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THERMODYNAMIC CONSTRAINTS ON NITROGEN TRANSFORMATIONS AND OTHER BIOGEOCHEMICAL PROCESSES AT SOIL-STREAM INTERFACES
There is much interest in biogeochemical processes that occur at the interface between soils and streams since, at the scale of landscapes, these habitats may function as control points for fluxes ofExpand
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Using natural strontium isotopic signatures as fish markers: methodology and application
To distinguish Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar) populations in tributaries of the Connecticut River, we studied the incorporation and stability of Sr isotopes in juvenile salmon. We established theExpand
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THERMODYNAMIC CONSTRAINTS ON NITROGENTRANSFORMATIONS AND OTHER BIOGEOCHEMICALPROCESSES AT SOIL–STREAM INTERFACES
There is much interest in biogeochemical processes that occur at the interface between soils and streams since, at the scale of landscapes, these habitats may function as control points for fluxes ofExpand
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Reconstructing the lives of fish using Sr isotopes in otoliths
For many species, understanding the processes underlying variation in life history strategies is limited by the difficulty of tracking individuals throughout their lives. Within the rapidly expandingExpand
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15N enrichment in agricultural catchments: field patterns and applications to tracking Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar)
Abstract Nitrogen isotopes were used to study the source of nitrate and its uptake into the food web of a northeastern river in Vermont, USA. In six tributaries of the White River (Vermont) nitrateExpand
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Natural isotope markers in salmon
To optimize conservation and restoration strategies for fish stocks it is important to identify the rearing habitats that produce the most successful individuals. However, tracking millions ofExpand
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Riparian forest buffers mitigate the effects of deforestation on fish assemblages in tropical headwater streams.
Riparian forest buffers may play a critical role in moderating the impacts of deforestation on tropical stream ecosystems, but very few studies have examined the ecological effects of riparianExpand
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Relationships between deforestation, riparian forest buffers and benthic macroinvertebrates in neotropical headwater streams
SUMMARY 1. Few studies have evaluated the effectiveness of riparian buffers in the tropics, despite their potential to reduce the impacts of deforestation on stream communities. We examinedExpand
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Comparing naturally occurring stable isotopes of nitrogen, carbon, and strontium as markers for the rearing locations of Atlantic salmon (Salmo salar)
We compared the success of using naturally occurring stable isotopes of N, C, and Sr as markers for the rearing locations of juvenile salmon. We analyzed the isotopic signatures (δ 15 Na ndδ 13 C inExpand
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Effects of shoreline development on the nearshore environment in large deep oligotrophic lakes
SUMMARY 1. In large deep oligotrophic lakes, the shallow nearshore waters may provide the most important habitat for animals to feed and breed, and it is this area of the lake where humans are mostExpand
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