AbstractWith its diversity of water body types, the Danube Delta offers large possibilities for studies of aquatic macrophytes, their ecological requirements, ecological amplitude and communities. Sensitive to changes in water quality and physical parameters due to human intervention in the natural ecological network, aquatic macrophytes are used as quality indicators. Using the example of the system of channels and lakes of the Gorgova-Isac-Uzlina complex and some examples from the neighboring area, the aquatic macrophytes and their communities are presented and discussed in relation to the characteristics of the habitats and the changes of the environment in the course of decades, since human intervention in the delta.
Transylvanian Review of Systematical and Ecological Research – de Gruyter
Published: Mar 1, 2018
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