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Regulated Streams : Advances in Ecology

Author: John Craig; J Bryan Kemper
Publisher: Boston, MA : Springer US, 1987.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: John Craig; J Bryan Kemper
ISBN: 9781468453928 1468453920
OCLC Number: 851770063
Description: 1 online resource (volumes)
Contents: Section I: Fish Ecology.- A Method for Treatment of Data from the Instream Flow Incremental Methodology for Instream Flow Determination.- A Critique of the Instream Flow Incremental Methodology and Observations on Flow Determination in New Zealand.- Considerations in Assessing Flushing Flow Needs in Regulated Stream Systems.- Assessment of Flushing Flow Recommendations in a Steep, Rough, Regulated Tributary.- Simulating Trout Feeding Stations in Instream Flow Models.- Effects of Varying Flows in Man-Made Streams on Rainbow Trout (Salmo gairdneri Richardson) Fry.- Section II: Invertebrate Ecology.- Development and Applications of Macroinvertebrate Instream Flow Models for Regulated Flow Management.- Stoneflies and River Regulation - A Review.- The Classification of Tailwater Sites Receiving Residual Flows from Upland Reservoirs in Great Britain, Using Macroinvertebrate Data.- Impact of Large Discharge Fluctuations on the Macroinvertebrate Populations Downstream of a Dam.- Section III: Physical Processes.- Thermal "Resetting" of Streams by Reservoir Releases With Special Reference to Effects on Salmonid Fishes.- Instream Temperature Modeling and Fish Impact Assessment For a Proposed Large Scale Alaska Hydroelectric Project.- Hydropower Development of Salmon Rivers: Effect of Changes in Water Temperature on Growth of Brown Trout (Salmo trutta) Presmolts.- Predicting the Effects of a Possible Temperature Increase Due to Stream Regulation of the Eggs of Whitefish (Coregonus lavaretus) - A Laboratory Approach.- Natural Siltation of Brown Trout (Salmo trutta L.) Spawning Gravels During Low-Flow Conditions.- Suspended Solids Transport Within Regulated Rivers Experiencing Periodic Reservoir Releases.- Time-Scales for Ecological Change in Regulated Rivers.- Towards a Rational Assessment of Residual Flows Below Reservoirs.- Effects of Short-Term Regulation by Power Plants on Erosion and Water Quality of a River.- Study Design for Fisheries and Hydrology Assessment in a Glacial Watershed in British Columbia.- Section IV: Water Quality.- Phosphorus Spiralling in Rivers and River-Reservoir Systems: Implications of a Model.- Tradeoffs Between Stream Regulation and Point Source Treatments in Cost-Effective Water Quality Management.- Water Temperature Control and Areal Oxygen Consumption Rates at a New Reservoir, and the Effects of the Release Waters.- Increasing the Oxygen Content of the Kalajoki River.- Section V: Special Topics.- Possible Effects of the Proposed Eastern Route Diversion of Changjiang (Yangtze) River Water to the Northern Provinces with Emphasis on the Hydrobiological Environment of the Main Water Bodies Along the Transfer Route.- Chemical and Biological Changes in the Ter River Induced by a Series of Reservoirs.- Responses of Epilithic Algae to Regulation of Rocky Mountain Streams.- The Ecology of Regulated Streams: Past Accomplishments and Directions for Future Research.- Symposium Summary and Conclusions.- Contributors.
Responsibility: edited by John F. Craig, J. Bryan Kemper.


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