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Assessing the Ecological Integrity of Running Waters
Although biomonitoring approaches are being increasingly used in the measurement of stream and river health, critical assumptions about the nature of biological populations and communities that underpin them are often ignored. Many approaches based on pattern detection in plant and animal communities assume high temporal persistence in the absence of anthropogenic disturbances. However, this has been rarely tested with long-term data sets and there is evidence that this assumption is not truedoi:10.1007/978-94-011-4164-2_5 fatcat:2hiuzosvwrau3aqn6hsjiwun2e