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Fluvial network organization imprints on microbial co-occurrence networks
Significance Microbial communities orchestrate most biogeochemical processes on Earth. In streams and rivers, surface-attached and matrix-enclosed biofilms dominate microbial life. Despite theExpand
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Improving the theoretical underpinnings of process-based hydrologic models
We propose a model-based community synthesis effort to reframe, integrate, and evaluate different explanations of hydrologic behavior, and provide a controlled avenue to find where understanding falls short. Expand
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Satellite nighttime lights reveal increasing human exposure to floods worldwide
River floods claim thousands of lives every year, but effective and high-resolution methods to map human exposure to floods at the global scale are still lacking. We use satellite nightlight data toExpand
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Human‐impacted waters: New perspectives from global high‐resolution monitoring
The human presence close to streams and rivers is known to have consistently increased worldwide, therefore introducing dramatic anthropogenic and environmental changes. However, a spatiotemporalExpand
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Detection of trends in magnitude and frequency of flood peaks across Europe
ABSTRACT This study analyses the differences in significant trends in magnitude and frequency of floods detected in annual maximum flood (AMF) and peak over threshold (POT) flood peak series, for theExpand
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Hydrologic controls on basin‐scale distribution of benthic invertebrates
Streamflow variability is a major determinant of basin-scale distributions of benthic invertebrates. Here we present a novel procedure based on a probabilistic approach aiming at a spatially explicitExpand
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Adaptation of water resources systems to changing society and environment: a statement by the International Association of Hydrological Sciences
ABSTRACT We explore how to address the challenges of adaptation of water resources systems under changing conditions by supporting flexible, resilient and low-regret solutions, coupled with on-goingExpand
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Hydrologic Variability Affects Invertebrate Grazing on Phototrophic Biofilms in Stream Microcosms
The temporal variability of streamflow is known to be a key feature structuring and controlling fluvial ecological communities and ecosystem processes. Although alterations of streamflow regime dueExpand
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Virtual laboratories: new opportunities for collaborative water science
Reproducibility and repeatability of experiments are the fundamental prerequisites that allow researchers to validate results and share hydrological knowledge, experi- ence and expertise in the light of global water management problems. Expand
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Human pressure on rivers is increasing worldwide and threatens water security
Water security problems are becoming more and more challenging worldwide for several reasons, including population growth, urbanization, land-use change, unsustainable water use and climate change.Expand
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