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Beavers: the original engineers of Britain’s fresh waters
By A. Law | K. Wilson | M. Gaywood | N. Willby | P. Ramsay
While Britain has had a slower start than some mainland European countries, beaver reintroduction is now gathering traction motivated by prospects of habitat enhancement, natural flood management and wider biodiversity benefits.
Are beavers a solution to the freshwater biodiversity crisis?
By A. Law | F. Ecke | G. Foster | N. Willby | O. Levanoni
To determine whether reintroduced beavers, as an example of native herbivorous megafauna, can increase freshwater biodiversity at the landscape scale and to compare effects on two contrasting taxonomic groups.
Habitat engineering by beaver benefits aquatic biodiversity and ecosystem processes in agricultural streams
Dam building by beaver in degraded environments can improve physical and biological diversity
when viewed at a scale encompassing both modified and unmodified habitats.
Tags: Plants | Stream Restoration