewes Brooks, East...Read more
Effective water management has become an important part of sustainable economic development worldwide. In areas dependent on agriculture for livelihoo...Read more
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