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Quality Assurance Monitoring Plan: Ambient Biological Monitoring in Rivers and Streams: Benthic Macroinvertebrates and Periphyton

 
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10-03-109August 2010
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Author(s) Adams, K.
Description This is the quality assurance monitoring plan for the study, Ambient Biological Monitoring in Rivers and Streams: Benthic Macroinvertebrates and Periphyton.
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Keywords macroinvertebrates, stream, invertebrates, biological, model, river, water, trend, quality assurance project plan, Ecology, monitoring, freshwater, benthic
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