Methods in Stream Ecology,
Edition 3 Volume 2: Ecosystem Function
<P>Edited by Gary A. Lamberti and F. Richard Hauer</P> <P>&nbsp;</P>

Publication Date: 01 Jun 2017

Methods in Stream Ecology: Volume 2: Ecosystem Structure, Third Edition, provides a complete series of field and laboratory protocols in stream ecology that are ideal for teaching or conducting research. This new two-part edition is updated to reflect recent advances in the technology associated with ecological assessment of streams, including remote sensing. Volume two covers community interactions, ecosystem processes and ecosystem quality.

With a student-friendly price, this new edition is key for all students and researchers in stream and freshwater ecology, freshwater biology, marine ecology and river ecology. This book is also supportive as a supplementary text for courses in watershed ecology/science, hydrology, fluvial geomorphology and landscape ecology.

Methods in Stream Ecology, 3rd Edition, Volume 1: Ecosystem Structure, is also available now!  

Key Features

  • Provides a variety of exercises in each chapter
  • Includes detailed instructions, illustrations, formulae and data sheets for in-field research for students
  • Presents taxonomic keys to common stream invertebrates and algae
  • Includes website with tables and a links written by leading experts in stream ecology
About the author

Edited by Gary A. Lamberti, University of Notre Dame, Indiana, USA and F. Richard Hauer, University of Montana, Polson, Montana, USA

Book details
ISBN: 9780128130476
Page Count: 372
Retail Price : £62.95
  • Thorp and Rogers, Thorp and Covich’s Freshwater Invertebrates: Ecology and General Biology, 9780123850270, Academic Press, Oct 2014 pg. 1148 $165.00
  • Wu, Periphyton: Functions and Applications in Environmental Remediation, 9780128010778, Elsevier, 434pp, Sep 2016 $130.00
  • Hauer and Lamberti, Methods in Stream Ecology: Ecosystem Structure, 3e, 9780124165588, Academic Press, 506pp., Feb 2017, $79.95

Faculty, graduate students, researchers, advanced undergraduates, and federal, state and local government officials interested in and responsible for stream evaluation and monitoring