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- Knight, S. S.; Lizotte, R. E.; Shields Jr., F. D.
- Journal of international environmental application and science 2014 v.9 no.2 pp. 231
- fish production, etc ; Hyalella azteca; alluvial plains; aquatic ecosystems; community structure; deltas (landforms); fish; habitat conservation; habitats; metals; pesticide residues; pesticides; pollutants; rivers; sediment contamination; sediments; toxicity; water quality; Mississippi; Mississippi River; Show all 20 Subjects
- ... Success of any aquatic restoration project is based on the assumptions that physical features can be manipulated in such a way as to improve habitat, water quality or both. An additional assumption is that there is nothing inherent about the site that would prevent the target community from exploiting the newly restored habitat. Examples of inherent features that may cause restoration failure incl ...