This book deals with the ecology of rivers and streams in the
Oriental Region, and describes the composition of their unique
fauna - especially the diverse array of animals which live on and
among the bottom sediments. Dichotomous keys are provided as an aid
to the identification of these animals, and the book is illustrated
by over 100 pages of line drawings and maps. Special emphasis is
given to the impact of human activities on streams and rivers, and
the book concludes with a discussion of conservation and management
options for these endangered habitats.
Subjects: Aquatic Sciences
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