Data from: Natural disturbances can produce misleading bioassessment results: identifying metrics to detect anthropogenic impacts in intermittent rivers

Maria Soria, Cayetano Gutiérrez-Cánovas, Núria Bonada, Raúl Acosta, Pablo Rodríguez-Lozano, Pau Frotuño, Gemma Burgazzi, Dolors Vinyoles, Francesc Gallart, Jérôme Latron, Pilar Llorens, Narcís Prat & Núria Cid
Ecosystems experience natural disturbances and anthropogenic impacts that affect biological communities and ecological processes. When natural disturbance modifies anthropogenic impacts, current widely used bioassessment metrics can prevent accurate assessment of biological quality. Our aim was to assess the ability of biomonitoring metrics to detect anthropogenic impacts at both perennial and intermittent sites, and in the latter including both flowing and disconnected pool aquatic phases. Specifically, aquatic macroinvertebrates from 20 rivers were sampled along gradients of...
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