Biologia da Conservação e Manejo da Vida Silvestre_Cullen_Rudy_Rudran_e_Valladare -1
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Biologia da Conservação e Manejo da Vida Silvestre_Cullen_Rudy_Rudran_e_Valladare -1

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3 D ivers idade de m acro in ver teb rad o s
em r ia c h o s
Adriano Sanches Melo 
Departamento de Pós-graduação em Ecologia, 
Museu de História Natural, Unicamp
I nt rodução
Lagos, rios, riachos e outros corpos de água doce recebem influência direta 
dos processos que ocorrem na área de drenagem da bacia onde estão localiza­
dos. Em pequena escala, corpos de á§ua doce podem receber resíduos tóxicos 
de uma determinada indústria ou esgoto çloméstico. Em escala maior, levando- 
se em conta a própria bacia de drenagem, por exemplo, podem receber pestici­
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