Teresa M. Carroll

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We examined the potential importance of distance from the spring source (reach), season, and physicochemical variability on zoobenthic biodiversity, biomass, and trait-based metrics [functional feeding groups (FFG) and habit traits] in three karst spring systems in the Ozarks region of Missouri, USA. Density and biomass were measured during summer and(More)
Trophic dynamics and the relative importance of allochthonous versus autochthonous production in supporting invertebrate consumers have been studied from headwaters to large rivers but rarely in springs. Our goals were to examine spatial and temporal invertebrate feeding pathways in three U.S. karst springs differing in canopy coverage and type (coniferous,(More)
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