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The fish map represents an instrument available for provincial administrations intent on understanding the territory, laying the groundwork for the definition of efficacious management strategies. The result of a fish map is the study of aptness of fauna, the state of aquatic fauna, the potential productivity, biological quality and the integrity of the fluvial ecosystem. Normally there are first and second level fish maps. A first level fish map is the result of a qualitiative analysis sufficient to describe efficaciously the reality of the provincial territory. The determination of the experimental sampling plan and in particular the choice of the…
Biodiversity, like every scientific parameter, needs to be measured quantitatively. There is however no single yardstick for the different levels. To “measure” biodiversity one normally resorts to species, and following that, to the ecosystems that host them so as to introduce parameters like the interaction between species and the environment and the concept of ecological niche. Understanding how many , and which, species live in an ecosystem, and their relative abundance, represents one of the levels of “reading” biodiversity more completely. In order to do this numerous indexes have been honed that are normally divided into three categories: richness indexes,…
The study of bioindicators represents an extension of the use of indexes of quality that consists in a more in-depth analysis of the ecological relationships between the populations of a community (feeding, competition, ecological necessity, habitat availability) to reveal possible alterations due to human impact. This method can also be applied to systematic groups for which specific quality indexes haven't been elaborated (amphibians, reptiles, crustaceans).
Fauna monitoring aims to evaluate the qualitative-quantitative state of fauna populations and moreover is envisaged by the environmental field normative in all evaluation procedures (VAS, VIA, VINCA). In particular, fauna monitoring enables the definition of the distribution of populations of a specific species and the evaluation of it's future evolution and thus the elaboration of specific informative instruments and management such as check-lists, atlasses and fish maps. Hydrosynergy provides their own consultancy to any competent administrations to elaborate and programme the most suitable monitoring protocols guaranteeing the use of the most modern, certified methodologies of sampling for fish, amphibians, reptiles,…

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