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Therefore, although different types of habitat are relatively easy to recognize it is important to be aware that the communities of biota they support are dynamic entities responding to seasonal changes in discharge and hydraulics, vegetation growth and intrinsic biotic interactions. These in turn, are subject to the modifying effects of natural and anthropogenic disturbances in the catchment area and in the channel itself. 1 Choice of scale The association of faunal communities with habitat patches has been a common area for study by freshwater ecologists but it is only relatively recently that emphasis has been placed on habitat availability – a feature central to the IFIM methodology and of major interest to environmental management.
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