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2010, Techniques in ecology & conservation series, ISBN 9780199541195, xxiii, 556
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by Michael J. Vanni and Peter B. McIntyre and Dennis Allen and Diane L. Arnott and Jonathan P. Benstead and David J. Berg and Åge Brabrand and Sébastien Brosse and Paul A. Bukaveckas and Adriano Caliman and Krista A. Capps and Luciana S. Carneiro and Nanette E. Chadwick and Alan D. Christian and Andrew Clarke and Joseph D. Conroy and Wyatt F. Cross and David A. Culver and Christopher M. Dalton and Jennifer A. Devine and Leah M. Domine and Michelle A. Evans-White and Bjørn A. Faafeng and Alexander S. Flecker and Keith B. Gido and Claire Godinot and Rafael D. Guariento and Susanne Haertel-Borer and Robert O. Hall and Raoul Henry and Brian R. Herwig and Brendan J. Hicks and Karen A. Higgins and James M. Hood and Matthew E. Hopton and Tsutomu Ikeda and William F. James and Henrice M. Jansen and Cody R. Johnson and Benjamin J. Koch and Gary A. Lamberti and Stephanie Lessard-Pilon and John C. Maerz and Martha E. Mather and Ryan A. McManamay and Joseph R. Milanovich and Dai K. J. Morgan and Jennifer M. Moslemi and Rahmat Naddafi and Jens Petter Nilssen and Marc Pagano and Alberto Pilati and David M. Post and Modi Roopin and Amanda T. Rugenski and Maynard H. Schaus and Joseph Shostell and Gaston E. Small and Christopher T. Solomon and Sean C. Sterrett and Øivind Strand and Marjo Tarvainen and Jason M. Taylor and Lisette E. Torres-Gerald and Caroline B. Turner and Jotaro Urabe and Shin-Ichi Uye and Anne-Mari Ventelä and Sébastien Villeger and Matt R. Whiles and Frank M. Wilhelm and Henry F. Wilson and Marguerite A. Xenopoulos and Kyle D. Zimmer and Oak Ridge National Lab. (ORNL), Oak Ridge, TN (United States)
Ecology, ISSN 0012-9658, 5/2017, Volume 98, Issue 5, pp. 1475 - 1475
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09/2016, ISBN 1498758460, 393
This book is a bridge between ecological paradigms - organismal/community approaches to food web dynamics and ecosystem-level approaches to production. The... 
Biology, life sciences | Landscape Conservation | Biodiversity | Maintenance and Management | Natural History | ENVIROnetBASE | STMnetBASE | SCI-TECHnetBASE | BIOSCIENCEnetBASE | Landscape Conservation, Maintenance and Management | LIFESCIENCEnetBASE | ENVIRONMENTALSCIENCEnetBASE | Food chains (Ecology) | Bioenergetics | Animals
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Ecology, ISSN 0012-9658, 12/2017, Volume 98, Issue 12, pp. 3044 - 3055
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Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, ISSN 1540-9295, 2/2006, Volume 4, Issue 1, pp. 27 - 34
Amphibians can be important consumers in both aquatic and terrestrial habitats and may represent an important energetic link between the two, particularly in... 
Frogs | Population ecology | Riparian ecology | Depopulation | Reviews | Lotic systems | Tadpoles | Freshwater ecology | Amphibians | Species | Streams | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | CENTRAL-AMERICA | PUERTO-RICO | BROOK EXPERIMENTAL FOREST | TOP-DOWN | TROPICAL STREAM | CLIMATE-CHANGE | ECOLOGY | INVERTEBRATES | PERIPHYTON | SALAMANDER POPULATIONS | NEW-HAMPSHIRE
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Water Resources Research, ISSN 0043-1397, 02/2014, Volume 50, Issue 2, pp. 919 - 936
We explore the bankfull width (Wbf) versus drainage area (Ada) relationship across a range of climatic and geologic environments and ask (1) is the... 
drainage area | precipitation | bankfull width | REGRESSION | WOODY DEBRIS | PACIFIC-NORTHWEST | WASHINGTON | WATER RESOURCES | CONTERMINOUS UNITED-STATES | FLUVIAL GEOMORPHOLOGY | DISCHARGE | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | STREAMS | MODELS | LIMNOLOGY | RIVERS | Drainage
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Journal of Tropical Ecology, ISSN 0266-4674, 7/2013, Volume 29, Issue 4, pp. 291 - 299
Neotropical streams are losing dominant consumer groups as a result of disease-driven amphibian declines. The herbivorous tadpoles of Lithobates warszewitschii... 
Taxa | Tadpoles | Centroids | Freshwater ecology | Biomass | Diatoms | Grazing | Isotopes | Amphibians | Streams | emerging infectious disease | stable isotopes | tropical streams | functional redundancy | isotopic niches | species loss | amphibian declines | chytrid | TADPOLE | ECOLOGY | FACILITATION | Creeks & streams | Reptiles & amphibians
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