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- Hansen, Michael M., et al. Show all 17 Authors
- The Science of the total environment 2015 v.534 pp. 52-64
- analytical methods; anthropogenic activities; aquatic ecosystems; aquatic organisms; biodiversity; case studies; climate change; dams (hydrology); environmental impact; habitat destruction; humans; models; phenotypic plasticity; population structure; rivers
- ... Understanding the drivers and implications of anthropogenic disturbance of ecological connectivity is a key concern for the conservation of biodiversity and ecosystem processes. Here, we review human activities that affect the movements and dispersal of aquatic organisms, including damming of rivers, river regulation, habitat loss and alteration, human-assisted dispersal of organisms and climate c ...