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Title: Macroinvertebrates of the River Nar : Great Ouse catchment : draft report
Author: National Rivers Authority
Document Type: Monograph
The River Nar is a small chalk stream tributary of the lower Great Ouse, in Norfolk. Part of its length is an SSSI, and it is known both for its rich aquatic plant community and for its dragonfly fauna. A preliminary study was carried out in February 1993 to ascertain the biological value of the invertebrate communities along the whole length of the river and certain tributaries.
Publisher: National Rivers Authority
Publication Date: 1993
Publication Place: Peterborough
Subject Keywords: RiversBiodiversityMacroinvertebratesWater qualitySite of Special Scientific Interest
Geographic Keywords: NarNorfolkGreat OuseGreat Ouse and Ouzel, Milton Keynes subcatchmentNorth West Norfolk catchment
Extent: 93
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