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15 p, 489.8 KB The pond biodiversity index "IBEM", a new tool for the rapid assessment of biodiversity in ponds from Switzerland. Part 2. Method description and examples of application / Indermuehle, Nicola (University of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland (Suïssa)) ; Angélibert, Sandrine (University of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland (Suïssa)) ; Rosset, Véronique (University of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland (Suïssa)) ; Oertli, Beat (University of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland (Suïssa)) ; Sandrine Angélibert ; Véronique Rosset ; Beat Oertli
Ponds are now widely recognized to contribute significantly to regional freshwater biodiversity. Therefore, tools to easily and rapidly assess biological quality specificalIy for these aquatic habitats have been increasingly requested by conservation planners and nature managers. [...]
Está ampliamente reconocido que las pequeñas masas de agua (charcas) contribuyen de forma significativa a la biodiversi­dad regional de las aguas dulces. Por tanto, las herramientas que de manera rápida y fácil evalúen especíjicamente la calidad biológica de estos hábitats acuáticos están siendo requeridas cada vez más por profesionales de la gestión y conservación del medio natural. [...]

2010
Limnética, Vol. 29, Núm. 1 (2010) , p. 105-120  
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27 p, 819.3 KB The pond biodiversity index "IBEM", a new tool for the rapid assessment of biodiversity in ponds from SwitzerlandPart 1. Index development / Angélibert, Sandrine (University of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland (Suïssa)) ; Rosset, Véronique (University of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland (Suïssa)) ; Indermuehle, Nicola (University of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland (Suïssa)) ; Oertli, Beat (University of Applied Sciences Western Switzerland (Suïssa))
Due to legal requirements, nature managers increasingly have to carry out assessments of biodiversity for conservation purpo­seso For ponds, a type of waterbody now widely recognized as an important reservoir for freshwater biodiversity, standardized bioassessment methods are needed, but still rare. [...]
Debido a requerimientos legales, es cada vez más necesario que los gestores del medio ambiente lleven a cabo evaluaciones de la biodiversidad dirigidas a la conservación de la naturaleza. Para las charcas, pequeñas masas de agua ampliamente reconocidas como importantes reservorios de diversidad biológica acuática, los métodos normalizados de bio-evaluación son necesarios, pero aún escasos. [...]

2010
Limnética, Vol. 29, Núm. 1 (2010) , p. 93-104  

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