A number of ARMI monitors and coordinators reported being unable to login to the ARMI database between Saturday 6th and Tuesday 9th May 2017. Thank you to everybody that reported the issue, which RP reported to the system host immediately. Thank you also to the website and databse support team at the Freshwater Biological Association for locating and resolving the issue so quickly.
WelcomeThe Riverfly Partnership is a dynamic network of organisations, representing anglers, conservationists, entomologists, scientists, water course managers and relevant authorities, working together to: - protect the water quality of our rivers; - further the understanding of riverfly populations; - and actively conserve riverfly habitats. The Riverfly Partnership is hosted by the Freshwater Biological Association.
After a 22-year absence the critically endangered stonefly Isogenus nubecula has been rediscovered in the River Dee in North Wales by John Davy-Bowker of the Freshwater Biological Association. Click here to read more.
With kind permission of its authors the Riverfly Partnership is pleased to share the following paper which compares macroinvertebrate data for river health assessment gathered using semi-quantitative (kick/sweep sampling) and quantitative (surber sampling) methodologies.
Full citation: Everall N, Johnson MF, Wood P, Farmer A, Wilby RL and Measham N. (2017) Comparability of macroinvertebrate biomonitoring indices of river health derived from semi-quantitative and quantitative methodologies. Ecological Indicators 78: 437 - 448. DOI 10.1016/j.ecolind.2017.03.040
Freshwater Communities and the Riverfly Partnership
The Freshwater Biological Association is to become the Riverfly Partnership host from April 2017. (Click title above to access full press release).