Gastropods and macroinvertebrates as biological indicators of water quality in SE Wisconsin watersheds
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This poster summarizes a study that sampled invertebrates in two southeastern Wisconsin creeks to discover whether or not the samples could be used to indicate water quality and fresh water environmental health.
Water quality biological assessment--Wisconsin
Water quality--Wisconsin--Whitewater Creek
Water quality--Wisconsin--Bluff Creek
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