Maitland, Peter (1996) The River Endrick - then and now, monitoring by photography. Freshwater Forum, 7, pp. 7-22.
A major survey of the River Endrick was carried out in 1959-60. This survey was repeated three decades later in 1989-90 and comparisons were made of the fauna at the two times of sampling. During both surveys, photographs were taken of all the sampling sites and the objective of the present paper is to compare some of these photographs and discuss the value of photography in studies of river ecology. The sites used for photographic comparison were not chosen originally for that purpose but as appropriate places on the river from source to mouth to study its ecology. The pairs of photos now available have proved of interest and value and some lessons have been learned in relation to the selection of sites for any future photographic studies. Ideally photos should be taken in more than one season of the year as much of the river can be obscured by riparian trees and shrubs during the vegetative season. The exact position from which each photograph is taken is also a major factor to be considered.
|Item Type: ||Article|
|Title: ||The River Endrick - then and now, monitoring by photography|
|Personal Creator/Author: |
|Journal or Publication Title: ||Freshwater Forum|
|Page Range: ||pp. 7-22|
|Issuing Agency: ||Freshwater Biological Association|
|Uncontrolled Keywords: ||Phoography, England; River Endrick; Remote geosensing|
|Item ID: ||4573|
|Depositing User: ||Hardy B Schwamm|
|Date Deposited: ||25 Nov 2010 13:27|
|Last Modified: ||29 Sep 2011 18:13|
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