A quantitative study of the bottom fauna in some Utah Streams Variously Affected by Erosion

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Publication Type journal article
Creator Moffett, James W.
Title A quantitative study of the bottom fauna in some Utah Streams Variously Affected by Erosion
Date 1936-06
Description Floods and cloudbursts in the Intermountain region of western United States cause considerable damage to watersheds and streams. Because of steep gradients these torrential waters remove vast quantities of debris, stones, gravel and soil from the stream beds. It follows that, with the removal of materials from a stream bottom, the flora and fauna would also be affected. To determine the effects of flood conditions upon bottom fauna and the subsequent reestablishment of these forms is the purpose of this study.
Type Text
Publisher University of Utah
Volume 26
Issue 9
First Page 1
Last Page 32
Language eng
Bibliographic Citation Moffett, J. W. (1936). A quantitative study of the bottom fauna in some Utah Streams Variously Affected by Erosion. Bulletin of the University of Utah, 26(9), 1-32.
Relation is Part of Biological Series. Vol. III (1935-1939). Bulletin of the University of Utah. University of Utah Marriott Library QH301 U8 v.3 no.1-10.
Rights Management (c) University of Utah
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Reference URL https://collections.lib.utah.edu/ark:/87278/s6xd1kh5
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