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Adaptive Strategies of Amphipsyche Larvae (Trichoptera: Hydropsychidae) Downstream of a Tropical Impoundment

  • P. J. Boon

Abstract

The biological influence exerted by lakes on their outflows has been recognized since the early days of stream research (e.g., Krawany, 1930). However, studies on regulated rivers are comparatively recent, since only in the last two decades have hydroelectric, irrigation, and other flow-manipulative schemes assumed importance. Much of this work involved overall river surveys and the effects of regulation upon whole communities (e.g., Ward, 1976; Armitage, 1978), although occasional studies have concentrated on specific aspects of lake outflow ecology, e.g., temperature (Lehmkuhl, 1972), flow fluctuations (Trotzky and Gregory, 1974), and drift (Radford and Hartland-Rowe, 1971).

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Adaptive Strategy Water Hyacinth Vector Concept Vacant Niche Barrier Screen 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • P. J. Boon
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of ZoologyThe UniversityNewcastle-upon-TyneEngland

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