2019
DOI: 10.15446/abc.v24n2.70716
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Comparación de la calidad del agua en dos ríos altoandinos mediante el uso de los índices BMWP/COL. y ABI.

Abstract: Se comparó la calidad ecológica del río Tota durante agosto 2007 y febrero 2008, y el curso alto del río Bogotá entre los meses de octubre 2013 y enero 2014, aplicando los índices BMWP/Col y ABI. Los puntos de muestreo corresponden a la parte alta, media y baja del gradiente longitudinal. En el río Tota se determinaron 27 familias correspondientes a 11 órdenes, donde las más abundantes fueron Baetidae (25,43 %), Leptohyphidae (16,43 %), Naididae (13,76 %), Chironomidae (11,42 %) y Hyalellidae (10,30 %).  En el… Show more

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“…The ABI has proved to be efficient in evaluations of high Andean rivers above 2,000 m asl and areas with anthropic influence. The ABI has been applied in Colombia, Ecuador and Peru (Meneses-Campo et al, 2019).…”
Section: Macroinvertebrates In Lotic Environmentsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…The ABI has proved to be efficient in evaluations of high Andean rivers above 2,000 m asl and areas with anthropic influence. The ABI has been applied in Colombia, Ecuador and Peru (Meneses-Campo et al, 2019).…”
Section: Macroinvertebrates In Lotic Environmentsmentioning
confidence: 99%
“…Its variation can contribute to contamination sources detection and to the evaluation of water attitude for irrigation [Cortolima (2020)]. In addition, some studies have shown that electrical conductivity has eco-physiological effects on osmoregulation, survival, abundance, and presence of families of organisms such as macroinvertebrates in water bodies [Camacho and Camacho (2010); Mosquera, Bejarano and Asprilla (2006); Hahn-vonHessberg et al (2009);Meneses, Castro and Jaramillo (2019)]. Therefore, it is considered as a determining physicochemical factor in the distribution of aquatic macroinvertebrates, in which organisms are more sensitive [Morelli and Verdi (2014)] cited by [Olarte and González (2018); ].…”
Section: Introductionmentioning
confidence: 99%