of fishes varied spatially across the upper Red River drainage, but remained similar between time periods at the regional scale (PROTEST results [m.
The students' containers, within which they their assemblages
were stored, varied significantly.
In most ecosystems, observed or potential impacts of development activities are described in terms of effects on large, long-lived organisms (the "trees") that characterize the biological assemblages
and long-term conditions under consideration.
We report here the results of a sampling program examining these fish assemblages
and the environmental factors affecting them.
Despite this, Morin finds the faunal assemblages
from late Middle Palaeolithic and early Upper Palaeolithic contexts, including Saint-Cesaire and elsewhere, to be quite similar.
We used the ANOSIM similarity statistical method to analyze data from adult specimens to calculate relative abundance of species and to test for differences between regional assemblages
of caddisflies (Clarke, 1993).
I showed the students several photos of sculptures made by John Chamberlain, who welded pieces of wrecked automobiles together to form his assemblages
We anticipated strong spatial gradients in community composition on the basis of typical patterns of demersal fish assemblages
in other ecosystems (e.
That may well be, but merely decrying this result does nothing to question, for example, Bennett's new materialism, with its focus on more-than-human assemblages
01) among fish assemblages
relative to low-head dams.
The theory of assemblages
created by Gilles Deleuze in the waning decades of the 20th century provides an anchor.
The show features the work of Edwin Vasquez, a self-taught, Guatemalan-born artist who paints and constructs highly colorful and expressive assemblages
, and Ulrica Bell Perkins, a collage artist and painter whose works are marked by boldness and intensity.