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Version name: Ranch Brook Macroinvertebrate Community Assessments 2018
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The effectiveness of a forest in providing clean water is assessed through the diversity of key indicator species of stream health. A stream indicator species in this context is a macroinvertebrate (insects, worms, or snails) whose presence, absence, or abundance reflects the current condition of the environment. Macroinvertebrates typically require high levels of dissolved oxygen and low turbidity in the water.
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- Ranch Brook Macroinvertebrate Community Assessments 2018
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- 2019-01-08 11:03:46
- Alexandra Kosiba
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