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- Porst, Gwendolin; Brauns, Mario; Irvine, Kenneth; Solimini, Angelo; Sandin, Leonard; Pusch, Martin; Miler, Oliver
- Ecological indicators 2019 v.98 pp. 285-296
- Ephemeroptera, etc ; Bivalvia; Crustacea; Diptera; Gastropoda; Oligochaeta; Trichoptera; biodiversity; community structure; environmental indicators; habitats; humans; indicator species; lakes; littoral zone; macroinvertebrates; macrophytes; riparian areas; shorelines; Europe; Show all 20 Subjects
- ... Human lake shore alterations often result in a substantial decrease of littoral and riparian habitat diversity and physical complexity, but the intensity at which shore alterations affect biodiversity may differ among European geographical regions. We tested if the response of littoral macroinvertebrate communities to human shoreline alterations is consistent among geographical regions. We compare ...
- Jacobus, Luke M.; Macadam, Craig R.; Sartori, Michel
- Insects 2019 v.10 no.6
- Ephemeroptera, etc ; aircraft; biogeochemical cycles; bioturbation; cleaning; climate change; conservation status; ecosystem services; edible insects; environmental health; freshwater; habitat destruction; habitats; humans; invasive species; islands; larvae; liquids; mouthparts; nutrition; pollution; protein content; renewable energy sources; terrestrial ecosystems; Antarctica; Show all 25 Subjects
- ... This work is intended as a general and concise overview of Ephemeroptera biology, diversity, and services provided to humans and other parts of our global array of freshwater and terrestrial ecosystems. The Ephemeroptera, or mayflies, are a small but diverse order of amphinotic insects associated with liquid freshwater worldwide. They are nearly cosmopolitan, except for Antarctica and some very re ...