Direct and Terrestrial Vegetation-mediated Effects of Environmental Change on Aquatic Ecosystem Processes


Global environmental changes have direct effects on aquatic ecosystems, as well as indirect effects through alterations of adjacent terrestrial ecosystem structure and functioning. For example, shifts in terrestrial vegetation communities resulting from global changes can affect the quantity and quality of water, organic matter, and nutrient inputs to… (More)

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