Biological Monitoring of Rivers
- Up-to-date assessment of biological water monitoring
- Practical how-to-do chapters help the practitioner
- Provides a broad survey of methods uses inside and outside the EU
- Gives perspectives for future applications
Floodplains in River Ecosystems.
Instream and Bankside Habitat in Rivers.
Main features of Watercourses Hydrodynamics.
- Riverine Fish Assemblages in Temperate Rivers.
- Aquatic Macroinvertebrates.
- Macrophytes and Algae in running waters.
- River Monitoring and Assessment methods based on Macroinvertebrates.
- Monitoring methods based on Fish.
- Monitoring methods based on Algae and Macrophytes.
- Organization of Biological Monitoring in the EU.
- Biomonitoring in North American Rivers.
- Biological Monitoring of Rivers and European Water Legislation.
- Ecotoxicological Experiments in River Pollution Assessment.
- Monitoring of Alpine Rivers.
- Biological Monitoring of North European Rivers.
- Biological Monitoring of Mediterranean Rivers with special reference to Greece.
- Biological Monitoring of Running Waters in Eastern and Central European Countries.
- Key Features of Bioassessment Development in the United States of America.
- Monitoring Experiences from Down Under – the importance of deciding a priori what constitutes a significant environmental change.
- The predictive modelling approach to biomonitoring:
- Taking river quality assessment forward.
- A new approach to evaluating fluvial functioning (FFI) towards a landscape ecology.
- Planning to integrate urban and ecological processes: A case involving Fluvial Functionality.
- Beyond Biological Monitoring: An Integrated Approach.