Aquatic Insect Ecology, Part 1: Biology and Habitat by J. V. WardAquatic Insect Ecology, Part 1: Biology and Habitat by J. V. Ward

Aquatic Insect Ecology, Part 1: Biology and Habitat

byJ. V. Ward, James V. Ward

Hardcover | January 9, 1992

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Begins with a brief overview of the insect orders with aquatic representatives. Continues with evolutionary considerations, habitat occurrences of aquatic insect communities and the relationship of these insects to environmental variables such as temperature, substrate, flow and water level, suspended sediment, light, oxygen and other chemical factors.
Title:Aquatic Insect Ecology, Part 1: Biology and HabitatFormat:HardcoverDimensions:456 pages, 9.57 × 6.38 × 1.21 inPublished:January 9, 1992Publisher:Wiley

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ISBN - 10:0471550078

ISBN - 13:9780471550075

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Table of Contents

Insects of Aquatic Environments.

Evolution and Adaptation.

HABITATS AND COMMUNITIES.

Lentic Freshwaters.

Lotic Freshwaters.

Marine, Brackish, and Inland Salt Waters.

ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS.

Temperature.

Substrate.

Water Level, Current, and Discharge.

Other Abiotic Variables.

References.

Index.