VOL. 28 · NO. 4 | January 2010
Freshwater Science
Rosemary Mackay Fund Article
28(4), 747-765, (1 December 2009)https://doi.org/10.1899/08-099.1
KEYWORDS: nutrient spiraling, ecological stoichiometry, excretion, nitrogen, phosphorus
28(4), 766-777, (1 December 2009)https://doi.org/10.1899/08-151.1
KEYWORDS: disturbance, drought, Everglades, marl, peat, Procambarus, resistance
28(4), 778-784, (1 December 2009)https://doi.org/10.1899/08-163.1
KEYWORDS: ecological stoichiometry, pollution, stream, C:N, C:P, macroinvertebrates, BMWP, Rapid Bioassessment Protocol
28(4), 785-804, (1 December 2009)https://doi.org/10.1899/09-003.1
KEYWORDS: great rivers, Upper Mississippi River, Missouri River, Ohio River, benthic macroinvertebrates, stressor gradient, index of condition, assessment, reference expectation
28(4), 805-820, (1 December 2009)https://doi.org/10.1899/09-073.1
KEYWORDS: environmental factors, regional approaches, in-stream processes, modelling
28(4), 821-831, (1 December 2009)https://doi.org/10.1899/08-129.1
KEYWORDS: unionoid mussels, growth rates, excavation, density effects, agricultural drainage channel, field experiments
28(4), 832-845, (29 September 2009)https://doi.org/10.1899/09-072.1
KEYWORDS: Nutrient limitation, stream, nutrient diffusing substrate, nitrogen, phosphorus
28(4), 846-854, (29 September 2009)https://doi.org/10.1899/09-013.1
KEYWORDS: Potamopyrgus antipodarum, epibenthic, endobenthic, bully predation, spiny-shelled morph, smooth-shelled morph, spatial refugia, diel surface activity, sediment grain size
28(4), 855-868, (29 September 2009)https://doi.org/10.1899/08-113.1
KEYWORDS: breakpoints, nutrient criteria, species richness, bioassessment, Eutrophication, water quality
28(4), 869-884, (29 September 2009)https://doi.org/10.1899/08-142.1
KEYWORDS: stream condition, landscape-scale, land use, Random Forests, conditional inference, classification and regression trees (CART), ordinal logistic regression, prediction
28(4), 885-893, (27 October 2009)https://doi.org/10.1899/09-046.1
KEYWORDS: hydrogen, diet–tissue fractionation, signal-to-noise, mixing models, lipids, exchangeable H, Biofilm, alder
28(4), 894-907, (27 October 2009)https://doi.org/10.1899/08-183.1
KEYWORDS: nitrate, nitrate uptake, dissolved oxygen, dissolved organic carbon, net nutrient uptake, solute addition, priming effect
Second Symposium on Urbanization and Stream Ecology
28(4), 911-928, (27 October 2009)https://doi.org/10.1899/08-178.1
KEYWORDS: headwater streams, flow permanence, hydrology, urban, forest, Ephemeral, intermittent, perennial, mapping
28(4), 929-940, (27 October 2009)https://doi.org/10.1899/09-052.1
KEYWORDS: salinity, sodium, Chloride, urban, impervious surfaces, road salt, hydrologic variability, streams, groundwater
28(4), 941-954, (27 October 2009)https://doi.org/10.1899/07-160.1
KEYWORDS: urbanization, nutrients, organic matter, litterfall, allochthonous inputs, Puget Lowland, conifer, deciduous, disturbance
28(4), 955-976, (27 October 2009)https://doi.org/10.1899/08-157.1
KEYWORDS: hydraulic modeling, algae, macroinvertebrates, Fish
28(4), 977-990, (27 October 2009)https://doi.org/10.1899/08-161.1
KEYWORDS: urbanization, stormwater, septic tank, stream ecology, flowpath, watershed, regression modelling, distance weighting
28(4), 991-1006, (27 October 2009)https://doi.org/10.1899/08-162.1
KEYWORDS: urbanization, hydrology, physicochemistry, habitat, agriculture, silviculture
28(4), 1007-1021, (27 October 2009)https://doi.org/10.1899/08-159.1
KEYWORDS: multimetric biological index, urban gradient, quantile regression, predicted biological potential, hierarchical partitioning
28(4), 1022-1037, (27 October 2009)https://doi.org/10.1899/08-176.1
KEYWORDS: adult stream insects, watershed urbanization, flight, colonization, restoration
28(4), 1038-1050, (27 October 2009)https://doi.org/10.1899/08-169.1
KEYWORDS: urbanization, experimental design, paired watershed, environmental gradient, urban stream, development, impacts
28(4), 1051-1069, (27 October 2009)https://doi.org/10.1899/08-153.1
KEYWORDS: urbanization, urban intensity, algae, diatoms, macroinvertebrates, fishes
28(4), 1070-1079, (27 October 2009)https://doi.org/10.1899/08-165.1
KEYWORDS: urban streams, urbanization, physicochemistry, macroinvertebrates, fishes, Decomposition, metabolism, disturbance, anthropogenic impacts, Puerto Rico, tropical
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