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.
 
 
 

 

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44 pages A4 softback
ISBN 1 873701 27 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 873701 27 6