|Authors / Editors:||A. Gerhardt|
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Biomonitoring of water pollution grew out of various disciplines, such as aquatic ecology and (eco)toxicology. It has now become a scientific tool for monitoring the degree of pollution of aquatic systems. The present book is a comprehensive review of the field. The most promising techniques used in the biomonitoring of polluted water are discussed in the light of their advantages and limitations.
Contents Sections: 1. Introduction. 2. Selected Methods. 3. Aquatic Ecosystems. 4. Selected Bioindicators.