Macroinvertebrate survey of 25 soft water-pH sensitive lakes in Vermont
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Published by Special Studies & Surveillance Unit, Dept. of Environmental Conservation in [Waterbury, Vt.?] .
Written in English

Subjects:

Places:

  • Vermont.

Subjects:

  • Acid pollution of rivers, lakes, etc. -- Vermont.,
  • Water -- Pollution -- Vermont.,
  • Acid rain -- Environmental aspects -- Vermont.

Book details:

Edition Notes

Statementby Steven Fiske.
ContributionsVermont. Dept. of Environmental Conservation. Special Studies & Surveillance Unit.
Classifications
LC ClassificationsTD196.A25 F57 1987
The Physical Object
Paginationii, 34 p. :
Number of Pages34
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL1989094M
LC Control Number90621704
OCLC/WorldCa21663953

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Macroinvertebrate monitoring may be a great activity to engage your volunteers in if your primary goals are to raise awareness and characterize the wetland.” “ Wetlands alongside a lake Bog wetland Wetland with ponds Jeffrey J. Strobel photos Monitoring Your Wetland – Benthic Macroinvertebrates 2.   Because macroinvertebrates are stationary and are sensitive to different degrees of pollution, changes in their abundance and variety vividly illustrate the impact pollution is having on the stream. Loss of macroinvertebrates in the stream, or of trees along the stream bank, are environmental impacts that a wide segment of society can relate to. Protecting and Restoring Vermont's + Lakes and Ponds. The Lakes and Ponds Management and Protection Program works to protect, maintain, enhance, and restore the health of Vermont lakes and the public uses that healthy lake ecosystems provide through outreach and education, monitoring and assessment, and regulatory programs.   The advantages of using macroinvertebrates as bioindicators are a great biodiversity and an extreme sensitivity and fast response of many taxa to pollution. This quick response is likely due to many macroinvertebrates being sessile and having aquatic life cycles, thus any alterations in environmental limits could lead to death. One significant.