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Title: The relationship between river basin specific (Rbs) pollutants and macroinvertebrate communities
Authors: Popović, Nataša
Raković, Maja
Đuknić, Jelena
Csanyi B.
Szekeres J.
Borza P.
Slobodnik, Jaroslav
Liška I.
Milošević D.
Kolarevic D.
Simić, Vladica
Tubić, Bojana
Paunović, Momir
Journal: Journal of Limnology
Issue Date: 1-Jan-2020
Abstract: © the Author(s), 2019. This study was carried out to identify the relations between macroinvertebrate communities and river basin specific (RBS) pollutants in the Danube River. The investigation was performed at 68 sites along 2500 km of the Danube. Forward selection (FS), canonical correspondence analyses (CCA), the Spearman correlation coefficient (SC) and BIO-ENV analysis (to detect synergistic effects) were used to identify the relations between the macroinvertebrate dataset and selected biological metrics with RBS pollutants. Of the 20 analysed pollutants (preselected based on NORMAN network methodology), seven (2,4-dinitrophenol, chloroxuron, bromacil, dimefuron, amoxicillin, bentazon and fluoranthene) were found to significantly correlate with macroinvertebrate communities. BIOENV analysis revealed 3 subsets of environmental variables that were in high correlation with the biota resemblance matrix, consisting mainly of a combination of the above-mentioned pollutants. Our results indicate that there are significant correlations between chemical determinants and aquatic biota. Moreover, this study contributes to the validation of the methodology used for prioritization of RBS pollutants proposed by the NORMAN network.
URI: https://scidar.kg.ac.rs/handle/123456789/10747
Type: Article
DOI: 10.4081/JLIMNOL.2019.1915
ISSN: 11295767
SCOPUS: 85088988644
Appears in Collections:Faculty of Science, Kragujevac
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