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Unformatted text preview: 8. Resh et al. use the terms “test” versus “reference” sites in their discussions. What is the significance of this comparison for biological assessment? 9. When choosing variables to make habitat assessment a more integral part of water resource evaluations, what is the key assumption that must be kept in mind? 10. Four measures frequently used in rapid assessment techniques were found to be particularly accurate in characterizing stream conditions in both impaired and umimpaired sites. Resh et al. suggest that these should be included in all assessment programs. What are these four measures? 11. Based on the authors, their affiliations, the intended audience, and the use of other information sources, how reliable do you find the Resh et al. (1995) article?...
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- Thought, Clean Water Act, Resh, biological assessment