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Foreword & Publication Details
Abstract & Acknowledgements
- 2.1 Study Area and Site Selection
- 2.2 The Data
- 2.3 The Model
- 2.3.1 Classification Analysis
- 2.3.2 Discriminant Function Analysis
- 2.3.3 Rare taxa
- 2.3.4 Validating and defining the population of reference sites
- 2.3.5 O/E taxa bands representing biological health
- 2.3.6 Test site assessment evaluation
3. Results and Discussion
- 3.1 The Data
- 3.1.1 Model construction using mixed-method data
- 3.2 The Model
- 3.2.1 Test site evaluation
- 4.1 The Data
- 4.2 The Models
Reference and test sites used to create the AUSRIVAS Urban Family and Lowest taxon predictive models
- The taxa used in the construction of the urban models.
- List of sites where paired sample processing data were available
List of Figures & Tables
- List of Figures
- List of Tables
More About Ausrivas
AUSRIVAS web site
AUSRIVAS (Australian River Assessment System) is a prediction system used to assess the biological health of Australian rivers. AUSRIVAS was developed under the National River Health Program (NRHP) by the Federal Government in 1994, in response to growing concern in Australia for maintaining ecological values. The NRHP involves the major environmental agency in each state and territory and is centrally administered by Environment Australia (EA) and the Land and Water Resources Research and Development Corporation (LWRRDC). The AUSRIVAS predictive software was developed at the Co-operative Research Centre for Freshwater Ecology (CRCFE). (Added by B Hall for the Electronic Version).