A botanical classification of standing waters in Great Britain and a method for the use of macrophyte flora in assessing changes in water quality (2nd ed.)
(1992)
Research & survey in nature conservation, No. 19
Palmer, M
Drawing on extensive survey work, this book classifies standing waters into ten types based on their aquatic plant communities. It also discusses the trophic requirements of water plants and suggests a method for monitoring water quality using this information. This edition follows reanalysis of the data, providing revised, and in places refined, results.

 

 

 
44 pages, A4 softback
ISBN 1 87370 127 6
 
Please cite as: Palmer, M, (1992), A botanical classification of standing waters in Great Britain and a method for the use of macrophyte flora in assessing changes in water quality (2nd ed.), 44 pages, A4 softback, ISBN 1 87370 127 6