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Title: Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History) Zoology
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Year: 1989-90 (1980s)
Authors: Farn, Alexander E
Publisher: London : Butterworths
Contributing Library: Natural History Museum Library, London
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Fig. 5 Principal collecting locality Ugiy Nuur, 1 km west of outlet into Orkhon Gol. (Above) Beach seining along southern shore and (Below) swamp region prior to outlet into Orkhon Gol. and Tarim Gols: Fig. 3); 2) high altitude 'salmon rivers' (Odum, 1978: 298) with fast flowing, clear water over a stony, gravel substrate with little rooted aquatic vegetation (e.g. Orkhon and Terilg Gols: Fig. 4); and 3) narrow head-water streams that course across high altitude alpine meadows and consist of deeper pools and riffles (e.g. Hogshin Orkhon Gol: Fig. 2 locality 4). Generally they have grassy banks and wide flood plains, with small rivulets and ponds. The water level was often high, with increased current and flooding at several localities. This was due to the high precipitation during the months of July and August in northern parts of Mongolia (Petrov, 1970). The sparse vegetation allows rapid run-off which results in dramatic changes in water level following short but heavy periods of rainfall.

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