Stream benthic macroinvertebrates abundances over a 6-year monitoring period of an Italian glacier-fed stream
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SubjectMacroinvertebrates; Community structure; Biodiversity; Stream; ILTER; Mountains; Alps; Climate change; Biomonitoring; Insects; Saldur
Aquatic macroinvertebrates are widely used as bioindicators for water quality assessments involving different kinds of disruptive factors, such as hydrological regime variations or pollutant spills. Recently, they demonstrated to be effective in monitoring effects of climate change in alpine stream and rivers. Indeed, since the distribution of macroinvertebrates in glacier-fed streams has been succesfully investigated and described by several authors, the discrepancy in presence/absence and quantity of specific taxa from the established models may represent an early warning of the effects of climatic changes occurring in alpine riverine ecosystems.
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