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Invertebrates Associated with Coarse Woody Debris in Streams, Upland Forests, and Wetlands: A ReviewAuthor(s): A. Braccia; D.P. Batzer
Source: Proceedings of the 1999 Georgia Water Resources Conference, held March 30-01, at the University of Georgia
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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DescriptionWe reviewed literature on the inbvertebrate groups associated with coarse woody debris in forests, streams, and wetlands, and contrasted patterns of invertebrate community development and wood decomposition among ecosystems.
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CitationBraccia, A.; Batzer, D.P. 1999. Invertebrates Associated with Coarse Woody Debris in Streams, Upland Forests, and Wetlands: A Review. Proceedings of the 1999 Georgia Water Resources Conference, held March 30-01, at the University of Georgia
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