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Phragmites australis and silica cycling in tidal wetlands
Tidal marshes have recently been shown to be important biogenic Si recycling surfaces at the land-sea interface. The role of vegetation in this recycling process has not yet been quantified. In situExpand
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Global and Regional Patterns in Riverine Fish Species Richness: A Review
We integrate the respective role of global and regional factors driving riverine fish species richness patterns, to develop a synthetic model of potential mechanisms and processes generating theseExpand
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The impact of land use and spatial mediated processes on the water quality in a river system.
River systems are highly complex, hierarchical and patchy systems which are greatly influenced by both catchment surroundings and in-stream processes. Natural and anthropogenic land uses andExpand
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Detecting ecosystem service trade-offs and synergies: A practice-oriented application in four industrialized estuaries
Abstract Estuaries connect terrestrial and marine biomes. Their ecological functioning is essential for marine matter fluxes, while their central economic role as transport hubs persists throughoutExpand
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A scenario for impacts of water availability loss due to climate change on riverine fish extinction rates
1. Current models estimating impact of habitat loss on biodiversity in the face of global climate change usually project only percentages of species committed to extinction' on an uncertainExpand
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A new technique for tidal habitat restoration: Evaluation of its hydrological potentials
The inability to create an adequate tidal regime in embanked areas is a major problem for restoring estuarine habitats. The controlled reduced tide system (CRT) was previously hypothesized toExpand
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A global database on freshwater fish species occurrence in drainage basins
A growing interest is devoted to global-scale approaches in ecology and evolution that examine patterns and determinants of species diversity and the threats resulting from global change. TheseExpand
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Non-native species led to marked shifts in functional diversity of the world freshwater fish faunas.
Global spread of non-native species profoundly changed the world biodiversity patterns, but how it translates into functional changes remains unanswered at the world scale. We here show that while inExpand
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Patterns and processes of global riverine fish endemism
Aim  To explore global patterns of riverine fish endemism by applying an island biogeography framework to river drainage basins and highlight evolutionary mechanisms producing two kinds of endemism:Expand
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Restoration of tidal freshwater vegetation using controlled reduced tide (CRT) along the Schelde Estuary (Belgium)
Abstract Throughout the world, tidal marshes are being restored to obtain natural protection against recurring storm surges and sea level rise and to preserve the resources these habitats provide.Expand
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