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- Rosenfeld, Jordan S.
- Freshwater biology 2017 v.62 no.8 pp. 1305-1324
- community structure; dissolved oxygen; energy flow; eutrophication; fish; fish communities; global warming; habitats; heat tolerance; land use; management systems; meta-analysis; oxygen; probability; simulation models; stream flow; summer; temperature; water; water management
- ... Empirical relationships between stream flow and ecological responses (flow–ecology relationships) are essential for establishing environmental flows and evaluating tradeoffs between instream values and out‐of‐stream uses. Establishing the shape of flow–ecology relationships (i.e. slope, linearity versus nonlinearity) is particularly important to avoid crossing ecological thresholds in water manage ...
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- Freshwater biology 2017 v.62 no.2 pp. 340-355
- aquatic invertebrates; benthic organisms; body size; habitats; lotic systems; shear stress; stream channels; swimming
- ... Pulsed flow disturbances strongly influence invertebrate drift in lotic ecosystems. However, drift‐flow relationships are often context dependent and non‐intuitive, suggesting that local abiotic and biotic conditions mediate the impacts of flow on the physical and behavioural drivers of drift entry. Two factors may be particularly important: physical channel architecture, which modulates how flow ...