Vernal Pools II: The Influence of Road Salt on Benthic Vernal Pool Communities
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Vernal pools are temporal bodies of water that provide habitat free of fish predators for diverse microinvertebrate communities, including microcrustaceans,such as fairy shrimp and copepods. Studies have shown that proximity to roads has negative impacts on vernal pool communities. This styudy explores the influence of roads, especially road salt runoff, on benthic diversity and abundance.
SubjectScholarship Sewanee 2011; University of the South, Sewanee, Tennessee; Vernal pools; Road salt runoff; Benthic communities; Weather-related influences
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