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Spatial and seasonal patterns of periphyton biomass and productivity in the northern Everglades, Florida, U.S.A.
Lake water salinity and periphytic diatom succession in three subarctic lakes, Yukon Territory, Canada
Benthic community structure in two adjacent streams in Yellowstone National Park five years after the 1988 wildfires
Role of current and light in explaining the habitat distribution of the lotic snail Elimia semicarinata (Say)
Patterns of algal assemblages from coal mine impacted streams within the unglaciated Western Allegheny Plateau
Lipid and fatty acid compositions of stream periphyton and stoneroller minnows (Campostoma anomalum): Trophic and environmental implications
How freshwater Everglades wetlands mediate the quality of recently enhanced water inflows to the Florida Bay estuary
Influences of water and substrate quality for periphyton in a montane stream affected by acid mine drainage
Linking Excess Nutrients, Light, and Fine Bedded Sediments to Impacts on Faunal Assemblages in Headwater Agricultural Streams1
Griffith, Michael B., F. Bernard Daniel, Matthew A. Morrison, Michael E. Troyer, James M. Lazorchak, and Joseph P. Schubauer-Berigan, 2009. Linking Excess Nutrients, Light, and Fine Bedded Sediments to Impacts on Faunal Assemblages in Headwater Agricultural Streams. Journal of the American Water Resources Association (JAWRA) 45(6):1475-1492. Abstract: Biological impairments in streams are typically defined by regulatory agencies in terms of altered invertebrate or fish assemblages. While nutrients, canopy cover, and sediment fines contribute to these impairments, these stressors are often defined, at least in part, by their impacts on periphyton. Path analysis can extend these assessments to impacts on invertebrates...
Shoreline alterations on the Muskoka Lakes, Ontario -- mapping techniques, methods development, preliminary results and interpretive framework
Importance of Physical Variables on the Seasonal Dynamics of Epilithic Algae in a Highly Shaded Canyon Stream