River Pollution: An Ecological Perspective

River Pollution: An Ecological Perspective

by S. M. Haslam
     
 

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A thorough analysis concerned with the biological impact of pollution throughout the system and the methods of measuring and monitoring pollution damage. Stresses the repercussion of industrial and domestic effluents on watercourses in temperate plant communities along with the results of other human activities such as river improvement, recreation, silting, wildlife… See more details below

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A thorough analysis concerned with the biological impact of pollution throughout the system and the methods of measuring and monitoring pollution damage. Stresses the repercussion of industrial and domestic effluents on watercourses in temperate plant communities along with the results of other human activities such as river improvement, recreation, silting, wildlife management and agriculture. Features a wealth of illustrations.

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Paper reprint of an information-packed text published in Great Britain in 1990, for undergraduates. The focus is on plant communities in European watercourses. A through and systematic analysis of the biological impact of pollution. Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

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ISBN-13:
9781852930738
Publisher:
Franklin Book Company, Incorporated
Publication date:
06/28/1992
Pages:
256

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