Research and analysis

Invertabrates of exposed riverine sediments

Research looking at invertabrates of exposed riverine sediments.

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Invertabrates of Exposed Riverine Sediments

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Invertebrates of Exposed Riverine Sediments

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Invertebrates of Exposed Riverine Sediments - Phase 3

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The invertebrates of exposed riverine sediments (ERS) are known to be a potentially important conservation resource but the information concerning the distribution of both ERS and ERS invertebrate species and assemblages was limited and localised. The distribution of ERS was investigated using a questionnaire and by reference to the River Habitat Survey (RHS). Invertebrate data were collated from nature conservation bodies and from individuals with an interest in the field.