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- McDowell, William G., et al. Show all 2 Author
- Freshwater biology 2019 v.64 no.3 pp. 577-586
- Corbicula fluminea; bedrock; biomass; clams; data collection; ecological function; filtration; freshwater; gravel; habitats; homogenization; indigenous species; invasive species; models; mussels; piedmont; rivers; summer; watersheds; Georgia
- ... Many communities are shifting composition, with losses of native species and increases of non‐indigenous species (NIS). At its extreme, such alteration of ecological guilds can result in simplification with a single NIS performing an ecological role once carried out by a suite of natives. This alteration has occurred in many rivers of the south‐eastern U.S.A., where the invasive filter‐feeding fre ...
- McDowell, William G., et al. Show all 4 Authors
- Ecological applications 2019 v.29 no.2 pp. e01839
- Bacillariophyceae; bedrock; biogeochemistry; coastal water; dissolved organic carbon; dissolved organic nitrogen; ecology; forested watersheds; ions; nutrients; phosphorus; rivers; sewage systems; silica; silicon; stoichiometry; streams; surface water; urban areas; urbanization; wildland; Puerto Rico
- ... Nutrient inputs to surface waters are particularly varied in urban areas, due to multiple nutrient sources and complex hydrologic pathways. Because of their close proximity to coastal waters, nutrient delivery from many urban areas can have profound impacts on coastal ecology. Relatively little is known about the temporal and spatial variability in stoichiometry of inorganic nutrients such as diss ...