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Definition and measurement of stream health in Japan based on index of biological integrity (IBI) concepts

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Title Definition and measurement of stream health in Japan based on index of biological integrity (IBI) concepts
Creator Rossano, Eriko Morishita
Subject Theses--Fisheries
Description Human influences on Japanese streams began more than 3000 years ago with early rice cultivation. Cultural and social systems associated with rice paddy cultivation preserved healthy streams, connected water environments, and sustained complex habitats for diverse invertebrate and fish faunas as well as symbolic organisms such as fireflies. These aquatic environments enriched by abundant organisms were crucial to the daily lives of people and their perception of a "healthy" environment. Human... Thesis (Ph. D.)--University of Washington, 2002.
Date 2009-10-05T23:14:53Z 2009-10-05T23:14:53Z 2002
Type Thesis
Format vii, 134 p.
Identifier b49502815 52222130 — http://hdl.handle.net/1773/5401
Language en_US
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