What is a survey of aquatic invertebrates?

  • Aquatic invertebrate surveys are commonly used to examine the water quality of a specific waterbody, either as a one-time evaluation or as ongoing surveys over several years to track the impact of land and water use from mining, agriculture, or recreational activities.

    What is an aquatic invertebrate survey?

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  • Aquatic invertebrates are animals without backbones. This can include many different types of animals such as mollusks (e.g. snails), arthropods (e.g. crabs), worms, and even insects. They rely on the water for their respiration and feeding and therefore must live in water permanently. They are also called 'aquatic animals'.

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