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The faunistic composition of the freshwater section of the river Rhine in the Netherlands: present state and changes since 1900
Van den Brink, W.B.; van der Velde, G.; Cazemier, W.G. (1990). The faunistic composition of the freshwater section of the river Rhine in the Netherlands: present state and changes since 1900. Limnol. Aktuell 1: 192-216
In: Limnologie aktuell. Schweizerbart: Stuttgart. ISSN 0937-2281, more
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    Fresh water

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  • Van den Brink, W.B.
  • van der Velde, G., more
  • Cazemier, W.G.

Abstract
    A review is presented of the literature concerning changes in the fauna of the freshwater section of the Dutch branches of the river Rhine as a basis for more detailed studies on the subject. In addition, the present macroinvertebrate and fish fauna of the river Waal, the main branch of the Rhine in The Netherlands, was investigatedly regularly sampling the filtering screens of the cooling-water intakes of the Gelderland power station, Nijmegen. Moreover the list of fish species was supplemented by those species recently caught by a number of professional fishermen and during own surveys on the rivers Waal, Lek and IJssel.

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