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Meta-analysis: trophic level, habitat, and productivity shape the food web effects of resource subsidies.
Studies of the effects of cross-habitat resource subsidies have been a feature of food web ecology over the past decade. To date, most studies have focused on demonstrating the magnitude of a subsidyExpand
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Ecological linkages between headwaters and downstream ecosystems: Transport of organic matter, invertebrates, and wood down headwater channels
Headwater streams make up a large proportion of the total length and watershed area of fluvial networks, and are partially characterized by the large volume of organic matter (large wood, detritus,Expand
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Responses of periphyton and insects to experimental manipulation of riparian buffer width along forest streams
Summary 1. Riparian trees regulate aquatic ecosystem processes, such as inputs of light, organic matter and nutrients, that can be altered dramatically when these trees are harvested. RiparianExpand
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Ecological neighborhoods: scaling environmental patterns
In this paper we review, develop, and differentiate among concepts associated with environmental patterning (patch, division, and heterogeneity), spatial and temporal scales of ecological processesExpand
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A synthesis of the ecology of headwater streams and their riparian zones in temperate forests
Headwater streams and their riparian areas, i.e., headwater systems, differ from larger streams in a number of fundamental ways that shape their characteristic biological communities. We focus onExpand
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Validity of Self-Reported Height, Weight, and Body Mass Index: Findings from the National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, 2001-2006
Introduction Our study extends previous studies that have evaluated the level of bias in self-reported height and weight and corresponding body mass index (BMI). Results are evaluated by age, sex,Expand
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Riparian communities associated with Pacific Northwest headwater streams: assemblages, processes, and uniqueness
Riparian areas of large streams provide important habitat to many species and control many instream processes - but is the same true for the margins of small streams? This review considers riparianExpand
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Does trophic position of the omnivorous signal crayfish (Pacifastacus leniusculus) in a stream food web vary with life history stage or density
Food mixing behavior of omnivorous consumers can be difficult to predict. We undertook an enclosure ex- periment to explore the effects of ontogenetic stage and density on food choices of theExpand
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Macroinvertebrate community structure along gradients of hydraulic and sedimentary conditions in a large gravel-bed river
SUMMARY 1. The spatial distribution of macroinvertebrate species was examined in relation to hydraulic and sedimentary conditions in a large gravel-bed river, the Fraser River, Canada. Mean annualExpand
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